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Fraternity and Sorority Life

Fraternities and sororities are values-based organizations that focus on the development of leadership, scholarship, brotherhood and sisterhood, service, and...

University Housing-Becoming a Duck

Get information on what to expect for the move-in process, including what to bring (and what not to bring). This session will also include a brief overview...

GEO Study Abroad

GEO Study Abroad

8/21 12:15pm
 

Global Education Oregon (GEO) offers more than 300 academic programs and internships in over 90 countries that thrill, challenge, and inform. Whether you...

Erb Memorial Union (EMU) Programs

We will give an overview of opportunities to get engaged in the various EMU Programs including Center for Student Involvement, Craft Center, Club sports,...

COVID Safety and You!

The University is taking steps to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 on campus. As a member of the Duck community, you also have personal responsibilities...

Flock Meeting 7

Flock Meeting 7

8/17 8am
 

Flock meetings will take place on Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday throughout the day based on the availability you submit during IntroDUCKtion registration....

Grow. Lead. Serve. With the Holden Center for Leadership and Community Engagement

The Holden Center for Leadership and Community Engagement provides high-impact experiential and community-based learning that fosters socially responsible...

Flock Meeting 8

Flock Meeting 8

8/24 8am
 

Flock meetings will take place on Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday throughout the day based on the availability you submit during IntroDUCKtion registration....

Transfer Student Hangout 3: A Virtual Eugene Tour

For our final transfer student hangout, we will be hearing each of the Transfer Team’s favorite campus and Eugene spots! Come get a sneak peek at your new...

Faculty Perspective- Innovation & Entrepreneurship Track

Study start-ups and business models to generate bold answers for some of society's hardest questions.

LGBTQIA+ Identity-Based Round Table

Welcoming all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, aromantic, asexual, agender, non-binary, pansexual, two spirit, and all...

Faculty Perspective- Anti-Racism Track

If anything is certain in these very uncertain times, it’s that racism exists in our society. How can we acknowledge our past and present of power...

Faculty Perspective- Engaged Humanities Track

Artistic and cultural expression allows us to understand our world and imagine other worlds. Engage with writers, artists, performers, and scholars working...

UO Common Reading

UO Common Reading

8/21 10:30am
 

UO Common Reading centers campus-wide discussions on important topics each year. This year's theme is listen.learn.act. to encourage participation in...

Faculty Perspective- COVID-19 Track

Our communities have been shaken by the current worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. Engage with world-renowned UO researchers to explore the impact of COVID-19 on...

Faculty Perspective- Anti-Racism Track

If anything is certain in these very uncertain times, it’s that racism exists in our society. How can we acknowledge our past and present of power...

Faculty Perspective- Engaged Humanities Track

Artistic and cultural expression allows us to understand our world and imagine other worlds. Engage with writers, artists, performers, and scholars working...

Faculty Perspective- Innovation & Entrepreneurship Track

Study start-ups and business models to generate bold answers for some of society's hardest questions.

IntroDUCKtion Next Steps

You will learn more about the next steps following IntroDUCKtion.

Call for Band

Call for Band

8/14 7am
 

We are looking for performers for the upcoming school year. You do not need to be a UO student. We welcome anyone and everyone. Don't be shy and don't wait...