Campus Organizer:
Marcella Buser, (541) 505-4240‬, [email protected]

Chapter Chair: Elizabeth Radcliffe, [email protected]

How OSPIRG at University of Oregon is Funded:

The thing that makes us effective is that we’re funded by students. Every two years students at University of Oregon vote to reaffirm our funding. We’re funded by students chipping-in $1.75 per term, and two years ago over 85% of Ducks voted yes for OSPIRG—so thanks! We pool this money statewide and hire professional staff to work for students. Expert staff give students the skills and resources to make a difference here on campus, and also in Salem, Portland, and Washington D.C. where decisions are made.

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