Important Notices

PubCom’s Email Signature Recommendations

It’s the start of a brand-new academic year: the smell of pumpkin spice lattes is in the air, leaves are changing to vibrant fall colors … and it just so happens to be the best time to review and update your email signature.

Dynamics of Violence Open Sessions

Staff and faculty from CAS, Graduate, and Law campuses are encouraged to attend an open Dynamics of Violence education session this fall!

Honoring Mark Duntley’s Many Years of Service

Rev. Dr. Mark Duntley retired as the Dean of Spiritual Life after nearly 32 years of service. Will you join us in celebrating Mark’s contributions to Lewis & Clark? There are three ways to honor him.

Call for Submissions: The Bark Delivers Your Messages to Students!

Call for submissions: The Bark is a one-stop shop for any announcement or event applicable to the whole student body!

TriMet Bus 39 Discontinues Graduate School Stop

Tri-Met announced change to bus line 39.

Sustainability Council Seeks New Members

Sustainability Council seeks faculty, staff, and student volunteers.

Join the LC Bike Posse’s Weekly (Tuesday) Ride to Campus

The Lewis & Clark Bike Posse is an informal group of LC faculty, staff, and students who meet in Sellwood once a week (or more) to ride to campus together at a leisurely pace via Riverview Cemetery.

Fall Semester Food Service Hours

Looking for food on campus?

2021 Fall Semester Parking Information

Please look over the following information related to parking and commuting to campus. We expect to be at full capacity during peak hours and encourage drivers to arrive early and budget additional time for parking. Parking permits will be required for all vehicles parked on campus beginning Wednesday, September 1.

Please reach out to parking@lclark if you have any questions around parking or commuting.

Environmental Law offers Master of Studies in Law Online Fall 2021

The Master of Studies (MSL) degree in Environmental Law, for non-lawyers, is now offered online.

Community Accountability Council

In Fall 2021, the Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities will be adding a residential student conduct board into our informal Agreed Resolution process. This is being done with the intention of bringing more restorative practices into our adjudication process by helping our community members see the impact their actions have on the community around them. To do this, we need student voices at the table.