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
OSU offers more than 200 undergraduate programs (majors, options, double degrees, etc.) for students to choose. Begin exploring options here by sorting based on your intended OSU campus, academic college or delivery method.
Step 2: Request Information from OSU to determine if this is the right school for you
Thank you for your interest in Beaver Nation! We are excited to tell you more, but first tell us more about you by completing the Undergraduate Inquiry Form.
Step 3: Complete the Oregon Student Aid Application (ORSAA)
Not sure if you need to file the FAFSA or the ORSAA? Take a quiz here!
If you are an Oregon resident and identify with any of the following, undocumented status, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) status, and/or Temporary Protected Status (TPS).
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You must file and complete an application every year to be eligible for some types of state grants, and scholarships. The application opens every year on October 1
Step 4: Learn more about the Degree Partnership Program (DPP)
DPP is a pathway to completing your OSU degree more quickly and more affordable. This program allows you to be jointly admitted and an active student at OSU and anycommunity college partner in Oregon and Hawaii.
Step 5: Find and make an appointment with a transfer advisor
Find out when a transfer advisor will be visiting your area, to get more information on how to schedule an appointment to discuss your transfer path to OSU and to help answer your admissions-related questions.
Step 6: Determine which courses will transfer to OSU
Step 7: Visit Campus