Welcome to the Clark Honors College class of 2020! You become a part of our community even before classes begin.
Check These Off Your List As Soon As Possible
When You're Admitted: Apply for Housing
By May 1st: Let Us Know You're Joining Us
By June 30th: Sign up for IntroDUCKtion
IntroDUCKtion is the summer orientation program for new students and their families to become acquainted with the University of Oregon and the Clark Honors College. During IntroDUCKtion you will meet with an academic advisor and sign up for fall term classes. As a CHC student, you MUST attend one of the below sessions for honors college students:
- 2017 IntroDUCKtion schedule coming soon!
A separate orientation program is available to Hawaiian residents through Student Orientation Programs.
What If I Can't Make It?
If you are unable to attend in July, you will complete advising and fall term registration during Week of Welcome in September.
You're Almost There
July: Attend IntroDUCKtion
September 19th: Early Move-In
As a Clark Honors College student you will move into on-campus housing on September 19th, prior to the standard university move-in day on September 22nd. This early move-in happens the day before the CHC's new student orientation (NSO) begins to give you a chance to get settled.
You will be charged a daily fee by UO Housing for each of the three days that you are in the residence hall prior to normal university move-in. This fee includes meals and generally ranges from $48 to $85 per day, depending on the room type and meal plan you have signed up for.
This orientation, specific to Clark Honors College students, will introduce you to other new students, honors college faculty and staff, your CHIP group, and returning student CHIP leader. You will engage in group discussions, learn about opportunities and resources available to you, and eat some ice cream.
September 22nd–25th: Week of Welcome
—Hannah Fuller, BS '15
Meet With Your CHC Faculty Advisor
Go to a CHC Student Association Meeting
Visit Office Hours
When You're Ready—Declare a Major
There are 77 undergraduate majors available to you at the University of Oregon. Go ahead and pick one, or two, or three! If you are still exploring your options you do not have to declare a major right away, but we do suggest that you have one lined up by the end of your second year.
Visit the Registrar's Office for information on how to declare your major.