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 college or university.
Step 8: Find out if you are eligible to pay in-state tuition
Tuition Equity or House Bill 2787 makes some students eligible to pay in-state tuition at Oregon public universities. Also, Tuition Equity students can now receive financial assistance in Oregon because of Senate Bill 932. Find out if you meet the Tuition Equity requirements here!
Step 9: Learn more about the transfer admissions process
Step 10: Paying for College
If you are undocumented or have DACA or a Temporary Protected Status (TPS), you do not qualify for federal financial aid. However, there are other resources and opportunities available to you to help you meet your education goals and expenses. For more information click here!
State of Oregon Scholarship and Resources
Institutional (OSU) Scholarship and Resources
Individual Development Account (IDA) such as, org. MatchedCollegeSavings.org, and E3Savings.org, which enable families with limited financial resources to save and build assets fast while developing good financial habits. You apply for a savings plan; the state then matches with a 1:5 ratio up to $8,000 for a total of $9,600 over 3 years.
Step 11: Become aware of the official transfer policies