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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Step 1: Make a list of preferred FIGs
Make sure to complete this step before the day of FIG registration.
Your first step in signing up for a FIG is to look through our entire list of FIGs!
After you’ve looked through the FIGs, create a list of 3+ FIGs that you are interested in taking.*
FIGs fill up quickly but do not fret if you don't get your first choice! You will have the opportunity to make changes at IntroDUCKtion.
Step 2: Know your student ID # and DuckWeb login!
FIG registration goes through the DuckWeb information system (duckweb.uoregon.edu). Logging into DuckWeb requires you to input your UO ID # (number beginning with 95) as well as your Personal Access Code (PAC). Make sure you know this information prior to the day of FIG registration.
Step 3: Sign up for a FIG!
Remember that FIG registration opens at 4:00 PM Pacific Time on Tuesday, May 15.
After logging in, from the main menu navigate to the Admissions Menu. Within this menu, there will be the option to “Register for IntroDUCKtion and FIGs.” Choose this option and from here you will be able to choose a FIG! Simply select a FIG from the drop-down menu and click “Save Selection.” Following is a screenshot of this webpage so you can see what it will look like when you register.
Step 4: Enjoy your summer and talk to us at your IntroDUCKtion session
Congratulations, you are now signed up for a FIG! If you have additional questions about your FIG post-registration, you can always contact us. Otherwise we’ll look forward to seeing you at your IntroDUCKtion session!
Please note: Once your early FIG selection is made, no changes can be processed until you attend IntroDUCKtion.