Join us on the EMU Green on September 24th, 2021 from 9am - 12pm to learn more about academic programs and engagement opportunities at UO as we kick off the academic year! During this event you’ll learn more about the different Flight Paths and all of the interesting majors, minors, course options, career paths, and other academic opportunities UO has to offer.
How to College Block
Explore Flight Paths
Check out information about the Flight Paths here. Are any of these majors/themes standing out to you?
Learn more about majors, minors, and programs
Check out the many majors and programs represented at the College Block In-Person Event on Friday, September 24th from 9-11am on the EMU Green. You can also check out information about these programs virtually before or after the event.
Last minute questions about your falls schedule? Check in with our advising kiosk to get connected with an advisor! Find more info about advising at UO here.
Win big with #NewFlockCollegeBlock
Post on instagram (maybe with our special guest, the Duck!) using the #NewFlockCollegeBlock hashtag and be entered into a raffle for gift cards to the Duck Store and Falling Sky!
Events & Experiences
Exploring Your Global Engagement Opportunities: How to Map the Next Four Years
Learn about the steps you can take right now to make education abroad a part of your college career with Global Education Oregon (GEO), the campus study abroad office. Discover more about remote global engagement experiences available this term, including no-credit global experiences specially designed for first-year students, #NoPassportNeeded Elements (virtual homestays and language partners), #NoVisaNeeded programs, and virtual internships.
Wellness and You: Self-care and Managing Stress in Your First Term
The transition to college can be both exciting and stressful. Learn more about wellness, self-care, and managing stress. Staff from University Counseling Services will share tips and answer your questions!
Supporting Your Academic Success: Resources to Hone Your Academic Skills
Whether it's tutoring, speed reading classes, or remote support, UO has resources for you. Learn about the array of academic support services available to you from day one. Get your questions answered and learn about the variety of academic services at the Tutoring and Academic Engagement Center and across campus.
Advising and You: Getting Started on Your Academic and Career Journey at the UO
Learn how when to connect to your advisors for academic and career support. Advisors and career coaches can help you navigate resources, find opportunities to get involved, and help you plan for the future. In this session, learn more about advising and career resources, how to connect with advisors and coaches, and have a chance to ask advising questions.
How to Get Involved in Undergraduate Research and Creative Work
Looking to get involved in an active learning experience outside of the classroom? UO's research pros will discuss the different ways you can get plugged into research on campus. See examples of other students' research projects, learn how to build connections with research faculty, and funding resources!
Plan Your Journey
Join advisors from Tykeson College and Career Advising who will answer your burning questions about all things advising to make sure you are prepared for the start of Fall! You can also follow Tykeson College and Career Advising on Instagram @uoadvising
Discovering your major isn't usually something that happens on its own. In this Q&A, academic advisors will share concrete steps you can take to continue your major exploration process. They'll share strategies and resources for exploring, as well as opportunities to explore your interests beyond the classroom.