A Community for Everyone
It is critical that each of us actively work to care for each other. There are many resources for students on campus and we encourage you to reach out for any support you may need. We encourage everyone to listen and talk with one another and to have empathy and care for all members of the Duck community. Every person deserves respect, safety and support.
Experience. Connect. Discover.
Your college experience is not just a degree. It is learning to be a leader. It is joining a club. It is stepping out of your comfort zone and seeing the world with a new perspective. The full college experience is defined by the connections and memories that you make outside of the classroom. The Division of Student Life is here to provide you with those opportunities. The path you take as a Duck is up to you, but the services and opportunities will help you along the way.
Define what it means to be a Duck!
I pledge to abide by mutual respect and reject complacency in the presence of fear and hate.
Reset the Code is a pledge to actively uphold our shared values as Ducks—respect, inclusion, and a commitment to stand up for our peers. Now is the time to reset your code. Sign your name and join the movement.
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Parents Leadership Council
As a member of the Parents Leadership Council (PLC), parents help us shape the student experience. The council meets regulary with our vice president for student life to advise campus leadership on critical decisions and issues facing our students. In addition, our PLC members help us encourage family engagment, cultivate philanthropic support for the Division of Student Life, and serve on a team supporting the pillars of the PLC—safety and wellness, leadership, and career development.
Promoting Student Success.
Helen Wilmot and Greg Davidson
Helen and Greg have been PLC members since spring 2015. As members, they serve on taskforces supporting one of the PLC Pillars. Greg serves on the safety and wellness team and Helen on the career development team. We are honored to have their support and time and thank them for their committment.
News & Updates
First-year Evans Scholars take home national academic title
The UO chapter is the newest residential program in the nation
Students can push for higher funding, lower tuition at meeting
Legislators will be in Eugene this Saturday to hear comments on the state budget
EMU carillon chimes again ring out as renovation concludes
The familiar tones were absent for three years while the building was renovated