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Looking toward winter term and a new academic year, EOU continues its commitment to the health and well-being of students and the continuation of their academic progress. EOU is committed to hosting classes in-person and in flexible formats, and provide for a gradual and phased resumption of on-site university activities, in keeping with Oregon Health Authority and local health authorities’ guidelines.
EOU’s distance education students will continue to benefit from the breadth of online classes and degrees offered, with our Regional Outreach and Innovation team providing the stellar services our students have grown accustomed to receiving.
We invite you to review the components of EOU’s resumption plan here on this website. A link to the full plan is at the bottom of this document.
EOU is committed to providing the greatest level of choice and flexibility to support student access, academic progression and success. The following principles serve as the foundation to EOU’s Resumption Plan.
Eastern Oregon University has been engaged with local, regional, statewide, and national resources in preparing to resume operations and engage with students, faculty, and our community. Planning for resuming activities is a complex endeavor. The overarching principle guiding our planning is to maintain the health and safety of our students, faculty and staff, and our community.
EOU’s Resumption Plan includes a number of prevention and response guidance protocols to prevent and limit the spread of the virus while moving ahead to a modified in-person experience for students in winter 2021. Additionally, the plan aligns with Governor Brown’s Executive Order No. 20-28, federal, state and local public health guidelines, and specialized guidelines for student housing and athletics.
These criteria (listed below) are set at the statewide level and are applicable by county:
EOU consults regularly with local authorities to confirm the following components of readiness to resume onsite activity. For both testing and contact tracing, local capacity through Public Health and regional healthcare providers is sufficient to demand in Union County.
Read through the entire Resumption Plan for complete details.
Still have questions? Submit them to the Campus Resumption Team.
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