Supporting transfer students on their path to OSU

We provide support for students before, during, and after the process of transferring from a community college to OSU or another university.

Please reach out with questions or to set up a meeting! We can help with selecting community college courses that transfer into your major, finding ways to pay for college, and helping you feel at home at college.



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Our team supports transfer students by:
  • Helping select and apply to community colleges and universities
  • Assisting with financial aid and scholarship processes
  • Advising and coaching as you select your classes and major
  • Helping navigate transfer processes and completing necessary university paperwork
  • Connecting you to resources
  • Providing internship and job application support
  • And more!

Transfer Student Resources from Open Campus



Transfer Tuesday Videos

Videos from the Open Campus team sharing transfer tips, resources, and more to support you on your transfer journey!

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Articles with Transfer Tips

Our team has written several articles with helpful tips on the transfer process. Check out this article on What to Consider while at Community College and this article on Once You Know Where You Want to Transfer.

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Reach out for help!

We have Open Campus and Juntos coordinators across the state to work with you on the transfer process. Find the closest coordinator to you and reach out to set up an appointment. We also have a dedicated Oregon State transfer point of contact page!

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OSU Transfer Resources

How to dual enroll with the Degree Partnership Program?

The Degree Partnership Program (DPP) allows students to be jointly admitted and concurrently enrolled at Oregon State University and any Oregon community college (see the list of partner schools). With the Degree Partnership Program, you will have access to an OSU advisor and transcripts are automatically sent back and forth between schools.

How do you a pick a university major?

Choosing your major at OSU is an important part of the transfer process. This is a big choice - OSU offers more than 200 undergraduate programs (majors, options, double degrees, etc.) for students to choose. Once you decide what you want to study, you can make sure you are taking the right classes at your community college to meet the requirements of your OSU major. 

How will your classes transfer to OSU?

OSU offers several ways to see how your community college classes will transfer to OSU, including transfer guides for each community college,  the TESS system where you can plug in your classes to see how they align with OSU majors, or the single course search tool if you just want to look up how a class or two transfer to OSU.