Mid-Year IntroDUCKtion Session Dates
Mid-Year IntroDUCKtion sessions are only available to those admitted for either Winter, Spring, or Summer academic terms.
- For Spring 2018 admits: Friday, March 16, 2018
- Registration is now open via Duckweb. See below for more information on registration.
- For Summer 2018 admits: Friday, June 8, 2018
- Registration will open at a later date.
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.
Summer 2018 Dates
- Session 1: June 28–29
- Session 2: July 9–10*
- Session 3: July 12–13*
- Session 4: July 16–17*
- Session 5: July 19–20*
- Session 6: July 23–24*
- Session 7: July 26–27
- Session 8: July 30–July 31
- Session 9: August 2–3
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.
Registration for Summer 2018 IntroDUCKtion will open on May 1, 2018 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 IntroDUCktion is $280, 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. 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.
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.
Schedule of Events
(Early Arrivals) If you arriving to Eugene the day before your session begins, students are able to stay on campus for one extra night. Early residence hall check-in will be from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. outside the Living Learning Center (LLC) North. There will be an informal get-together for students at 9:00 p.m. on the LLC lawn.
Day One Students can begin checking their bags at 8:00 a.m. Once they have done so, they can check in for the IntroDUCKtion program at the Student Recreation Center. Our program will begin promptly at 8:45 a.m. After the opening session, students will meet their Student Orientation Staff member (SOSer) and join their Flock of other incoming students. Parents and family members who register for Parent and Family IntroDUCKtion will be escorted to that program by our parent and families host. Both students and parents will be guided through all of Day One by our staff.
Day Two The Day Two opening session will be at 8:30 a.m. Students will attend an individual academic advising appointment sometime between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m (specific appointment times are assigned on Day One). Students must attend their assigned appointment time. After their advising session, students will register for their fall term classes. Before and after students complete advising and registration, there are plenty of activities to complete before leaving campus:
- Information and Resource Fair
- Interest Sessions (open to all participants)
- Accessible Education
- Financial Aid
- Career Center
- Student Alumni Association
- Health Careers at the UO
- Study Abroad
- Service Learning
- Parent & Family Programs
- Residence Life and Academic Residential Communities
- Campus Tours
- Walking Tour
- Running Tour
- Bike Tour
- Residence Hall Tour
- Tour of Autzen Stadium
Resources for IntroDUCKtion
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