Campus Messages

04/05/2021 • President Michael Schill and Title IX Coordinator & Chief Civil Rights Officer Nicole Commissiong shared a message with the campus reaffirming the university's commitment to creating a community free of sexual assault and violence of any kind.
03/17/2021 • President Schill and Provost Phillips shared a message with the university community condemning the recent murders and acts of violence and discrimination against people of Asian and Asian-American descent.
03/01/2021 • President Michael H. Schill sent a message to the university community about higher education being included in Phase 1B of Oregon's COVID-19 vaccine distribution and confirmed that the university will return to predominantly in-person education in fall 2021.
02/15/2021 • President Michael Schill invited the UO community to provide feedback on the Tuition and Fee Advisory Board's (TFAB) recommendation for 2021-2022 tuition and fees.
02/09/2021 • President Michael H. Schill announced that Kyle Henley will be departing UO to become the senior vice president for communication at the University of Southern California, and Jennifer Lindsey will serve in the interim while a national search is launched.
01/19/2021 • President Michael H. Schill sent a message to the university community to share information about spring term instruction, UO's support of public efforts to provide access to vaccines, and planning for fall term.
01/06/2021 • President Michael H. Schill shared the following statement with the university community regarding the violence taking place in Washington D.C. and cities throughout the United States.
01/04/2021 • University of Oregon President Michael H. Schill reflects on the past year and provides insight into the coming weeks and months of winter term and 2021.
11/23/2020 • President Michael H. Schill sent an Open Mike to campus expressing gratitude for the university's perseverance through the COVID-19 pandemic and optimism for what the future holds for the UO.
11/09/2020 • President Michael H. Schill sent a message to the university community announcing a number of reforms to the UO Police Department including reducing the number of armed officers and increasing the number of unarmed community service officers.