If you have completed more than 36 credits of course work at a U.S. college or university after graduating from high school or its equivalent, you are invited to participate in either a two-day or one-day session. Whichever session you choose, you must attend fully. IntroDUCKtion for Transfers provides academic advising, campus information, and course registration.
Preview the difference between a transfer student's option of attending a two-day and one-day IntroDUCKtion session.
Summer 2017 Two-Day Session Dates:
- Session 1: June 29–30
- Session 2: July 6–7
- Session 3: July 10–11*
- Session 4: July 13–14*
- Session 5: July 17–18*
- Session 6: July 20–21*
- Session 7: July 24–25*
- Session 8: July 31–August 1
- Session 9: August 3–4
- September IntroDUCKtion: September 19–20
- If you have not yet registered for or attended an IntroDUCKtion session, you must attend this IntroDUCKtion session in order to attend the UO starting Fall 2017. Registration is now open for this session on DuckWeb. This is a full, two-day session.
IntroDUCKtion sessions listed above are a full two days. Please do not plan your travel home prior to 5:00 p.m. on the second day.
*Students admitted to the Robert D. Clark Honors College (CHC) students should plan to attend the CHC-specific IntroDUCKtion sessions 3–7. Capacities displayed in the bar graphs above do not reflect CHC student capacity for each session.
Mid-Year IntroDUCKtion Session Dates:
Registration for Mid-Year sessions will open at a later date.
- For Winter 2018 admits: Friday, December 1, 2017
- For Spring 2018 admits: Friday, March 16, 2018
- For Summer 2018 admits: Friday, May 25, 2018
While there is no capacity limitation on one-day transfer sessions, you do still need to register on DuckWeb.
IntroDUCKtion sessions listed above end at 4:00 p.m. Please do not plan to leave the session prior to 4:00 p.m.
Registration for IntroDUCKtion opens on May 1, 2017 at 8:00 a.m. To register, simply click here. You'll need to log into DuckWeb, the same online system you used to apply to the UO. Once you have logged in, click on the Admissions menu and select "Register for Orientation and FIGs." You will be guided through the registration process. If you need help, view a step-by-step tutorial.
The fee for the two-day program is $280 and the fee for the one-day program is $195, which includes one parent or family member, staffing and program related costs, materials, and some meals. Additional parents and family members may be added at the time of registration for an extra cost of $95 per guest for two-day sessions, and are no extra cost for one-day sessions. This fee is only added if you select an additional guest during the registration process. To learn more about fees and changing your reservation click here.
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All students who attend a two-day program are required to stay in the on-campus residence halls for a minimum of one night; students may opt for two nights at no additional cost. Parents and family members are not permitted to stay in the residence halls; we encourage you to check out our hotel partners. All students who attend a one-day program are not required to stay in the on-campus residence halls. If travelling and hoping to stay nearby campus, we encourage you to check out our hotel partners.