DuckWeb for Students
- I Forgot My PAC!
- View Your Student Information
- View Your Placement Test Scores
- View Transfer Evaluation Report
- Register for Student Orientation
- View Degree Audit
- Registering for Classes
- Registration Messages
- View Your Class Schedule
- Build a Schedule
- Exchange Sections
- Wait-listing for Classes
- Variable Credits and Grading Options
- Change Your Personal Information
- Check Registration Eligibility
- View Holds
- Course Evaluations
- See Your Grades and Transcripts
- Print Enrollment Verification
- Grant Proxy Access
- Completely Withdraw from the Term
- Change Your Degree
- Apply for Your Undergraduate Degree
- View Your Degree Application Status
- Order a Transcript
What Is DuckWeb?
DuckWeb is the University of Oregon’s online information system for students. You’ll use DuckWeb to manage many aspects of your academic career.
When you applied for admission to the UO, the Office of Admissions sent you a letter with your UO ID (a number in this format: 95XXXXXXX) and Personal Access Code (PAC). Use your ID and PAC to access DuckWeb.
Keep your ID and PAC safe and secure -- never share them with anyone. If you think your PAC has been compromised, log into DuckWeb and change it immediately.
When you log into DuckWeb for the first time, use the PAC you received in the mail. For security reasons, you will be asked to change your PAC, which must be alphanumeric and six characters long (for example, 01Duck). You will then be prompted to answer several security questions.
I Forgot My PAC!
If you’ve already logged onto DuckWeb once, then you would have been required to select a new PAC and set up a security question. If you have forgotten your PAC, follow these steps to reset a forgotten PAC:
- Go to duckweb.uoregon.edu
- Enter your UO ID (95XXXXXXX)
- Click on "Forgot PAC?"
- Enter your birth date (MMDDYY) without slashes
- Answer the security questions
- Enter a new PAC
See also: Resetting Your PAC on DuckWeb
View Your Student Information
In the Student Menu, click View General Student Information to see the following:
- Student level
- Student type
- Residency status
- Degree(s) sought
View Your Placement Test Scores
To review your placement test scores for mathematics or languages go to Student Menu > View Placement Test Scores.
See also: Placement Testing
Fall 2018 Forward
|Placement Score||Student should register for:|
|0 - 29||See your advisor|
|30 - 45||MATH 101|
|46 - 60||MATH 105, 106, 107, 111, 211, 243|
|61 - 75||MATH 112, 241|
|76 - 100||MATH 231, 246, 251|
Through Summer 2018
|Placement Score:||Students should register for:|
|20||Math 105 or Math 106 or Math 107 or 111 or Math 243|
|25||Math 112 or Math 241|
|35||Math 231 or Math 251 or Math 246|
View Transfer Evaluation Report
If you’ve sent us a transcript from another institution, you can see how your courses were evaluated by clicking on Student Menu > View Transfer Evaluation Report. The report shows each course from the transfer institution on the left and the course or credit received from the UO on the right. This can be especially helpful when you are trying to understand how your courses will fit into your degree audit.
Register for Student Orientation
IntroDUCKtion is the University of Oregon's summer orientation program for new students. At IntroDUCKtion, newly admitted students become acquainted with the UO campus and have opportunities to discuss university life with current students as well as faculty and staff members.
Registration is mandatory and will be available to students who have paid their Advance Tuition Deposit and sent in their "Intent to Register" form to the Office of Admissions.
The Intent to Register form is part of the initial admissions packet that is mailed to all new students. If you can't find this form, you can pay online by logging into DuckWeb under the admissions menu, or by mailing a check (with your UO ID included) to:
OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS
1217 UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
EUGENE, OR 97403-1217
See also: Registering for Student Orientation
View Degree Audit
To see your degree audit go to Student Menu > View Degree Audit.
Your audit shows
- Your major and degree
- Your total credits earned
- If you’ve fulfilled each of your major or minor, degree, or general education requirements
Satisfied requirements appear in black; unmet requirements are in red. Also look for the Yes or No next to each requirement on the left. Your major advisor or Academic Advising can update your degree audit if needed.
Registering for Classes
- Click on Student Menu > Registration Menu > Search for Open Classes
- When you find a course you want, click the check box in the Select column then click the Register button at the bottom of the page.
See also: Registering for Classes
Add and Drop Classes
- Click on Student Menu > Registration Menu > Add/Drop Classes
- Choose the term you wish to register for and you will be taken to the main registration page
- If you're adding a class and you know the CRN (course reference number), enter it in the Add Classes Worksheet at the bottom of the screen and submit changes
If you need to drop a class, you should drop it as soon as you know you will not be attending so that other students have an opportunity to enroll. You cannot drop your last class. Doing so means that you are completely withdrawing from the term
See also: Add and Drop Classes
View Your Class Schedule
Click on Student Menu > Registration Menu > View Your Class Schedule.
You can choose to display your schedule in three formats: Text, Matrix, and Concise.
Build a Class Schedule
Use the Student Schedule Builder to search for courses and display all possible schedule options that are currently available for registration. To get started, Click on Student Menu > Registration Menu > Schedule Builder.
Wait-listing for Classes
Wait lists are available for certain courses that are full that have the red WL code in the course schedule. To use wait-listing, you must meet the prerequisites and restrictions for the course and have a uoregon.edu e-mail account.
To change sections of a course without dropping it, click on Student Menu > Registration Menu > Exchange Sections.
Then follow these steps.
- Select the appropriate term.
- Select the course that you want to drop from the drop-down box on the left.
- Enter the CRN you want to add in the field on the right.
- Click Exchange Sections.
If the exchange cannot be made, your course will not be dropped. Do not use the Exchange Sections function for waitlisted courses.
Variable Credits and Grading Options
Some courses have variable credits, and some let you choose between a letter grade or pass/no pass. To set these options, click on Student Menu > Registration Menu > Change Variable Credit/Grading Option.
If your course has these options, a drop-down box will appear next to that course and you can make your selections there. The opportunity to make these changes ends the seventh week of the term for most courses.
It is the student's responsibility to obtain instructor and/or departmental approval before she or he may change variable credits. DuckWeb automatically selects the lowest credit if a class is offered for variable credit. If you wish to change the credits of your class, click "Change Variable Credit/Grading Option" at the bottom of the page. You may change variable credit only in credit-bearing classes. If a variable credit lecture class has a noncredit laboratory, discussion, or activity section associated with it, use the lecture CRN to make credit changes.
Note: When variable credits are reduced, tuition refunds meet the same criteria as dropped courses. You may owe partial tuition if you do not reduce credits before the 100% tuition refund period ends.
To make a grading option change for a course with an associated noncredit section, change only the CRN of the lecture. DuckWeb automatically selects the graded option for classes where variable grading is available. If you wish to select the "Pass/No Pass" option, click "Change Variable Credit/ Grading Option" at the bottom of the page.
When a grading option choice is available, you may elect to be evaluated on either a graded (A,B,C,D,F) or a pass/no pass (P/N) basis. Classes offered pass/no pass only are noted on the final grade report as P*. Each department, school, or special program has its own regulations on pass/no pass classes for majors. Before exercising the pass/no pass option, you should talk with an advisor.
See also: Choosing a Grading Option
Change Your Personal Information
Click on the Personal Information tab to
- Change your PAC or security question
- Update your phone number or address (see also: Name, Address and Ethnicity Changes)
- Update your emergency contacts
- Choose which information gets displayed in the UO directory
- Sign up to receive emergency alerts and updates on your cell phone
- Change or update your preferred first name. This name will appear in the online directory. (See also: Name, Address and Ethnicity Changes).
- Click on View UO Computing Accounts Information to use webmail
Check Registration Eligibility
Find out when you can register for the next term’s courses by clicking on Student Menu > Registration Menu > Check Registration Eligibility.
This screen will also let you know if you have holds that will prevent registration, give you your academic standing and student status, and list your class and major.
If you have a hold that prevents registration, click on Student Menu > View Holds to find out what you need to do to remove it.
The information students provide in course evaluations is extremely important and ultimately benefits everyone:
- Other students use course evaluation ratings to choose courses to add to their schedule.
- Faculty use information from course evaluations to improve their courses and teaching methods, and to determine whether course content is meeting the needs of their students.
- Department chairs review course evaluation data to assess both their faculty, and the value of courses offered in their department.
- University committees include course evaluation data as part of faculty reviews, to determine promotion and tenure.
You will be asked to evaluate all your courses at the end of the term. From the main menu, click on Course Evaluations to find a list of your courses. Courses with more than one instructor will have multiple listings so you can evaluate each instructor. Click on Evaluate, answer the questions, and click Submit. (See also: Course Evaluations Schedule)
See Your Grades and Transcripts
Go to Student Menu > Grades & Transcripts Menu to find the following:
- Term Grades
- Unofficial Transcript: an unofficial record of all of your UO courses and grades
- Request Official Transcript: you can pick yours up in person, have it mailed, or send it electronically
- List Transcript Requests
If your last term at the UO was Fall Term 1986 or later, you can order a transcript on DuckWeb.
- Log into duckweb.uoregon.edu
- Select Student Menu > Grades & Transcripts Menu
- Select Request Official Transcript" or Unofficial Transcripts, depending on the type of transcript you require.
- Follow the steps outlined on Ordering Transcripts on DuckWeb
If your last term at the UO was prior to Fall Term 1986, your official transcript can only be ordered via written request. See Ordering Transcripts for more information.
Print Enrollment & Degree Verification
To print verification of your enrollment at the UO, or your UO degree, click on Student Menu > Print Enrollment Verification > National Student Clearinghouse.
Choose from Current Enrollment, All Enrollment, or Advanced Registration. Then click Obtain an Enrollment Certificate.
Note that you can’t select Current Enrollment until the add deadline has passed for the term. Prior to that point, please use Advanced Registration.
The National Student Clearinghouse provides verification of UO student degrees and enrollment to employers and employment agencies, banks and other lenders, insurance companies, background search firms, and other businesses that offer services or products based on a student's enrollment status. Data is provided 24 hours a day, every day of the year. Contact the National Student Clearinghouse:
National Student Clearinghouse
2300 Dulles Station Boulevard, Suite 300
Herndon, VA 20171
Grant Proxy Access
Click on the Proxy Access tab to give someone (usually a parent, guardian, or spouse) read-only access to designated areas of your student information. You maintain complete control over your proxy relationships. You are able to set them up, reset their passwords, change or delete their access, and send them messages detailing the access they have been given.
To add a proxy, click on Proxy Management > Add Proxy. Then click on Expand (name of proxy) and complete the proxy profile.
Relationship = Select from dropdown menu
Description = Is the proxy your Mother, father, Grandfather, Aunt, etc.?
Start Date = Today’s date
Stop Date = When proxy access ends
Grant Authorization to a Proxy
Once you have completed the profile information, grant authorization to your proxy in the Authorization tab. Select the information you are authorizing your proxy to view. Then scroll back to the top of the page and click on the “E-mail Authorizations link in the right hand corner; this saves the authorization and emails the authorization to the proxy.
After you have authorized the information your proxy can view, the proxy receives an email with a PIN and link to login to view the information authorized. The proxy is required to create a password and should bookmark the link so it is readily available.
Should the proxy forget his/her password, the student will need to login to DuckWeb and reset the proxy’s PIN (click "Reset PIN" in the Profile tab). After the student has reset the PIN, the proxy will receive an email with a new PIN and link to the proxy’s information. Again, the proxy will be asked to create a new password and the link should be bookmarked. A student’s proxy should never share his or her password with another person and to ensure the safety and security of his or her student’s information.
To view what you have authorized proxies to view, go to the History tab and then the Communication tab.
Remove Proxy Access
Use good judgment when authorizing proxy access to your student information. If your proxy has already logged in or accessed your information, then you will no longer be able to delete that proxy’s access and you will need to un-authorize the proxy's access. To do this, click on the Authorization tab and uncheck the boxes to withdraw information that was made viewable to your proxy. You may also enter a new “Stop Date” in the Profile tab to stop all access for that proxy.
Note: Only students can manage their proxies' accounts, regardless of whether the proxy has logged in or not. Staff in the Office of the Registrar and in other UO administrative offices do not have access to change or delete proxy access for students.
See also: Granting Proxy Access on DuckWeb
If you are eligible to register for more than one term you may process registration changes for multiple terms in one DuckWeb session. Select the term for which you wish to make registration changes using the term selection link at the top of the screen.
Completely Withdraw from the Term
You can completely withdraw from a term as long as the withdrawal occurs before the Monday of finals week (after that time you must petition to withdraw). Even though you can use DuckWeb to complete the process, there are a number of other campus offices you will have to contact. We also recommend you talk to Academic Advising and Financial Aid before initiating a complete withdrawal.
If you are prepared to withdraw completely, go to Student Menu > Registration Menu > Completely Withdraw from the Term(s) and follow the steps from there.
Be sure to print the page listing the different offices you may need to contact.
See also: Complete Withdrawal Using DuckWeb
Change Your Degree
To declare or change a professional degree including Bachelor of Architecture, Bachelor of Music, and Bachelor of Education, students should first contact the department. Prior to submitting a request, be sure to log in to DuckWeb and view their degree audit to ensure their degree information is accurate. Requests for changing a degree must be submitted via email to email@example.com from a uoregon.edu email account.
Note: University of Oregon academic records are sealed thirty days after the conferral of a degree, and changes to majors and minors cannot be made after this date.
Apply for Your Undergraduate Degree
To apply to graduate, click on Student Menu > Registration Menu > Apply for Undergraduate Degree.
Be sure to note deadlines so you apply in time for the term you want to graduate.
Undergraduates who plan to receive a bachelor's degree from the University of Oregon must submit an application through the university's online information system, DuckWeb, by the fourth Sunday of the anticipated term of graduation. See Application for an Undergraduate Degree for additional information about your undergraduate degree application. You can view academic dates and deadlines on Calendars & Schedules.
View Your Degree Application Status
The Registrar’s Office will e-mail you when your application status changes, but you can also check your status by clicking on Student Menu > View Degree Application Status.
Order a Transcript
If you have attended UO since Fall 1986, you can order your transcript on DuckWeb. To order a transcript, log into DuckWeb, select Student Menu > Grades & Transcripts Menu, select "Unofficial Transcripts" and then select "Undergraduate" or "Graduate" from the drop-down list. Then click "Display Transcript".
If your last term at the UO was prior to Fall Term 1986, see "Students Attending in Terms Only Prior to Fall Term 1986".
See also: Transcript Requests
To protect the confidentiality of your information, names and UO ID numbers are not automatically printed on DuckWeb documents. If you wish to include your name or UO ID on a printed document, select the "Name on" option.
Remember to Log Off!
Remember to log off of DuckWeb when you finish a session, especially if you happen to be on a public computer, such as in a library or a computer lab. Click the "Exit" button on the upper right corner of any screen to exit DuckWeb.