Remember, every partner school operates differently! If you have just added DPP to your OSU application, you should receive an email from your partner school telling you about next steps at their institution within 2 weeks of being admitted to OSU. If you would like to contact your partner school directly, view the contact lists here!

Click here to review the many advantages so you can know how to maximize transferring into OSU as a DPP student.

To-Do:

1. Use Advising Resources

2. Financial Aid to-do

3. Review DPP Advantages

1. Use advising resources while taking courses at your community college so you know that you are taking courses that will transfer and count towards your OSU degree.

- MyDegrees: MyDegrees is a web-based degree checklist program and academic advising tool designed to assist students and advisors in reviewing degree progress. It organizes a student's academic transcript chronologically and categorically, identifying courses they have completed and courses still needed to fulfill the degree requirements. To log-in visit mydegrees.oregonstate.edu.

- Learn what your OSU courses are called at your community college by using our articulation tables.

- Learn which Baccalaureate Core courses are available at your community college by using our Baccalaureate Core   Equivalency Guide.

- Connect with an advisor if you have not done so (head advisors, click here) to ensure that the courses you take at the community college is counting towards your OSU degree!

2. Make sure you fill out your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) every year, available in October and add OSU (school code:003210) and your community college partner! If you are an undocumented student, fill out the ORSAA, available in October.

-Make sure you understand how financial aid works as a DPP student by watching this video!

3. Review the many advantages of DPP so you can maximize the program.