COVID-19 University Housing Information

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COVID-19 and Other Communicable Disease Information for University Housing Residents

University Housing is committed to providing a high-quality, safe, and supportive home for our students. Congregate living situations, however, inherently involve and increased risk for communicable disease. University Housing works with University Health Services, the University of Oregon, and Lane County Public Health to reduce risk, but you can never reduce the risk to zero.

This page has resources and information that will help you prepare and live a productive life on campus given the reality of the increased risk of communicable disease transmission. As Ducks, you have a lot of power to act responsibly—for your own health and for the health of others in the community.

If you have questions, please email or you can call or text us at 541-346-4277.

(Updated September 2023)

Frequently Asked Questions

COVID-19 Vaccination Information

All residential students must follow the University of Oregon COVID-19 vaccination requirements.

Reduce the Spread: What You Can Do

Stay six feet away from others

Maintain distance (six feet)

Stay home if you are sick

Stay home if you are sick

Wash with soap for 20 seconds

Wash with soap for 20 seconds

Resources and Contacts

UO COVID-19 information page

University Housing: 541-346-4277 (call or text),

University Health Services: 541-346-2770

UO Care Team: 541-346-2292,