Are you a transfer student?
A transfer student has successfully completed at least 36 quarter hour (24 semester) graded, transferable credits from one or more regionally accredited colleges and universities. Please see the Transfer Student Checklist below, and visit the Transfer Student Admissions Requirements for information on applying to OSU as a transfer student.
If you are a high school graduate or GED holder with fewer than 36 quarter/24 semester college credits, you will be considered a first-year student. Visit the First-Year Student Admissions Requirements for information on applying to OSU as a first-year student.
Step #1: Choose a Major
We recommend determining which College of Forestry major you would like to pursue here at Oregon State as early as possible. Your OSU major will determine which classes we recommend you take prior to your transfer to OSU.
FOREST ENGINEERING─Corvallis campus
NATURAL RESOURCES─Corvallis campus; OSU-Cascades (Bend, OR); Eastern Oregon University (La Grande, OR); online through OSU
TOURISM & OUTDOOR LEADERSHIP─OSU-Cascades (Bend, OR)
RENEWALBE MATERIALS─Corvallis campus
Step #2: Determine how your credits will 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).
Credits from institutions Outside of Oregon:
- Create a transcript of credits by using the Single Course Search Tool.
Step #3: See how your credits count towards your OSU degree!
Forestry Transfer Guides
If you are currently attending or plan on attending an Oregon community college, please see the College of Forestry’s Transfer Guides to view transfer articulation guides for each of our seven undergraduate majors.
- Required Forestry Curriculum
Track your OSU degree progress with the advising guide or required curriculum for your major.
Step #4: Degree Partnership Program (optional)
The Degree Partnership Program (DPP) is a pathway to completing a university degree more quickly and more affordably. This program allows you to be jointly admitted and enrolled at Oregon State University and any community college partner. Visit OSU Degree Partnership Program for more information, or contact Rick Debellis, DPP Coordinator at Oregon State University.
Step #5: Stay in Touch!
If you have questions, please contact our Prospective Student Advisor through the Request More Information webpage. We would be happy to send you an email with additional information, and can schedule a telephone or in-person appointment to assist you in planning a future transfer to Oregon State!