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How To Be A Duck!

Thursday, May 31, 9 am
Outside of the EMU (Near the Green)

How To Be A Duck! will be a tabling event outside the EMU near the green for students/faculty to stop by and be part of a video (or a brief written statement) related to tips/tricks on improving the quality of a student's experience at the UO - be it for the best places to study, great food locations nearby, when/where to buy textbooks, etc... For those that participate in the event we will be handing tickets out to trade for a snow-cone (variety of flavors). So stop by, share your...

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Programs Council Meeting (PCM)

Wednesday, May 9, 5 pm
Lillis 182

The spring PCM meeting will take place on May 9th from 5:00 - 6:00 in Lillis 182. Please make sure that one member from your groups is in attendance. The main focus for the meeting will be voting on amendments to the Green Tape Notebook. The agenda, documents used throughout the presentation, survey, and link to the amendments to the Green Tape Notebook are found below. PLEASE MAKE SURE TO LOOK OVER THE AMENDMENTS to the Green Tape Notebook and discuss with your organization if you will...

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ASPAC Meeting Tomorrow (5/2) from 8:30-9:30 A.M (Johnson Hall Conference Room)

Wednesday, May 2, 8:30 am
Johnson Hall Conference Room

Hello! This is a reminder that this ASPAC will be happening tomorrow with the topic being on sexual violence prevention. If you're interested or available feel free to come! If you have any questions on the meeting or specific contents of the agenda, please contact me at asuouniv@uoregon.edu !

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ASUO Vote OR Vote Campaign Kickoff Party

Friday, Apr 6, 5 pm
EMU Coquille Room (EMU 104)

The ASUO’s Vote OR Vote campaign Volunteer Kickoff Party will be Friday, April 6 at 5pm in the ASUO Office! Join us for free pizza, get an overview of our pan to help 4,000 students at UO register to vote or update their voter registration, and find out ways to get involved with this awesome campaign!

 

Andrew Rogers

He/him/his

Campus Organizer at the University of Oregon

Oregon Student Association

Cell: 541-292-3870

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ASUO Internship Program Spring 2018

The ASUO Intern Program consists of a weekly, skill-based workshop taught by an ASUO representative and the OSA Campus Organizer as well as other faculty guests. Interns are required to participate in a minimum of 2 hours per week working hands-on with a mentor from the ASUO on various projects based on your interests and 3 hours per week support the ASUO's civic engagement Get Out The Vote Campaign. The internship was designed to connect and empower up-and-coming...

Updated Bylaw Approval Form

Please submit your updated bylaws to the ASUO Program's Administrator for review and approval. You will receive an email if they are approved or need changes. Once you have received approval, you will upload and save a copy to your organization's OrgSync page.

If you questions, please contact the Program's Admin at asuoprog@uoregon.edu

ASPAC (Associated Students Presidential Advisory Council) Meeting!

Friday, Feb 9, 4 pm
EMU Spruce Room (232)

Hello! 

We will be having the first winter term ASPAC meeting this Friday (Feb 9th, 4-5 PM, EMU Spruce Room (232))! This term's meetings will concern the projected state of tuition and finances at the UO and I invite you to come along! If you have any questions concerning the meeting please feel free to email me at: asuouniv@uoregon.edu

Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Get Out the Vote Phonebank #3

Thursday, Jan 18, 4 pm
106 Friendly

The Oregon Student Association is hosting a phonebank for Ballot Measure 101! We will be calling Oregon voters and reminding them to vote in this special election. Pizza will be provided!

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Get Out the Vote Phonebank #2

Wednesday, Jan 17, 4 pm
307 Volcanology

The Oregon Student Association is hosting a phonebank for Ballot Measure 101! We will be calling Oregon voters and reminding them to vote in this special election. Pizza will be provided. 

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Get Out the Vote Phonebank #1

Tuesday, Jan 16, 4 pm
253 Straub

The Oregon Student Association is hosting a phonebank for Ballot Measure 101! We will be calling Oregon voters and reminding them to vote in this special election. Pizza will be provided. 

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TFAB Tuition Forum

Tuesday, Jan 16, 5 pm
EMU Ballroom

Want to learn more about how your tuition dollars are spent? The ASUO Executive will be hosting a forum with TFAB (Tuition & Fee Advisory Board), an administrative body that makes recommendations to the President & Board of Trustees about tuition. Join us in the EMU Ballroom on 1/16 5-7pm to attend a presentation and discussion about tuition, with students and the decision-makers of this issue. To get a head start, visit this page: https://uoregon.edu/tuition ** Food will be...

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Interested in Making a Change at the UO? Join a Committee!

Hello! With the beginning of every academic year, a lot of really awesome opportunities open up to let you be an integral member of the community at the UO. Some such positions would be the chairs to our various student/administrative committees. These committees are extremely important to the proper functioning of the UO and tackle a variety of issues ranging from student health all the way to environmental issues. If you have an interest in making a very tangible, positive impact on the...

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Manuel Mejia Gonzalez

When do we get to know the results?

Emily Ma

You have been selected as student organization representative for the PFC! Please check your email to start working ASAP.

Student Organization PFC Representative Nomination

This SO representative for PFC is a very important role that advocates for the needs of student organizations in the budget process. You can nominate someone you think would be great in the role or you can nominate yourself. The person who takes on this role must:

Be an active member of a student organization (attends regular meetings or is part of the leadership of the organization) Be willing to work on a committee that meets for weekly meetings, works long hours during the end...

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