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Living on-campus this fall? OPB wants to hear from you

Oregon’s public universities are preparing for a return to primarily in-person learning when fall term starts later this month. As such, many students are preparing to move into campus residence halls.

Although all of Oregon’s public universities are requiring COVID-19 vaccinations, or valid exemptions, for on-campus students and employees — coronavirus cases in Oregon continue to surge. One of the state’s universities — Southern Oregon in Ashland — has responded to the latest pandemic trends by delaying the start of in-person school for the first few weeks of fall term.

OPB wants to hear from college students, or their parents, about fall term move-in. What are your concerns about on-campus living? Likewise, what are you excited about?

Please fill out this Google form, or you can email us at questions@opb.org.

Your responses could be used in a future OPB story, or we may reach out to you for more information.

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