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Ducks flocked to campus for Week of Welcome over the weekend. From Unpack the Quack to Saturday of Service to Convocation, we had a fantastic kick-off to the school year. Join us in 2018—Apply Now!

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Week of Welcome Events

Sep28
Adjusting to CollegeSep 28
2:00 p.m.
Duck Nest
Sep29
Fishbowl Fridays Game nightsSep 29
4:00 p.m.
Erb Memorial Union (EMU)
Oct5
Adjusting to College: First Generation StudentsOct 5
2:00 p.m.
Duck Nest
Oct12
Adjusting to College: Students of ColorOct 12
2:00 p.m.
Duck Nest
David Wineland
UO lands a Nobel Laureate

A giant in the world of quantum physics, David Wineland hopes to use his expertise to inspire and support UO students and researchers

Quantum Thinking
Hurtis Hadley discussing the Vanport flood with UO grad students
Resurfacing History

One of the worst disasters in Oregon history.
Two African American communities in Portland.
Three UO grad students document history.

Rediscover History

George Wickes on a rooftop

The Spy Who Taught Me

Former intelligence officer and UO professor George Wickes featured in Ken Burns’ new documentary “The Vietnam War”

READ HIS STORY

What's Happening

There’s a lot going on at the UO.

DNA strands
The Future Starts Now
The University of Oregon launches the $1 billion Phil and Penny Knight Campus for Accelerating Scientific Impact. The Knight Campus is designed to fast-track scientific discoveries into innovations, products, or cures to improve the quality of life for people in Oregon and throughout the world.
Explore Now

Committed to Inclusion

"... we will continue, with renewed vigor and commitment, our efforts to make this university more respectful, more inclusive, and more welcoming to people of all races and ethnicities; all nationalities and religions; all sexual orientations and gender identities; and all abilities."

President's Message

Access. Excellence. Experience.

One of our goals in the coming years is to redouble our commitment to providing a world-class education to every qualified Oregonian who wants one. Another goal: to catalyze a new era of creativity and discovery by attracting the best and most diverse minds—students and faculty—from around the world. And surpass even our own high expectations to become one of the preeminent research institutions, not just in the United States, but anywhere.