Actively enrolled non-degree seeking students have access to a variety of resources that are supported through mandatory fees. These include:
- computing services
- library privileges
- bus transportation
- discounts on textbooks at the UO bookstore
- eligibility for participation in student groups
- tickets to athletic events
- access to the recreation and fitness center
For details on additional services or privileges, inquire at the office in which you are seeking use of a service or facility. Your UO ID card will often be required to verify your enrolled status.
Non-degree seeking students do not pay the Health Service fee and therefore are not eligible for health and counseling services.
Note: Self-support courses may charge fees that replace the typical tuition and fees, thus limiting access to some campus services.
UO ID Cards
As an actively enrolled non-degree seeking student, you are entitled to a UO ID card that can be used to access services on campus.
To obtain your card, after you have registered for classes, visit the UO Card Office in the Erb Memorial Union (EMU). Students must pay a one-time fee of $10 to receive an ID card.
- Lost or stolen cards are subject to a replacement fee.
- If you have previously obtained an ID card, you may continue to use that card.
All fees will be billed to your UO student account. If you have questions, call the UO Card Office at 541-346-3113.
Duck ID/Email Accounts
Claim your Duck ID to create a UO email account and get access to campus services.
Learn more about this account that manages access to Canvas, wireless systems, modems, VPNs, and email.
Explains the basics of UO email.
A UO-maintained online mail client for use with your UO email account.
Contact the Technology Service Desk for account support.
Prince Lucien Campbell (PLC) Room 068
1415 Kincaid St.
Eugene, OR 97403
M–F: 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Canvas is the course management system used by the University of Oregon. Canvas supports both face-to-face (on campus) and distance education (online) courses, offering functions such as:
- course materials (access to read, download, or print)
- discussion boards
- assignments (receive and submit)
- grades (view and monitor)
For information about fully online courses, please contact Online Education.
The Canvas login page is located at https://canvas.uoregon.edu.
Your Canvas login information is the same as your University of Oregon email account and email password. For example, email@example.com would login using "student" and their email password.
Canvas support for students is provided by the UO Technology Service Desk.