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Non-admitted students

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 Center for Academic Innovation
  3. Students approved to take undergraduate or graduate courses for use at another institution or life-long learning
  4. Members of the WOU staff

A non-admitted student is required to abide by all the rules and regulations of the university as listed in the catalog and schedule of classes..... Click Here

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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Saturday Visits - This Saturday (February 13)!

The Office of Admissions offers monthly Saturday tours. The tour will leave from the Werner University Center Information Desk at 11:00am. The tour will be of the core of our campus and does not include the residence halls. Parking for these tours will be at the Werner University Center- Lot H. Thank you and GO WOLVES!

Please contact the Office of Admissions at 503-838-8211 or wolfgram@wou.edu for more information.

Future Saturday Tour Dates:

•February 13, 2016
•March 12, 2016
•April 16, 2016
•May 7, 2016
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Please join us at NOON today in the Innovation Center (ITC 205) for the 5th installment of our Tech Teaching Initiative workshop series where we will explore concepts and principles of good practice regarding Building Student Self Efficacy.

Topics will include:

Self Efficacy Rationale, Meta-instruction, Access by design, Motivation, Progress tracking

Instructor presence, and Student engagement.

Hope to see you there.

Pls let me know if you have questions.

Dan Clark

Director, Center for Academic Innovation
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