Get Ready for Fall

Welcome and congratulations on your admission to the University of Oregon! The IntroDUCKtion experience is hybrid in 2021, which means you will have both online activities, and come to campus for other parts of the experience.

IntroDUCKtion Registration

Registration is available in the admissions portal for all students who have completed their Intent to Register (ITR).

Register for IntroDUCKtion

Remote IntroDUCKtion requirements

IntroDUCKtion requirements you will complete remotely are:

In your Community course

  • Academic Advising module and quiz
  • Faculty Perspectives videos and reflections
  • Interest session videos and reflections
  • Academic integrity module and quiz

Through Navigate and Zoom or Teams

  • Academic Advisors will email your address to set up your advising appointment
  • Academic advising appointments are made in Navigate
  • Your Advising Appointment will be conducted remotely via Teams or Zoom

Through the Testing Office

Through DuckWeb

  • Fall course registration

Required In-Person IntroDUCKtion Experience

IntroDUCKtion requirements you will complete in-person:

Introduction to the Academic Community

Hear about what it means to be a student at the UO and academic resources to help with your success.

You Got This

You are already resilient. This session will help you identify how to use your resiliency to flourish and understand resources.

Your Story, Our Story

We all have a story, individually and collectively. This session is an opportunity for you to think about your own identities and find solidarity in a community of individuals.


Explore campus and the immediate surrounding area with SOSers

Prevention and Education

We'll talk openly about consent, sexual wellness, and being an effective bystander. It's all part of being a good Duck.


We'll share what comes next after your in-person session, plus you'll learn about UO traditions!

  • Check-in for your in-person program will begin at 8:00 a.m. on the day of your session and we anticipate the required elements of the program will end around 8:00 p.m. We do not have any required programs the day after your session.
  • Academic advising will not take place during in-person programs. Please refer to the “Remote IntroDUCKtion Requirements” above for details. Once you are invited to schedule your advising appointment with your academic advisor, please do not schedule it for the same day as your in-person session.

For information about traveling, what to bring, and preparing for your session, visit our Before You Arrive page.

In-Person Dates

Domestic students will be required to attend an in-person session as part of the IntroDUCKtion requirements. Space is limited for each session and we cannot put you into a full session. We encourage you to consider several date options that fit in your summer schedule in case spaces fill in your first choice before you register. Registration will open in the admissions portal starting on Monday, May 3, at 8:00 a.m. Pacific time.

Thursday, July 8
Saturday, July 10
Tuesday, July 13
Thursday, July 15
Saturday, July 17
Tuesday, July 20
Thursday, July 22
Saturday, July 24
Tuesday, July 27
Thursday, July 29
Saturday, July 31

Tuesday, August 3
Thursday, August 5
Saturday, August 7
Tuesday, August 10
Thursday, August 12
Saturday, August 14
Tuesday, August 17
Thursday, August 19
Saturday, August 21
Tuesday, August 24
Thursday, August 26
Saturday, August 28
Tuesday, August 31

Wednesday, September 22

Housing for In-Person Sessions

In July and August, students may opt to stay up to two nights in University Housing for their in-person session. All rooms will be double occupancy and assigned during check-in. Students who opt to stay in the residence halls will be required to submit one of the following prior to receiving keys to a room:

  • Attestation of being fully vaccinated at least 14 days prior to the start of their scheduled IntroDUCKtion; OR
  • A negative PCR test within 72 hours of arriving in Eugene.

Other University Requirements and To Dos

Several University Departments have required steps for you to take to maintain your active enrollment at the UO. Download a printable copy here.

Upload your selfie!

Submit your selfie and a photo of approved government-issued photo ID for your UO ID Card. Your ID Card is your bus pass, meal card, library card, your ticket to sporting events, and so much more. Submit your selfie and documentation at least two weeks prior to your in-person session.

Send your final high school transcript

We must receive your official final high school transcript that shows the date you earned your diploma in order to complete your admission file. Mail them to:

  • Office of Admissions
    1217 University of Oregon
    Eugene, OR 97403-1217

Housing room selection

Check your My Housing portal for your assigned date and time to select your room. July 31 is the last day to make changes to your room selection, or to file an exemption to the live-on requirement.

Submit your immunization and COVID-19 vaccination records

Be sure to obtain and submit a digital copy of your required immunization records online. You can also upload your medical insurance information. Log into your myUOHealth account with your Duck ID, click on the "Upload" tab, and upload your document.

Accept your billing account terms and conditions

Accept the terms and conditions of your financial relationship with the university. Log in to DuckWeb, open the Student Menu, select “Billing Account Terms and Conditions,” read the agreement, check the box to agree, and select “Save.”

Enroll in two-step login with DUO security by July 28

Now that you’ve become more familiar with UO systems, sign up for DUO for added security for your UO accounts. After August 2, you will not be able to log into UO systems like your My Housing portal, your Community page, UO wifi, or any other system that requires your DuckID.

Complete the online Prevention Modules

Beginning on August 31, you can log in to complete four modules that cover alcohol, consent and respect, cannabis, and other drugs. Complete these modules no later than September 26.

Complete your Financial Aid Checklist

You may need to accept aid, complete entrance loan counseling and sign a master promissory note. Be sure you’re up-to-date.

Add Authorized Payers

If you want to, you can add family members as “Authorized Payers” who are contributing financially to your degree at

UO Student Health Benefits Plan (SHBP)

Consider the option to enroll in the federally certified SHBP, which offers national and worldwide coverage at a highly competitive rate.