There are two domestic transfer pathways into OSU. One pathway is as a traditional transfer student. Another is as a Degree Partnership Program (DPP) transfer student. Both pathways grant you admissions into OSU! If you are an international student, there are unique pathways depending on your needs (see below).
You can apply to OSU as a transfer DPP student as soon as you meet the OSU DPP admissions criteria. Once admitted, you would be considered a student at OSU and any Oregon or Hawaii community college partners. Once admitted, you have 10 terms (roughly 2 years) to take a class at OSU. During those 10 terms you have an "active student status" which means each of those 10 terms you would be able to “dual enroll” at both OSU and your partner school, take classes at OSU only, or just take classes at the partner community college. It depends on your situation and what works best for you!
As a DPP student, you have an "active student status" (even if you do not attend OSU right away) which allows you access to important advising resources such as:
There are many more benefits using DPP to transfer into OSU!
Degree Partnership Program (DPP) Transfer
Are you already admitted? Find out about next steps as an admitted OSU student.