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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

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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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February 11: “Lying is the Most Powerful Weapon in War”

Mike Hastie, Veterans for Peace

Mike Hastie is a Vietnam veteran who dedicated his life to informing the public of the nature of war and the need for public action to challenge the military policies as the first option in international affairs. He presents powerful imagery and direct experience to provide insight to the nature and consequences of war.

Health and Wellness Center, Room 105 (HWC105), 4-5 pm.

This is part of a larger exploration of peace, see below for details.

Perspectives on Peace
A Speaker Series for the Western Oregon University
and Monmouth Area Community

Sponsored by the WOU Division of Social Sciences

All talks take place at 4 pm at Western Oregon’s Health and Wellness Center Room 105 (HWC105).

March 3: "World Peace Lessons Learned From The Nobel Peace Laureates"

Gary Spanovich, Executive Director, Wholistic Peace Institute

Mr. Spanovich’s Wholistic Peace Institute is dedicated to employing the wisdom of prominent advocates of peace to educate the public in the true costs of war and conflict and the possible paths towards non-violence.

His presentation will be a montage of film and other materials based on the writings and public speeches of Nobel Peace Prize winners.

March 10: “War, Peace, and the Refugee Crisis in Europe”

Dr. Eliot Dickinson, Political Science, Western Oregon University

Dr. Dickinson is a professor at WOU who has specialized in comparative politics, with special emphasis on immigration. He recently returned from a year in Austria where he was able to study and see first hand how the present violence in the Middle East has driven people towards Europe and the responses of the receiving nations.

His talk will address this situation and how war both directly and indirectly affects people, politics, and societies.

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