Welcome prospective first-year students! If you are eligible to apply and be admitted to OSU, then you are eligible to be in the DPP program. Requirements can be found here.

Before registering for any classes, it is essential that you know what courses you need to take for your degree at OSU. If you are a new or currently admitted OSU student, you must attend a START orientation program before you enroll in courses. If you will be admitted as a distance degree student, you will need to complete the Ecampus Online Oreintation program. International students should contact International Student and Faculty Services (ISFS) at 541-737-6310.

Advising Resources:

Step 1: Understand OSU's academic structure, and the main components of an OSU degree.

Step 2: Determine how your credits transfer.

  • Credits from Oregon Institutions: 
    • For credits from Oregon colleges or universities, you can use our Articulation Tables.  
    • For two year colleges in Oregon and Hawaii, consult our Baccalaureate Core Equivalency Guide for Baccalaureate Core courses only (OSU’s general education requirements).
    • Transfer guides also provide course equivalency information between OSU and Oregon community colleges.
  • Credits from institutions Outside of Oregon
    < >Create a transcript of credits by using the Single Course Search Tool.click here!

Step 3: Now see how the credits count towards your OSU degree!

Step 4: Please contact us if you have any questions!

What classes do I take at my partner school?

Once you know what courses you need to take for your OSU degree, begin determining which of those courses you can take at your partner school using our Transfer Information & Articulation Tables A-Z guides or our Baccalaureate Core Equivalency Guide.

For important academic information and deadlines, view our OSU Academic Calendar!

Need help registering for classes at your partner school? Have any other DPP questions? Contact us!

Want to take all of your courses at your partner school? No problem!

You have 10 terms before you need to start taking classes at OSU. It is important to know that in order to get locked into a set of OSU Catalog Requirements for a specific major, students need to take at least one OSU class. DPP students may want to consider

Additional resources:

OSU Catalog & Schedule of Classes

OSU Registrar (Registration Information)

Dual Enrollment and Articulation Agreements

Summer Session Resoruses for Advisors