February 2nd, 2015
For Fall 2015 first-year and transfer applicants: all documents (i.e. transcripts, test scores, etc.) must be submitted by February 13th for scholarship consideration.
Send documents to:
Oregon State University- Office of Admissions
104 Kerr Administration Bldg
Corvallis, OR 97331
The newest version of the SAT and ACT exams include a written essay portion. OSU requires students graduating in the year 2006 and beyond to submit scores for the new SAT Reasoning Test including the written essay test, or ACT test scores including the ACT writing exam.
Note: Only scores sent electronically from College Board (SAT) and/or ACT will be considered official and used for admission purposes.
It is not an advantage to pay extra for “rush” scores and in some cases may add to the time it will take to process the scores within our office.
The SAT college code for Oregon State University is 4586.
The ACT college code for Oregon State University is 3482.
January 26th, 2015
The priority deadline for consideration for admission to Oregon State and for university scholarships is this Sunday, February 1st! Students who have applied by the priority deadline of Feb. 1st must have all supporting documents (official transcripts, official test scores) to the OSU Office of Admissions by Feb. 13.
The SAT college code for Oregon State is 4586.
The ACT college code for Oregon State is 3482.
Official transcripts can be mailed to:
Office of Admissions
Oregon State University
104 Kerr Administration Building
Corvallis, OR 97331
Join Beaver Nation and apply now!
January 7th, 2015
Happy New Year from OSU Admissions! Whether you are admitted and finalizing your decision or a junior just starting the college selection process, this Spring Preview is a great way to learn more about Oregon State University. Register for one of our programs and spend an afternoon meeting with representatives from key academic and administrative areas. You’ll have a chance to tour the campus, housing facilities and talk to OSU studenst about why they chose to be a part of Beaver Nation. We hope to see you and your families on campus!
- Monday, February 16th
- Friday, March 27th
- Monday, March 30th
- Friday, April 10th
November 26th, 2014
Oregon State’s University Honors College (UHC) has been ranked one of the “best value programs” in the nation, ranking 4.5 on a scale of 5.
The UHC is one of only a handful of degree-granting honors colleges in the United States – this means you will graduate with an Honors Baccalaureate degree – Oregon State’s most prestigious undergraduate degree! With small, interactive classes of 12 to 20 students and hands-on learning opportunities; the UHC provides a small college environment with the resources and opportunities of Oregon’s premiere research institution.
Congratulations to the University Honors College!
November 12th, 2014
Attention Benson, Aloha, Roosevelt, Beaverton and Grant High School students!
Ready to apply to Oregon State? OSU Admissions will be at your high school next month as part of our @BeaverVIP Program. This is an on-the-spot admit program where qualified students will have the opportunity to meet with one of our admissions representatives and receive their admissions decision right then and there!
Please visit your college or career center for more information and to sign up as spaces are limited. Below are a list of the dates and times we will be visiting your school. We hope you can participate!
Benson High School: Tuesday December 9th, 9am-12pm
Aloha High School: Wednesday December 10th, 9am-12pm
Roosevelt High School: Thursday December 11th, 9am-12pm
Beaverton High School: Friday December 12th, 11am-2pm
US Grant High School: Tuesday December 16th, 9am-12pm
October 7th, 2014
Want to come see what Beaver Nation is all about? Then come visit Oregon State University on Saturday, October 25th for our Beaver Open House Program! Prospective students and families will have the opportunity to learn more about admissions, financial aid and scholarships, academic programs, student life, tour campus and much more. Visiting campus is a great way to see if Beaver Nation is the right place for you!
Register online for Beaver Open House or for any visit to campus that best fits your needs. We look forward to having you at on campus.
September 5th, 2014
The application for admission to Oregon State University for the Fall 2015 academic year is now live! We invite all high school seniors and transfer students looking to join Beaver Nation to start the application process. Be sure to check out more detailed information regarding admission requirements and deadlines at oregonstate.edu/admissions.
Our first application deadline for early round notification is November 1st. A completed application includes an online application submitted, official transcripts on file and official SAT and/or ACT test scores sent directly from the testing agency to Oregon State. First-year students with completed applications by November 1st will be notified of their status by December 20th.
If you have any questions, contact your Admissions Adviser or the Office of Admissions for assistance.
September 3rd, 2014
This fall, Oregon State will be offering new a new master’s and doctoral degree program in robotics! OSU will now be part of one of a few universities in the U.S. to offer such programs and will place Beaver Nation at the forefront of robotics research and education.
“We’re talking about driverless cars, improved care for the elderly and disabled, robotic surgery, and robotic limbs,” said Kagan Tumer, an OSU professor of mechanical engineering. “The impact of robotics is extending beyond factories and labs, into the everyday lives of ordinary citizens, and we envision OSU graduates as becoming leaders of these changes.”
For more information about the robotics program at OSU, visit robotics.oregonstate.edu/.
August 26th, 2014
Washington Monthly has named Oregon State No.87 in the 2014 National Universities Rankings. They ranked schools based on the following categories:
- Social Mobility: recruiting and graduation low-income students
- Research: producing cutting edge scholarship and PhDs
- Service: encouraging students to give something back to their country
The Oregonian highlights Oregon State as as “Oregon’s best big research university:”
Oregon State ranked high for admitting lots of low-income students, giving reasonable financial aid to students from families making less than $75,000 and getting a high proportion of its students to graduate.
Oregon State also has a high number of students who join the Peace Corp or ROTC. Last year, Oregon State had over $285 million dollars in research funding. All of this combined, and much more, make Oregon State one of the top institutions in the U.S. Way to go Beaver Nation!
August 20th, 2014
Have you heard of the phrase the “Freshman 15”? If not, this is a common phrase amongst college students implying that in your first year you will gain 15 pounds as you experience eating whatever you want, whenever you want! But a 2009 Oregon State study showed that the average first-year students puts on somewhere between 3 to 7 pounds. The study also indicates that men are more likely to gain weight then women in that freshman year.
The habits you form in your freshman year move with you throughout your college years and beyond. So how can you survive? Today posted an article providing tips for students to avoid the “freshman diet”:
- Navigating the dining hall maze
- Keep moving!
- Social calories
- Eating your feelings aka comfort food
- It is a balancing act!
Oregon State offers a variety of options for on campus dining, student access to the Dixon Recreation Center, the Healthy Campus Initiative, and many other services available for students to encourage and support a healthy lifestyle!