Be a Duck, Online

Find University of Oregon classes that fit your schedule or allow you to be away from campus. With online courses, you get more flexibility with when and how you study.


Student Canvas and Technology Support

Tickets, chat and phone support | 7 days, 6:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m.
541-346-4357 | livehelp.uoregon.edu

​​​​​Faculty Support for Canvas or Course Design 

Spring Term Hours

Phone/email or in-person in PLC rm. 68 | M-F 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.

541-346-1942 | uoonline@uoregon.edu


Technology Service Support

In-person appointments | M-F 8:00am. - 5:00pm

EMU computer lab | M-F 7:30 a.m.- 9:00 p.m. Sat 8:00a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Sun 10:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.

For hours and contact info, visit the Technology Service Desk.

UO Online expands the University of Oregon's educational mission beyond campus, taking UO's exceptional classroom teaching from face-to-face delivery into the virtual world and strengthening the university's reputation as a leader in research and teaching. We currently offer a selection of online courses as well as masters programs in Sports Product Management and Psychology that can be taken completely online. We do not currently offer undergraduate degree programs completely online.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Does UO have a fully online degree program?

UO offers a Sports Product Management Master of Science degree and a Master's in Psychology online. Currently, UO does not offer a fully online undergraduate degree or degree-completion program.

What courses are offered online?

The University of Oregon offers online courses from a number of academic programs, including online masters programs in Sports Product Management and Psychology. Find out how to search the class schedule for the full list of online courses.

How do I register for online classes?

If you have been an active student in the past year, you are already eligible to register for UO Online Courses and can do so via DuckWeb. If you are not an admitted UO student, you can register for up to 8 credits through the Community Education Program (CEP).

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