Spring Third-Year Checklist

Stay on Track

These checklists provide reminders about academic dates, financial aid deadlines, and your PathwayOregon Partnership agreement.


Dates & Deadlines

See UO's Academic Calendar for a complete listing.

All Students
Date Activity/Deadline 
Spring Break Check 2021-2022 Financial Aid requirements
MAR 25 Financial aid refunds first become available
MAR 28

Last day for Complete Withdrawal and 100% refund

APR 1 Spring 2021 student bill due (10-day grace period)
APR 2 Summer 2021 course offerings available

Last day to drop a course with no “W”


Last day to add a class on DuckWeb

APR 30 Fall 2021 course offerings available
MAY 3 Summer 2021 Registration Begins
MAY 16

Last day to withdraw from a class with "W" (no refund)

Last day to change variable credits or grading option

MAY 17

Fall Registration Begins: check your holds & registration time  

MAY 31 Memorial Day - no classes

Last day to completely withdraw from all courses

JUN 7-11 Final Examinations
JUN 12 Commencement
JUN 21 Spring 2021 class begin
Late June Check 2021-2022 Financial Aid offer on DuckWeb


Spring Term Checklist

Third Year



Complete 2021-2022 financial aid requirements 




Graduation Plan




Complete an engagement activity





Considering graduate school? 



Partnership Agreement

PathwayOregon is committed to work in partnership with you to support your path to graduation. This agreement outlines how you will work with an advisor, create a graduation plan, and make progress toward earning your degree each year.

First Year


  • Meet with an academic advisor fall, winter, and spring terms
  • Meet at least once with a PathwayOregon advisor
  • Make progress toward general education requirements:
    • Complete one writing course (WR 121, WR 122/123)
    • Complete four areas of inquiry classes (Arts & Letters, Social Science, Science)
  • Begin coursework in either Math (Bachelor of Science) or Foreign Language (Bachelor of Arts)
  • Complete coursework in declared major or major(s) of interest
  • Earn 45 total credits to reach Sophomore class standing
  • Explore and set college-to-career goals

Second Year


  • Meet with an academic advisor:
  • Make progress toward general education requirements:
    • Complete writing requirement (WR 121 & WR 122/123)
    • Complete four additional areas of inquiry classes (AL, SSC, SCI)
    • Continue Math & Foreign Language (B.A./B.S.)
  • Begin 12 credits of upper-division (300- or 400-level) coursework
  • Earn 90 total credits to reach Junior class standing
  • Identify and prepare for career engagement activity

Third Year


  • Meet with a major advisor to complete a graduation plan, including:
  • Earn 36 credits upper-division (300- or 400-level) coursework
  • Earn 135 total credits to reach Senior class standing
  • Complete at least one career engagement activity

Fourth Year


  • Meet with a major advisor to confirm remaining major requirements
  • Earn 180 total credits and 62 upper-division credits to be eligible to graduate
  • Complete the “Apply for Undergraduate Degree” form on DuckWeb
  • Plan for college-to-career transition