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How To: Meet Your FIG and Find Your Summer Assignment

Looking for your summer assignment or curious about your FIG? Here is a step-by-step guide to navigating our website.

Step 1: Navigate your way to the “Prospective Students” tab and then select “Current FIG Options” from the menu on the left. We have also linked it here for your convenience!

Step 2: Scroll down and find your FIG from our list of current options.

Looking for a FIG? It's not too late! Give us a call today.

It's not too late to sign up for a FIG! Give us a call at (541) 346-1131 or send us an email at figs@uoregon.edu and we will help you find your FIG community.

 

Post-IntroDUCKtion FIG Registration

For students who already attended IntroDUCKtion:

If you want to sign up for a FIG, you still can! On our Current FIG Options page, we have all 56 of our FIGs and list them as either open or closed for enrollment. This is a great page to visit if you want to learn more about a particular FIG and if you can sign up for it.

FIG Registration at IntroDUCKtion

Location of FIG Registration on Day 2 of IntroDUCKtion.

Find Your FIG at IntroDUCKtion

Welcome to the University of Oregon! We are so excited to meet you. With IntroDUCKtion beginning this week, here is all you need to know about how to sign up or learn more about FIGs!

FIG Registration Open May 15th - June 8th

EARLY FIG REGISTRATION IS OPEN MAY 15th - JUNE 8th ON DUCKWEB

Registering for a FIG is as easy as this four-step process. Follow each of these steps and you’ll be well on your way to finding the FIG for you and having a great first term experience at the UO!

If you have any questions about the FIG registration process call us at 541-346-1131 or email us at figs@uoregon.edu

breaking barriers

Featured FIG Theme: Breaking Barriers

Joining a First-Year Interest Group (FIG) during fall term is one of the easiest ways to transition to college while staying on track to graduate on time. The philosophy of the FIG program is to help students build an academic home comprised of other first-year students with similar interests, an upper classman peer mentor (FIG Assistant), and a faculty mentor who help the students make connections all across campus.

passport to world cultures

Feature FIG Theme: Passport to World Culture

Joining a First-Year Interest Group (FIG) during fall term is one of the easiest ways to transition to college while staying on track to graduate on time. The philosophy of the FIG program is to help students build an academic home comprised of other first-year students with similar interests, an upper classman peer mentor (FIG Assistant), and a faculty mentor who help the students make connections all across campus.

culture in review

Featured FIG Theme: Culture in Review

Joining a First-Year Interest Group (FIG) during fall term is one of the easiest ways to transition to college while staying on track to graduate on time. The philosophy of the FIG program is to help students build an academic home comprised of other first-year students with similar interests, an upper classman peer mentor (FIG Assistant), and a faculty mentor who help the students make connections all across campus.

Science and Society

Featured FIG Theme: Science and Society

Joining a First-Year Interest Group (FIG) during fall term is one of the easiest ways to transition to college while staying on track to graduate on time. The philosophy of the FIG program is to help students build an academic home comprised of other first-year students with similar interests, an upper classman peer mentor (FIG Assistant), and a faculty mentor who help the students make connections all across campus.

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