Be a Part of the University of Oregon's COVID-19 Recovery Efforts
The University of Oregon responded to the threat of COVID-19 by coming together like never before. We were able to take steps to protect the UO community’s health and safety while upholding our commitment to student success thanks to the support of our Duck family.
The COVID-19 pandemic presents a once in a generation challenge. The University of Oregon is leading the way in research and recovery—from expanding testing, to examining the future of how we design buildings, to delving into how these unprecedented events are impacting families. Through it all, we remain committed to the success and safety of our students.
As the university begins preparations for a possible return to in-person instruction for fall term 2020, we are turning our attention to the long-term recovery of our community—and toward the contributions we can make to other communities recovering from COVID-19 across the nation and around the world.
We hope to have you as a partner in these efforts. We have never faced something like this before—but with your help, we will meet the challenges ahead and emerge stronger. Because when Ducks flock together, there is nothing we cannot do.
Be a part of the UO community's COVID-19 recovery efforts by making a gift to one of the areas below:
Athletics: Help senior student-athletes whose spring season was cut short come back to claim their extended NCAA eligibility in 2021.
Built Environments: Invest in research on coronavirus's prevalence in built spaces and expand environmental testing to help officials keep the public safe.
Center for Autism: Fund our transition to a telehealth model so that we can continue reaching families with children who need extra support.
COVID-19 Testing: Support UO's COVID-19 Monitoring and Assessment Program to keep our campus community safe through onsite testing and contact tracing.
RAPID-EC: Help families with young children access the resources they need to recover from the pandemic by improving policy makers' understanding of their needs.
Scholarships: UO scholarship programs need your support now more than ever as students and their families grapple with the economic fallout of the COVID-19 crisis.