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Save money & time with the Degree Partnership Program

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Welcome to Oregon State University and the Degree Partnership Program (DPP)! You can expect to receive a series of emails throughout this term that are meant to help you maximize your active OSU student status, meaning you're an OSU student who is eligible to enroll at OSU. As a DPP student, you will have an active student status for up to 10 terms. An active student status can be valuable in many ways, such as:
>> To ensure you are taking classes at your partner school that will count toward your major.
>> To apply for OSU's departmental scholarships; and
>> To help you to take steps for a smooth transition into being an OSU student.
Learn more about the OSU services and resources you can access now, even if you are not enrolled at OSU.

Continue your OSU journey and complete the following three steps:
>> Step 1: Register your ONID account. ONID provides you with an official OSU email that should be checked on a regular basis, access to the student portal MyOSU, and access to a web-based degree checklist program and advising tool, MyDegrees.
>> Step 2: Do not pay the Advance Tuition Deposit (ATD) if you are NOT attending OSU for the term you were admitted. In the meantime, as we receive transcripts from your partner school your credits will be evaluated and updated into your MyDegrees.
>> Step 3: Double-check the complete next-steps checklist.
Continue to check your preferred email. Once you have set up an ONID email, check it! Consider the option to have the ONID emails redirected to your preferred email address.

Thank you and feel free to contact us or your partner school for any questions.


Degree Partnership Program (DPP)
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