OSU is committed to supporting our undocumented and DACAmented transfer students. As an undocumented or DACA student, know that transferring to Oregon State University is simple. However, we do understand that it can become confusing and overwhelming knowing where to start. With this guide, we can guide and provide the information you'll need to successfully transfer to OSU.
It is important that you start planning at least one and a half years before your intended first term at OSU (Example, if you wish to transfer fall of 2021 start planning in the summer of 2020)
Step 1: Explore our majors
Step 2: Request Information from OSU to determine if this is the right school for you
Step 3: Complete the Oregon Student Aid Application (ORSAA)
Step 4: Learn more about the Degree Partnership Program (DPP)
Step 5: Find and make an appointment with a transfer advisor
Step 6: Determine which courses will transfer to OSU
Step 7: Visit Campus
OSU admits transfer students every term. To be considered a transfer student, you must have already graduated high school or earned your GED, and have successfully completed a minimum of at least 24 transferable quarter hours or 16 semester credit hours from one or more regionally accredited colleges or universities.
Step 8: Find out if you are eligible to pay in-state tuition
Step 9: Learn more about the transfer admissions process
Step 10: Paying for College
Step 11: Become aware of the official transfer policies
OSU accepts transfer admission applications throughout the academic year, however, each term has different admissions deadlines, so be sure to check and submit all of your required documents before the deadline of the term you wish to apply. Also, remember that to be considered for certain institutional scholarships, you must submit your admission application and required supporting documents by a very specific time, so please do check all important deadlines.
Step 12: Are you ready to apply?
Step 13: Are you eligible for Tuition Equity? (Step 8 should help you determine this)
Step 14: Submit all additional require/supporting documents to the office of admission
Step 15: Check on your application status
Once you receive your admissions letter to OSU, pay close attention and follow the “Next Steps for Admitted Transfer students”. These steps will guide you in setting up your OSU account along with other relevant information.
Step 16: Next Steps for Admitted Transfer Students