When you click on the link below you will be connected to DuckWeb. This site will allow you to check your application status. Other services will be available to you on this site as you go through the admission and enrollment process.
What Happens Next?
What Happens Next?
Review the online timeline of important activities and deadlines for the admission process using one of the links above. This timeline also lists deadlines for other applications needed for scholarships and academic departments.
Is My Application Complete?
If additional items are needed to complete your application, you will receive an e-mail or a letter listing the necessary documents. You can also check the status of your application and see if items are needed by logging into DuckWeb. Use the links above to see sample DuckWeb pages.
Fall term applicants who apply by the January 15 application deadline and submit transcripts and test scores by the February 15 document deadline, will automatically be considered for various scholarships including the Apex, Summit, and general university scholarships.
There are separate applications for the Presidential (Oregon residents only) and Diversity Excellence scholarships. Visit the Student Financial Aid and Scholarships website for more information and applications.
Fall term transfer applicants must apply separately for a number of university-wide scholarship programs, including general university, Laurel, Oregon Community Credit Union, and Diversity Excellence. Visit the Student Financial Aid and Scholarships website for more information and applications.
What is DuckWeb?
DuckWeb is the University of Oregon’s information system for students, faculty, and staff. It is an interactive web service to help applicants with the admission process and allow current students to view, update, or print personal data and registration. As you progress through the admission process, you will be given additional access to DuckWeb services.
First-Time DuckWeb Users
You will need a UO ID and Personal Access Code (PAC) to log into DuckWeb. You should have received a letter that includes your UO ID and information about your PAC. After logging into DuckWeb, a message will indicate that your PAC has expired. You’ll be guided through the process to select a new PAC and activate a security question. The security question makes it possible for you to log back into your account if you forget your PAC. It is important to remember that your PAC is alphanumeric and case sensitive. Write down your UO ID and PAC you created and keep that information somewhere safe.
As an applicant, you have access to the Admissions Menu. This menu includes the following services:
- Check University application status
- Register for Orientation and FIGs
- View degree audit
- Financial aid information menu
- Check Clark Honors College application status
- Intent to Register form (fall-term admits only)
- View transfer evaluation report*
- Housing menu
*If you submit official college transcripts as part of the application process, courses that transfer to the UO are evaluated by the Office of the Registrar. During the admission process, that office will send an e-mail to notify you to use DuckWeb to review your transfer credits. Receiving information about transfer credits does not indicate that an admission decision has been made by the Office of Admissions.
I Have More Questions
Office of Admissions
You can always call or write the Office of Admissions for more information or for assistance with the admission process. Use the first link above to contact the Office of Admissions via e-mail. The second link above provides contact information for the various departments around the UO campus. These various departments may also help you with departmental admission requirements.
Office of Admissions
1217 University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403-1217
800-BE-A-DUCK or 800-232-3825
Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships
800-760-6953 or 541-346-3221
- Financial aid programs available
- Scholarships available and how to apply
- Search for scholarships
- Expenses and cost of attendance
- Managing your money
Center for Multicultural Academic Excellence
CMAE staff specializes in providing a culturally supportive environment that empowers self-identified students of color to fulfill their educational and career goals.
- Academic Support
- Scholarship and academic programs
- University housing options
- Dining options
- How to apply for housing
Robert D. Clark Honors College
- Applying to the Honors College
- Overview of the Honors College
- Resources to help understand a UO degree
- Choosing a major
Office of the Registrar
- AP/IB credits
- College credits
- Assistance with DuckWeb
All colleges and universities are required by federal law to provide access to the annual Security and Fire Safety Report. This is known as the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. Use the link above to view the most recent report.