Return to Campus
The University of Oregon plans to return to mostly in-person classes and experiences this fall. Encouraging news about vaccines supply and distributions means we can carefully plan to welcome you safely back for more on-campus instruction and activities.
COVID-19 isn’t going away, so campus life won’t be like it was before the pandemic. We still need to take precautions and take care of each other. We are preparing classrooms, residence halls, libraries, the rec center and more to safely welcome you to the UO this September.
A Bright Future
How to Visit CampusWhile we can’t currently offer in-person tours we have put together many ways for people to visit campus safely from home. Explore campus on UO360, sign up for a 1:1 Zoom meeting, or watch a playlist of videos on YouTube.
COVID-19 in OregonThe Oregon Health Authority is coordinating with state and local officials to provide support guidance and reporting on our COVID-19 status. You can learn more about our current status and what the state is doing on their website.
Message from UO PresidentUO President Mike Schill announced the UO is planning to return to mostly in-person education for fall term. Faculty and Staff are working on many details to ensure the safety of our students, faculty, and staff.
COVID-19 Safety on Campus
We all have a role in protecting the health and safety of the UO community. Learn about our prevention efforts, our robust testing and tracing programs, all the safety requirement and answers to frequently asked questions.
Questions or Concerns?
The university, in partnership with state and local health officials, is in the process of planning for fall term. We know you have lots of questions as you make plans and decisions about the fall. We will be sending out more information as we get closer to the fall.
In the meantime, we have a team collecting questions through our web form to help us make sure we are answering your questions in our future communications about fall. You can also connect with our admissions counselors and housing representatives if you have questions about becoming a Duck.