Graduation Application Information
For information on UO Commencement, see Commencement (Graduation).
If you are interested in applying for concurrent degrees, please email the Office of the Registrar with your request (email@example.com). For additional information and restrictions about concurrent degrees please click here.
All grade changes, removal of incompletes, and transfer work necessary for completion of degree requirements must be on file in the Office of the Registrar by the Friday following the end of your graduation term. Corrections to the academic record, including change of grade or removal of incompletes, are made only during the thirty days following the granting of the degree. Note: Graduate School deadlines are earlier; contact the Graduate School, 125 Chapman Hall for more information.
All requirements for all majors, all minors, and any certificates must be completed in order to be awarded your degree. Incomplete majors and minors cannot be completed after your degree has been awarded.
Students who plan to receive a bachelor's degree should complete the on-line application for graduation via DuckWeb. Students can apply anytime beginning four terms prior to the graduation term. Students should apply during the first few weeks of the term prior to their graduation term; this permits timely updating of degree guides, allowing students to plan or change their final term course schedule to ensure completion of all graduation requirements.
The deadline to apply for graduation is Sunday at midnight after the fourth week of classes. At that point, DuckWeb will no longer allow students to apply for graduation online; students must visit or email the Office of the Registrar to be considered for the current term's graduation application after the deadline. We are located on the second floor of Oregon Hall or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Graduating seniors who have earned at least 90 credits in residence at the University of Oregon and have successfully completed all other university degree requirements are eligible for graduation with Latin honors. The Office of the Registrar computes Latin honors upon graduation. The Latin Honor distinction will be printed on the diploma and UO transcript.
The Latin honors cumulative GPA levels for each academic year are determined by rounding the previous five-year running average to the first decimal point. To view the Latin Honor ranges for the current school year, please click here.
Note: post baccalaureate students are not eligible.
Degree Awarding - Have you checked your Degree Guide lately?
The best way to ensure that your degree is awarded in a timely manner is to confirm that your requirements show as complete on your Degree Guide.
- Follow up with your advisors if major(s)/minor(s) are incomplete.
- You will not be able to graduate if your University General Education requirements are incomplete.
- All grade changes, transfer course work, and UO study abroad course work (both documented by an official transcript) must be received within 30-days after the date of conferral.
- Degree status can be viewed in Duckweb by selecting "View Degree Application Status." You will be notified of the results of the degree application review.
We understand that many students need to verify degree completion as soon as possible for various reasons (employment, graduate school, Teach for America, SACM, etc.); however, the Office of the Registrar is unable to verify degree completion until your degree has officially been awarded. Once your degree has been awarded, if you need to show evidence of your degree to a third party you can do so using your official transcript. Diplomas are mailed out a number of weeks after the awarding of degrees.
Your diploma lists your name (as you requested it to appear and subject to University approval), the degree awarded, the date of your degree, and your school or college. Undergraduate diplomas do not list majors or minors. Your official transcript will show the degree awarded, major(s) and minor(s).
Your diploma is mailed by a third party processor. Diplomas will be mailed out approximately three weeks after we have awarded your degree to the diploma address listing in Duckweb. If you do not have a diploma address listed, your diploma will be mailed to the permanent address we have on file.
Graduate students planning to receive an advanced degree or graduate certificate must file an online application for advanced degree no later than the end of the second week of classes in the term of completion.
The information regarding applying for advanced degrees is available at the Graduate School site.
125 Chapman Hall
1219 University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403-1219
Doctor of Jurisprudence
Students who plan to receive a Doctor of Jurisprudence degree must complete the on-line application for graduation via DuckWeb.
Contact the Law School for more information:
Law School Registrar
1221 University of Oregon
School of Law
Eugene, OR 97403-1221