Your Guide to Orientation, Advising, and Registration
IntroDUCKtion is the UO's summer orientation program for new fall term students (there are mid-year orientation sessions for students entering in winter, spring, or summer). All entering freshmen who live in the U.S. are expected to attend IntroDUCKtion. Transfer students have several options for orientation that begin as early as mid-May. Learn how to register for IntroDUCKtion with this tutorial.
Registration for IntroDUCKtion 2013 will be available May 1 at 8:00 a.m. PT. Registration is required and can be done through DuckWeb. All new undergraduate students must attend an orientation before registering for their first term's classes.
At IntroDUCKtion, you and your family will become acquainted with the UO campus and have opportunities to discuss university life with current students and faculty members. You will learn about academic requirements, course offerings, and academic support services. You will meet with an academic advisor to plan your first-term class schedule and get your questions answered. Following advising, you will register for your fall classes. And of course, you will learn about the many academic and extracurricular opportunities that make the UO an exciting and unique place. You will leave IntroDUCKtion with a full schedule for fall term and return to campus in the fall better prepared for your university experience.
During IntroDUCKtion, students and their families participate in two separate but concurrent programs tailored to address their specific needs. Transfer students attend a separate one-day program. Residents of Hawai'i have the option of attending IntroDUCKtion in their state.