Start the 2018 Fall term off right with a free fitness orientation at the Student Rec Center! If you have never been to the Rec Center or need a refresher on equipment, exercises, and classes offered, this is the perfect chance to learn! We have six opportunities during week 1. Please use the link below to register for a date and time. All orientations will meet in the lobby of the Student Recreation Center.
Monday (9/24) , Tuesday (9/25), Wednesday (9/26) at 3:00pm and again at 5:30pm.
For first-year or transfer students, navigating the university, adjusting to a new life-style, and taking on more responsibility can feel overwhelming. Gain strategies for navigating college life. This is a drop-in workshop and is free and open to UO students, faculty, and staff.
Need a fun & flexible on-campus job?! Intramural Sports is hiring! Fall term we will be hiring sport officials for our flag football, indoor soccer, and volleyball leagues. Officials make $10.95. All training will be provided, prior sport knowledge is a great, but not reuqired! Attend the interest meeting and meet Intramural staff and learn more about the posotion and perks of working with PE & REC!
Learn how to identify stress and anxiety triggers and work on personalized management techniques. All students are welcome to drop in.
Come for the weiner roast and s'mores and stay for the epic adventures!
First-year students can use this opportunity to sign for trips like Paddling Clear Clake, Coastal Hikes and Tidepools, Waterfall hikes on the McKenzie River trail, trekking up Tidbit Mtn. or the North Sister, biking around the Eugene River Path, and SO MUCH MORE!
We will be getting together and celebrating the start of the year with you from 5pm to 7pm at the Outdoor Program Barn. Costs for trips will be anywhere from $5-$40.
Oregon Ducks Hockey opens their 2018-19 season with an exhibition game against their Eugene area rivals, the Eugene Generals. Come see the top hockey teams in the city face off for another battle for Eugene. Tickets are available at the door, $5 for students and $10 for General Admission (Cash Only)
It has been proposed that kindness is one of the basic human instincts. Research shows that increased kindness leads to greater happiness, better health, longer life and stronger relationships. Professor Carnine’s experience mentoring maximum-security prisoners in Buddhist meditation led him to the development of “mindful kindness” as a spiritual practice. This seminar teaches mindfulness as a way of cultivating kindness and diminishing unkindness toward oneself and others.
Fee includes book (How Love Wins: The Power of Mindful Kindness) and lunch.
Head over to the Craft Center for a special night of creating and customizing a chalk bag! Instructors will provide step by step guidance for participants to make their own custom, fully functional chalk bags from scratch. All materials provided. No experience required.
Open to current UO students.
Welcome all climbers and crafters!
Join the craft center to learn how to make your own chalk bag for climbing around Oregon or beyond. Acquire some basic sewing skills and learn a simple, useful pattern. All materials provided. No experience required.
Class Day and Time: Monday 3:00-6:00
Student Price $20.00
Non Student Price $25.00
Register here: https://craftcenter.uoregon.edu/workshops/fiber-arts-term-specials/3128