• There are no longer kiosks in the SU courtyard!

    Out with the Old | In with the New

    There are no longer kiosks in the SU courtyard! The Stevenson Union is preparing for the next big thing  - a digital kiosk with a soon-to-be-determined launch date.  We will update the SOU Community as to the status of the SU digital display installation as information becomes available. All stakeholders with reservations for Fall Quarter will have display space in the ASSOU windows. If you are interested in having a poster in the ASSOU window, please contact spc@sou.edu for more information. Thank you for your patience while we upgrade the display with a more sustainable, attractive, and efficient system. Questions? Contact spc@sou.edu Photo: Facilities

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  • Community Meal Plans are Live!

    Community Meal Plans are Live!

    The 2019-2020 Community Meal Plans are open for purchase! You may be asking yourself, what is a Community Meal Plan? Well, they are an option for faculty, staff, the public, & students who don’t live on campus! Depending on which meal plan that you select, they include options with meals, raider cash, & the raider cup. Meals are only valid for use at The Hawk, which is our campus “all you care to eat” facility. Raider cash can be used at any of our other locations, including The Landing, Elmo’s, Einstein’s, & Southern Grounds. The Raider Cup is given to

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  • Stevenson Union Updates

    Stevenson Union Updates

    Several campus departments in the Stevenson Union will be relocating throughout the building over the coming months. Copy and paste this  link   to see a map of the SU and information about the specific moves.  ASSOU, OSPIRG, EP!C Events, the Mentor Program, and clubs and student organizations will share an open lounge space to promote student involvement on the main floor of the SU.  Career Services has joined the Student Life team to further student development and leadership.  Three of the Resource Centers (Multicultural, Women’s, and Queer) will come together in a shared space to execute a vision of collaboratively

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  • WANTED: Program Proposals! 

    WANTED: Program Proposals! 

    Submit a Program Proposal for the OWHE Annual Conference 2020! The 40th Annual OWHE Conference will take place January 31-February 1, 2020 at Salishan Resort on the Oregon Coast, and the call for program proposals is open now through September 3rd! Do you have something you’d like to share with higher education professionals across Oregon? Submit a proposal here: https://www.owhe.org/call-proposals. The Education Committee will use the following metrics to review and rate all proposals: RELEVANCE - Content aligns with OWHE’s vision, mission, and values OUTCOMES - Stated outcomes are clear and provide participants with specific takeaways SCOPE - The session is applicable to

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  • Be a Part of the, “I am the First...” Campaign

    Be a Part of the, “I am the First...” Campaign

    The term “first generation” may seem to be the newest buzzword in higher education, yet it has been active as early as 1965 with the signing of the Higher Education Act. Despite early beginnings, first generation college enrollment continues to increase despite tuition and cost. However, first generation students often face many educational barriers in their pursuit in obtaining a bachelor’s degree, money being the leading barrier.  54% of first generation students report they could not afford to continue going to school as a reason for leaving college. Success at Southern’s TRiO Student Support Services is bringing awareness to the

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  • Student Documentary Makes Official Selection at Six Film Festivals

    Student Documentary Makes Official Selection at Six Film Festivals

    Graduate student and veteran Army Ranger, Paul Kirby, was notified his documentary short - Lodestar- has been officially selected for no less than six film festivals.  His documentary focuses on coastal access as an under-utilized intervention for mental health issues. A topical issue, as HR-2435 ‘Accelerating Veterans Recovery Outdoors Act’ is currently under consideration in congress. If the bill passes, it will help increase access to natural and wilderness areas for the purpose of veterans healing after the trauma of combat.  “Oregon is unique”, said Paul, “in that it is the only state other than Hawaii that has unrestricted public access

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  • Announcing New Supersized Service

    Announcing New Supersized Service

    We’re pleased to announce that the printing options with Print & Copy have gotten even bigger – literally. We’ve added LARGE FORMAT Printing Services. With the addition of an Epson SureColor 64” roll-to-roll printer, oversized posters, banners, signs, and more can be printed right here at Print & Copy. All with incredible color accuracy, resolution and speed!! Visit printcopy.sou.edu and look for the new LARGE FORMAT icon to see what we have to offer. We’ll be continually adding more paper and substrate options as well. We’d love for you to come down to the shop and see it in action. We’re

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  • Peaches

    FRESH LOCAL PEACHES!!!! Come & Get Them at the Student Food Pantry

    Right Now we have an abundance of PEACHES to enjoy as-is or in your favorite recipe! Although the main campus may be closed (for the most part), the Student Food Pantry is still available for use and for receiving donations. We have an ample supply of food for Raiders in need. You do not need to be taking Summer courses to access the Student Food Pantry. As long as you are returning for the next academic year, you are more than welcome to use this resource. The Pantry is open by appointment only. Contact: Kay Swader at swaderd@sou.edu to set up an appointment.

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  • Introducing NoonRec at the SRC

    Introducing NoonRec at the SRC

    SOU Campus Recreation is excited to announce the beginning of NoonRec for faculty and staff! What is NoonRec? It's open intramural play from 12pm - 1pm on Wednesdays at the Student Recreation Center. Sometimes it's structured and sometimes you can choose what to play, it's always fun, and it's FREE (no membership required)! So, come down and join pickup basketball, grab your coworkers and form a volleyball team, or learn a new activity. If team sports aren't your thing, our indoor track will also be open - watch the action in the gym below while you walk or run.  Here are the

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  • Backpack Ecuador with the Outdoor Program!

    Backpack Ecuador with the Outdoor Program!

    This three-week trip will start in the small town of Cosanga, Ecuador. Located in the cloud forest of the Oriental region, Cosanga is home to the foundation Sustainable Roots. During our week here, we will work on a collection of community projects (mingas), learn about sustainable permaculture practices and lead the local youth on adventure activities with the oversight of Sustainable Roots. Week two will be spent on the world-renowned El Condor Trek, that spans the distance between Cotopaxi and Antisana, two of the largest volcanoes in the Andean range of Ecuador. To wrap up the experience, a three-day trip

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