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Become a Duck

Ready to become a Duck? Just take a few easy steps to claim your spot in the incoming class and join our virtual IntroDUCKtion orientation sessions this summer. We can't wait to welcome you into the Oregon community.

How to Become a Duck

You can claim your spot in the class and attend our virtual IntroDUCKtion—and you still have until September 1 to make your final decision. There is no payment needed during this process. When you arrive in the fall, your Advance Tuition Deposit and the orientation fee will be applied to your university bill.

1

Log in to DuckWeb

We emailed you your UO ID (starts with 95) and your PAC (Personal Access Code) when you applied.



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2

Fill out the ITR form

Open the Admissions Menu and select the Intent to Register (ITR) form. Choose the option to defer your payment, no questions asked.

 

3

Register for IntroDUCKtion

In the Admissions Menu, select Register for Orientation and FIGs. Registration closes on Sunday, June 21 at 11:59 p.m.

Need registration help? Text us at 541-346-1159 or email orientation@uoregon.edu.

 

Find out more about what we’re offering during our virtual IntroDUCKtion sessions. View a schedule for the summer and see how you’ll explore the UO from home.

Parents and Families

We know how important your student is to you and that you are deeply invested in your student’s success and well being. At UO, we take our responsibility for student achievement very seriously and invite you to partner with us to help your student succeed in college.

We are finalizing a robust schedule of remote programming for Parent and Family IntroDUCKtion during July, August, and early September. Additionally, we are in the process of planning in-person programming that will occur in conjunction with move-in during late September. Throughout the summer, we will be sending you important information about the UO. To be sure we have the correct email on file for you, please email orientation@uoregon.edu with your student’s full name, their UO ID number, and your full name and email address. Lastly, if there is any way we can support your student or your family, please reach out to us.

We look forward to welcoming you and your student to the University of Oregon family. If you have any questions, please reach out to us or listen to our podcast, Flock Talk, where we highlight timely higher education topics, and discuss themes directly related to supporting first-year students at the UO.

Looking for a student job where you can make a real impact on the UO experience? Join our team to recruit and orient new Ducks.

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