Degree Partnership Program

Oregon State University participates in the Degree Partnership Program with community colleges in Oregon and Hawaii. The program allows dual enrollment at both Oregon State and partner community colleges.

What is the Degree Partnership Program?

Information covered in the video applies to all Partnership Programs at OSU. If you are partnered with LBCC, learn more from LBCC's DPP site.

About the Degree Partnership Program

The Degree Partnership Program (DPP) promotes educational attainment and bachelor's degree completion by allowing students to be jointly admitted and concurrently enrolled at Oregon State University and Oregon or Hawaii community colleges. Learn More about our program, goals, and how to become a partner.

Prospective DPP Student Resources

Current DPP Student Resources

Are you attending school at one of our partners?

Check out our DPP Partners page to contact your community college about DPP opportunities.

 

The DPP Works with Ecampus Programs

The Degree Partnership Program stands with our Black students, students of color, and communities of color.

"As a university community, we must join together to ensure that all members of the OSU community — students, faculty, staff and visitors — not only feel welcomed and safe, but experience our community as a place to thrive."

-President Emeritus Ed Ray