President's Updates

Welcome to the Class of 2024

09/25/2020 • President Michael H. Schill welcomes the University of Oregon Class of 2024 to the start of their academic journey at the UO.

Resumption of athletic competition

09/24/2020 • President Michael H. Schill sent a message to the university community regarding the Pac-12 universities' vote to resume some collegiate athletic programs — specifically football, men’s and women’s basketball, and other winter sports.

UO Today with Michael Schill

09/22/2020 • Michael Schill, President of the University of Oregon, discusses some of the challenges the university has faced this year during a UO Today interview.

Gratitude and pride for UO's resilience in the face of adversity

09/14/2020 • President Michael H. Schill sent the following message to the campus community.

Support and concern for those impacted by wildfires

09/10/2020 • Like many of you, I have been horrified watching the news coverage of the wildfires ravaging Lane County, parts of Oregon, and other locations up and down the West Coast.

Nicole Commissiong named chief civil rights officer and Title IX coordinator

09/01/2020 • September 1, 2020Dear University of Oregon community,It is my pleasure to announce that we have selected Nicole Commissiong, assistant dean for student affairs at the UO School of Law, as the next associate vice president, chief civil rights officer, and Title IX Coordinator.

Invitation to students to fall term update virtual town hall

09/01/2020 • President Michael H. Schill sent a message to all UO students inviting them to attend a virtual town hall on September 3, 2020, to provide an update on plans and campus operations for fall term 2020.

UO announces plans for fall 2020

08/26/2020 • As promised, I am writing today to provide you with information about plans for fall operations at the University of Oregon. Let me first hit the headlines and then I will provide more detail.

Postponement of all sport competitions through end of calendar year

08/13/2020 • As you have no doubt heard, the Pac-12 Conference has decided to postpone all fall athletic competition for the remainder of the calendar year. While it was a difficult decision to make, it is the right decision, one supported by Athletic Director Rob Mullens, guided by science, and a deep commitment to the health and welfare of our student-athletes.

Preparing for fall term

08/10/2020 • While an on-campus experience is the goal, it is important to recognize that we do not control the coronavirus. Due to continually changing events we will almost certainly have to make some changes to our plans before the start of the term.