This term is different from any that has come before, and we know you have questions and will require additional support. Here’s a list of UO and SOJC quick links to help you get the information and assistance you need.
Coronavirus and Campus Safety
UO COVID-19 Resources: Learn the latest about how the university is approaching the pandemic, including health and safety measures on campus.
Residence Hall Move-In Updates: Due to the air quality in some of the residence halls from the wildfire smoke, the university is making adjustments to the move-in times and dates for some students in Earl, Hamilton, and Walton to protect the health of all students and staff.
COVID-19 Testing: All students moving into the residence halls will be tested for COVID-19 before moving on campus. This testing is free for residence hall students, and a negative result will be required before they can move into their rooms. Students received an email explaining how to sign up for a testing date and time and a subsequent move-in time on the following day.
Allen Hall Guidelines for Students: Find out what to expect when you arrive on campus, including building access, reserving computer labs and production spaces, and checking out equipment.
University Health Services: UO students can use the myUOHealth online portal to confidentially schedule appointments, manage immunization records, view education materials, register insurance, and more. Before coming in to the center in person, please call the nurse advice line 541-346-2770.
Financial and Other Assistance
UO Wildfire Resources: For those impacted by the fires, find information and resources for aid.
UO Caregiver Resources: The university recently launched two networks—the Care Provider Network and the Shared Care Network—to help faculty, staff, and students meet caregiving needs while balancing school and work responsibilities.
Federal Emergency CARES Act Grant: The UO received more than $8 million from the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act to provide financial support to students impacted by a disruption in campus operations due to the coronavirus. This includes expenses for medical, food, housing, utility, technology, relocation to return home, childcare, course materials, and more.
Students in Crisis Fund: If you don’t qualify for aid from the CARES Act but are experiencing a financial crisis that may negatively impact your academics, you may be eligible to receive financial support from the UO Students in Crisis Fund.
Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships: Many grants, loans, work-study, and scholarships are available to help UO students pay for college and living expenses.
Remote Learning and Academic Assistance
Remote Learning Resources: The university offers a number of resources to make the most of remote learning, including academic support free access to technology like Zoom, Canvas, and Microsoft Office 365.
Temporary Academic Rule Changes: The UO has made temporary changes that allow more flexibility and offer additional options to students while we all navigate a quickly shifting situation. Students are encouraged to seek advising support for questions about these changes and for help making decisions.
SOJC Undergraduate Student Services: The SOJC Student Services Center is a one-stop, integrated career and academic advising office for current and prospective undergraduate SOJC students. Advisors offer virtual drop-in hours and appointments.
SOJC Graduate Student Services: Graduate students at our Eugene and Portland campuses can get answers to their academic questions and help with
SOJC Career Services: SOJC Student Services can help you with career research, finding an internship or job, resume review/critique, drafting a cover letter, and interview preparation. They offer one-on-one career appointments, career workshops, a career planning class, and career-related events.
SOJC Writing Central: Peer coaches will be available remotely to help with your writing assignments during the term.
Accessible Education Center: The UO’s AEC works to create and sustain physical, curricular, and informational environments informed by and responsive to the diverse characteristics and experiences of students with disabilities and variations of ability. It offers workshops and consultations with a focus on student access and engagement, universal/inclusive design initiatives, and technology access and usability.
Duck Nest: This UO program helps students develop self-care and life-balance strategies related to stress, nutrition, physical activity, and general wellness in eight areas: physical, emotional, social, intellectual, spiritual, financial, environmental, and occupational. During fall term, programming will be on-demand and available for streaming.
Undergraduate OneStop: This UO resource page offers 24-hour access to help with undergraduate registration and classes, advising and academic support, financial aid and billing, housing and dining, wellness and safety, equity and diversity support, campus life, and career advice.
Graduate OneStop: This UO resource page offers 24-hour access to graduate help with academic and research resources, funding and financial aid, registration and classes, costs and billing, housing and dining, wellness and safety, campus life, and diversity and family resources.
SOJC Student Groups: Many SOJC and UO student organizations have pivoted toward remote opportunities to engage with each other in these trying times. Follow the SOJC on Instagram and Twitter for the latest information about how to get involved with student groups.
Antiracism Resources: The SOJC is committed to elevating the voices and opportunities of our BIPOC students, faculty, and staff. To help students navigate campus life and their careers, we’ve curated a number of on- and off-campus diversity, equity, inclusion, and antiracism resources.