Thursday, September 21
Get all your details about Move-In Day on the Residence Life website. Be sure to follow the instructions emailed from Residence Life to your uoregon email...
(aka Move-in Day)
Get all your details about Move-In Day on the Residence Life website. Be sure to follow the instructions emailed from Residence Life to your uoregon email address, because your move-in time is assigned specifically for you. So how exaclty does the UO move you and a few thousand of your peers into your residence halls in a single day? Well, we hate to brag, but we're kinda good at it.
Specific times and locations sent to students’ uoregon email.
For students who have received the Summit, Apex, Presidential, Stamps, Quest, or Diversity Excellence scholarships, you and your families are invited to an ice cream social with Dr. Roger Thompson, Vice President for Enrollment Management, and staff from the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships, Student Orientation Programs, and Admissions.
After you move in come enjoy a tasty treat with other scholarship recipients and their families.
This reception is come-and-go and come-as-you-are.
Meet up with your Flock and start Week of Welcome off right. The WOW Kickoff is where it all begins, and you do NOT want to miss it. You can meet your Flock and your Student Orientation Staff member (SOSer). See yourself on the big screens when you post photos with #callmeaduck. We'll also light up the arena with a few other surprises you won't want to miss.
Wear green & yellow!
Don't miss out on being part of the legacy of your class with this year's class photo. All of your friends of the class of 2021 will be around you throwing up the O. Yes, you'll be able to see yourself in the photo, and YES you'll look fabulous.
Checkout the Class of 2019's photo from last year.
We’re taking over the Rec Center. Follow the crowd from the EMU Green after the Kickoff and experience all the Rec has to offer. Tour the brand new facilities, hang out with your new friends, and get your zumba on.
Friday, September 22
Presented by Parent and Family Programs, Parents' Day Off is a full day of events for parents and families of incoming first-year students. The purpose of these events is to orient families with the Eugene area, as well as provide the opportunity to talk to key staff members at the University. Please note that these events are for families and friends of students only, as the students will have required programming at this time. Visit families.uoregon.edu/wow for more details!
You don’t have to wait until graduation to get involved in the work you love. From social justice to sustainability, humanities to health, explore how to apply your academic interests at the UO and make the most of your degree. Discover opportunities beyond the classroom, connect with people in the know, and develop next steps to incorporate your passions into your first year and beyond.
Business majors you are invited to attend the Business College Block in the Lillis Business Complex.
Learn what it takes to be in the student section as a Duck, the dedication, the energy, the noise! We’ll celebrate our student-athletes and coaches while learning what it means to be a fan at the UO. We have free t-shirts for everyone who attends. This pep rally will get you ready for gameday.
The Flock Party provides a fun, interactive, and informative celebration to welcome University of Oregon students and sets the tone for the new year. The Flock Party is the largest campus-wide welcome event of the year. Find an organization to join, get free food and swag, and have a blast at the UO's block party we call the Flock Party!
Saturday, September 23
Connect with other UO students as you serve alongside...
Start by serving. Join your fellow new Ducks to discover service-learning and community service at the UO and in Eugene.
Connect with other UO students as you serve alongside organizations contributing to the well-being of our communities. Select from several different projects around Eugene-Springfield.
You've waited so long. It's finally here. Game day! Take the walk to Autzen and get your O in the air. Don’t know how to get student tickets? Check out the student ticket information at GoDucks.com. Don't have a ticket to the football game? No worries. We'll show the Ducks take on Colorado on the big screen in the Rec Center. Pizza will be served, but capacity is limited.
Sunday, September 24
University Convocation is one of the UO’s proudest traditions and is the culminating event of the Week of Welcome. It serves as the university’s official welcome to new students and faculty and celebrates the atmosphere of academic excellence, innovation, and intellectual curiosity in which our students, faculty, and staff thrive. If graduation concludes of your degree work, Convocation starts it. Come get academically inspired.