New Employee Orientation Programs

Orienting new employees to the university is critical to establishing successful, productive working relationships.

New Employee Orientation Programs facilitated by University HR provides new employees with information to help them succeed in their roles and engage in the campus community.

All officers of administration, classified employees, faculty, and GEs are encouraged to participate in UO New Employee Orientation Programs within the first 90 days of employment.

Employees should coordinate with their supervisor to make sure the orientation date selected fits with their schedule. NEO registration requires authentication with a DuckID and password. If you or your employees are unable to register in MyTrack, please contact Learning and Development at


 New Employee Orientation Programs

Program Description Registration Link

New Employee Orientation Programs: Mission, Shared Responsibilities, & Engagement Opportunities

In this monthly session, new employees learn about their responsibilities, UO community standards, and the campus resources and engagement opportunities available to faculty and staff. To fit a more diverse range of schedules, this session is offered on alternating Tuesday mornings or Thursday afternoons each month. Please follow the registration link for more information and details on upcoming dates.

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New Faculty & Staff Community Orientation and Resource Fair

This onboarding experience offers opportunities to connect with other new employees, learn about available university resources and support at our resource fair, and join subject experts for information sessions designed to support your success as part of the UO community. Currently offered in Fall and Spring Terms. 

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Employee Benefits Overview

In this informational session, we’ll discuss benefit eligibility, provide a review of plans, and offer retirement information. If you’re interested in expanding your knowledge of benefits available to UO employees, please register today.

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Care for Students: Supporting Student Mental Health and Wellbeing 

In strengthening our community of care for students, we invite our UO faculty and staff who find themselves concerned about a student’s mental health and wellbeing and wanting to learn how to more effectively respond and help. While you might not be a mental health professional, there are many ways to be of support to students and demonstrate your care. This presentation provides participants the opportunity to learn how to reach out to students along with what campus resources and support are available for students and UO employees when these situations arise. 

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Benefits Information for New Employees

YOU & Benefits: Employee benefits enrollment
For benefit-eligible employees only.
To enroll in UO benefits, employees review their benefit options and complete the enrollment process.
Eligible employees must select and enroll in benefit plans within 30 days of hire