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A non-admitted student (non-degree seeking student) must meet one of the following circumstances:

  1. High school students participating in an official WOU high school partnership program
  2. Students enrolled in courses through the Division of Extended Programs
  3. Students approved to take undergraduate or graduate courses for use at another institution or life-long learning
  4. Members of the WOU staff

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Post-Baccalaureate Application

Students who have already completed a bachelors degree from an accredited college or university may still need to take some undergraduate coursework to apply towards a graduate program requirements, a second degree, or just for personal benefit.  If you received your bachelors degree from Western Oregon University, there is no cost for this application.  If your degree is from another college or university the cost for this application is $60.00.  Click Here for the Post-Bacc Application.

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We in University Housing are excited to inform you that we have begun the application process for Resident Assistant (RA) positions for the 2016-2017 academic year! Below we have included a brief position description in case you know students who might be a good fit for this unique and rewarding leadership experience on campus.

Brief position description:

Resident Assistants are students who act as resources to their peers. RAs have the responsibility of building community within a living area, planning programs and activities for students, role-modeling appropriate behaviors and ways to deal with conflict, and working with a team of other RAs to manage a building and community. RAs receive training in all of these areas, as well as opportunities for personal growth through a 3 credit-hour class in Spring term, a intensive training just prior to Fall term, and in-service training during the academic year. In addition, RAs are compensated with room and board for the full academic year and a small monthly stipend. This position has many personal rewards as well!

For their varied responsibilities, prospective RAs should already possess (to some degree) and be willing to develop the following skills:

- strong academic performance

- positive role modeling and good judgement

- administrative and organizational sense

- interpersonal, communication, and conflict management capabilities

- time management and commitment to balance


Monday, November 23 – Applications available online and in University Housing (Ackerman Hall)

Tuesday, December 1st 6pm – 7pm – RA Information Night – Mt. Jefferson, Valsetz

Wednesday, December 2nd 6pm – 7pm – RA Information Night – Ackerman 139

Tuesday, January 5th 5pm – 6pm – RA Information Night – Ackerman 141

Friday, January 13 – Applications (including letters of reference) are due to University Housing by 5pm


If you know a student who may be interested or qualified, and would make an outstanding resource to their peer, please send me their name. We would love to reach out to them personally to invite them to apply.

If you or any students have questions about the position or application process, please contact me at GibsonL@wou.edu or 503-838-8302.

Thank you,



Lindsey Gibson

Coordinator of Housing Operations

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