University of Oregon | Office of the Registrar

Fall 2018 registration begins on Monday, May 21

Find your fall 2018 Registration Priority Time

News Highlights

Summer Priority Registration Schedule now available

The Summer Priority Registration Schedule is now available

The Office of the Registrar has moved.

The Office of the Registrar is now located in Oregon Hall 463.

Academic Dates & Deadlines for Winter 2018 & Spring 2018 Law

Academic Dates and Deadlines for Winter 2018 & Spring 2018 Law are now available.

Update Your Degree Guide

Students should update their Degree Guide immediately after making any changes to registration or their student record including dropping/adding courses, changing variable credit or changing a major or minor. This will help you stay on track and graduate on time.

Log into DuckWeb to review and/or update personal information

Students can view and update their personal information including address, directory information, ethnicity, professional objectives and degree (B.A. or B.S.) in DuckWeb. Students should also check their current class schedule to ensure the information is accurate.

May
28

Memorial Day holiday; no classes are held

May
29
Law: Summer 2018 classes begin
May
31
Law: Spring 2018 grades due
May
31

Online grade rosters will be turned off at Noon (see Dates and Deadlines - Law).

Jun
1
Law: Spring 2018 grades available on DuckWeb
Jun
1

Grades that faculty have "submitted" are available for students to view on DuckWeb (see Grading Schedules)

Jun
1
Last day to hold Final Oral Defense of doctoral dissertations

The Office of the Registrar is responsible for academic and classroom scheduling, student registration, enrollment verification, grading and academic records maintenance, transfer credit articulation, degree audits, monitoring undergraduate general education requirements, degree awarding, course evaluations, student data/statistical analysis, veterans benefits, FERPA compliance, and transcript services. These responsibilities, assignments and services are completed within institutional policies and standards as well as related state and federal laws and regulations.

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