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OUS Campus Transfer Links

Because of the increasing number of students entering OUS fromEastern Oregon University students community colleges, a number of resources and systems have been developed to help you transfer credits most effectively.   For an overview of OUS admissions policies for transfer students, go to Admission: Transfer Undergraduate  and visit campus websites for the specific guidelines at the universities that interests you.

If you are not ready to transfer but are planning to in the future, also explore the Planning to Transfer page and its sections.  If you are an Oregon community college student interested in transitioning to an OUS school, don’t miss the Oregon Transfer Days. Through this annual tour every January and February, admissions representatives from Oregon’s public and private four-year universities visit all seventeen Oregon community college to help students understand their transfer options. All OUS campuses offer the opportunity for dual enrollment through Degree Partnership Programs throughout the state, as well as articulation agreements, transfer degrees, and numerous other tools to plan your transfer and make your transition easy and seamless. 

Finally, the OUS Viewbook: Freshman and Transfer Undergraduate Admission Information 2012-13 (PDF)  is an introductory brochure for prospective freshman and transfer students on Oregon's seven public universities and branch campus, including descriptions of each campus, programs offered, and general application guidelines.

University Transfer Links:

Links to information on pathways for transfer students at Oregon’s seven public universities are below.  

You an also use ATLAS u.select to pull courses and apply them to degree requirements in order to see how courses will count towards one or more degrees at OUS institutions.

"Reverse Transfer" Degree: Some students transfer into 4-year universities before they complete an associate’s degree at a community college. A pilot program between Oregon’s public community colleges and universities will begin to offer students the option of obtaining an associate's degree through “Reverse Transfer.”

University Advising Links: 

Interinstitutional Exchange Policy – Some students choose to study at another OUS campus for a portion of their education. OUS campus exchange policy allows up to one year of study at another OUS campus

Other Advising Resources:

  • OUS Native American Resource Guide This publication offers information about campus resources, web sites, financial aid resources, community college transfer processes, distance education, and more for Native American students and families.
  • The College is Possible website at www.oregonopportunities.gov offer guidance to adults who are considering returning to postsecondary education.