As a university community, we are dedicated to continuing to support your journey to earning a degree wherever you are learning this term. There will be bumps along the way, but our faculty and staff are committed to helping you achieve success in your studies, scholarship, and career preparation. We encourage you to engage with remote and in-person opportunities outside the classroom. Please reach out to a campus office if we can support you in any way.
There are many resources available to help you be successful in your studies this term. While we know this term is different, these resources below will help you in with your classes—remote or in person. Additional resources for academic and technical support are listed further down on this page. If you have specific questions about how a class will work, please contact the instructor.
If you would like to report a concern about a remote course, email email@example.com.
Most offices will offer remote and in-person support. From academic advisors to tutoring services, you can now connect with academic support services over the phone, chat, or video call. Some services may be limited or modified from their typical schedule. If you do not see information about a particular academic service you normally use, contact that office directly. You can also download and use the Navigate App to schedule appointments with many of these offices and others at the university.
Many students are dealing with financial disruptions related to COVID-19. If you are in a financial crisis that may negatively impact your academics, you may apply to receive financial support from the Students in Crisis Fund. The University of Oregon received funds through the Federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act to allocate to students who have incurred expenses related to disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Students can fill out applications for either of these funds at the links below. The Financial Wellness Center also offers a number of resources for money management.
As a UO student, you have free access to all of Microsoft 365. From Teams to Word to OneDrive, all of the office programs are available for you to use.
All UO students now have access to basic Zoom videoconferencing accounts. Learn how to start using Zoom and join your instructors and peers on video calls.
Loaner Laptops and Webcams
Information Services has Chromebooks and webcams available to loan to UO students for their remote classes. Fill out the form below and a staff member will follow up with you.
Have a question about using a remote program or need tech help? Contact the UO's Technology Service Desk for assistance at the link below to get support.
All UO students now have access to Dropbox cloud storage accounts in addition to OneDrive cloud storage through Office 365. Learn how to set up your UO Dropbox account.
There are lots of ways to stay connected and involved with your friends and classmates. Our staff has developed a number of remote opportunities for you, including a few listed below. Check your weekly Quick Quack emails for more involvement opportunities each week. We will list which options are offered in-person, remote, or both.
Managing Your Stress
This may be a stressful time for some, and there are many ways to cope. The Duck Nest provides resources to help manage any stress you may be feeling. Explore their website for options and resources.
Looking for help, but don't know where to start? We've compiled a list of offices available to support you and help answer your questions. Many campus services are also providing remote appointments for students over the phone, video calls, text, and chat services.