Where to Get Help and Additional Information

Undergraduate Education Committee

For instructors

The department chair, the Teaching Effectiveness Program (tep.uoregon.edu; 346-2184; 68 PLC), and colleagues can offer very useful advice on teaching techniques, materials, and methods. Also see the faculty handbook.

For students

Instructors, TAs, and Academic Learning Services (356-2184; 68 PLC) can be counted on for guidance on how best to learn; the Writing Center (at the Academic Learning Services) can be a very helpful resource for all sorts of written assignments.

To remedy complaints, first contact the instructor. If you feel this does not result in a satisfactory solution you are encouraged to consult with the head undergraduate advisor and/or department chair if necessary.

Academic Honesty

UO web site regarding academic honesty at: www.uoregon.edu/~conduct/
Because some students are not entirely sure what counts as academic dishonesty, we encourage you to read the discussion of plagiarism and other forms of dishonesty at www.uoregon.edu/~conduct/sai.htm.

Students with Disabilities

Disability Services
Voice: 541-346-1155
TTY: 541-346-1083
Email: disabsrvatuoregon [dot] edu
Web: http://ds.uoregon.edu/

Graduate Students

UO's Advice on Faculty-Grad Student Interactions

Guideline Sections:

  1. Introduction and Guidelines Home Page
  2. Mission of the Undergraduate Program
  3. Best Practices for Students
  4. Best Practices for Instructors
  5. Special Student Concerns
  6. Where to Get Help and Additional Information