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Our long-established strong priority of student learning and development makes WOU a great choice for every student wanting to be challenged and supported in their academic development as a person who is afforded the respect of being known by their name, not an identification number or as just another student.
WOU has a dual enrollment agreement with Chemeketa Community College. Please contact the WOU Financial Aid Office toll free at 1-877-877-1593 for more information.
Transfer students from other states
Students from the surrounding Western states can transfer to WOU through the use of their state’s transfer degrees. These transfer degrees enable students to transition to WOU having met our Liberal Arts Core Curriculum (LACC).
Transfer students are strongly encouraged to live in university housing. Options include apartments with full kitchens, suite style rooms and family housing. Learn more at WOU: Housing & Dining.
Transfer Student, Orientation, Advising and Registration is the first opportunity for admitted transfer students to register for fall term courses. In addition to registering for courses, students will attend academic advising with faculty, learn about valuable campus resources, receive ID cards and tour the residence halls.
Upcoming Transfer Student, Orientation, Advising and Registration (TSOAR): Saturday, May 16, 2015 Students are required to register for TSOAR via their WOU Portal. More information about registration and the TSOAR program will be mailed to students in late April.
For more information
Contact the Office of Admissions at 503-838-8211 or toll-free at 1-877-877-1593 (ext. 1).Tentative Transfer Student, Orientation, Advising and Registration Program Agenda
Check-in; Teacher Education Majors, Pre-Nursing Majors, and Students Taking the Biology Placement Test (Werner University Center)
Student ID Card Photgraphs8:30 a.m. Mandatory Advising Session - Teacher Education Majors and Pre-Nursing Majors
Check-in; All Other Majors (Werner University Center)
Student ID Card Photographs9:30 a.m.
Welcome & Financial Aid Update10:00 a.m.
General Advising Session
Transitioning to WOU Session for Family Members and Guests10:30 a.m.
Academic Advising & Web Registration
Student Services Fair11:00 a.m. Lunch
Tour of Campus and Residence Halls
Non-Traditional Student Lounge Open House1:00 p.m.
Tour of Campus and Residence Halls
In efficient addition to normal course articulation, students can transfer to WOU through the use of their state’s or institution’s transfer degrees. These transfer degrees enable students to transition to WOU having met our Liberal Arts Core Curriculum (LACC).
incoming students spend a week on the campus before classes begin leaning about programs, services, and other key elements of the college experience. Learn about New Student Week
WOU is one of the most affordable universities in the west. Students at WOU receive a small college experience at the price of a public university.
All students are strongly encouraged to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year. Oregon residents should actively apply for these new funds by completing the FAFSA. For more information, go to www.getcollegefunds.org.
WOU offers many scholarships, some specifically for transfer students.
Other scholarships that are open to all incoming students: Diversity Commitment, Leadership and Service and David Brody Scholarship.
Western Undergraduate Exchange Participating states
WOU is the only public university in the west to guarantee that its tuition for undergraduate students will not increase during the four years it takes to complete a degree. Transfer students receive a pro-rated guarantee period with 15 transfer credits equal to one-third of an academic year. The program is automatic and mandatory or Oregon residents and WUE program participants.
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WOU offers WUE awards to transfer students who are residents of one of the 13 western states that participate in the program. WUE students receive a tuition rate of only 50 percent above Oregon residents. This is a savings of nearly $9,000 per year. All majors are open to WUE students.
The Oregon Opportunity Grant
The Oregon Opportunity Grant provides financial support to low and middle-income families. Because the state of Oregon is committed to making college more afford-able to more families this grant is money that will not need to be paid back.
All students can use the Academic Advising and Learning Center for advising. Students with a declared major have a faculty adviser to support their progress towards a degree and success at WOU.
The Office of Service Learning and Career Development offers students assistance in securing internships, career development, preparing résumés and job searches.
The Academic Advising and Learning Center provides free tutoring—just ask!
Transfer students are eligible to apply for selection into the WOU Honors Program.
The Student Enrichment Program provides services and a supportive environment to equip first generation, low income and students with disabilities with skills to be successful in college. The purpose of this program is to increase the retention and graduation rates of this student population.
Transfer students can participate in an educational experience through Study Abroad and International Exchanges at over 100 foreign universities.
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