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Degree Partnership Summit Summary and Program Materials

Header image Presented:  Tuesday, March 5, 2013, 8am – 4:30pm

 

Program Title/Description

Presentation Materials

Degree Partnership Program Overview

Presenter:

  • Kate Peterson, Assistant Provost for Enrollment Management, OSU

 

 

 

Degree Partnership Program Overview (PDF)

Academic Advisors’ Toolkit for International Students and DPP

 This session will provide an overview of how DPP works for fully-admitted degree-seeking undergraduate international students.  The benefits and advantages are more limited for them since the financial aspects don’t transfer over, and since they are still considered non-residents for tuition purposes at the partner institution.  However, for students who will take multiple classes at a DPP institution, there are some good academic benefits of the DPP program (easier credit transfer, transcripts, priority registration, etc.).

Presenters -

  • Rachael Weber –  Assistant Director, International Student Advising and Services (ISAS), OSU
  • Caine Francis – Advisor for International Programs, College of Engineering, OSU
  • Christine Baker –  International Admissions, Linn-Benton Community College

 

 

 

 

International DPP Instructions
(PDF)

Concurrent Enrollment Form
(PDF)

DPP Advisor's Toolkit
(PDF)

Degree Partnership Nuts & Bolts

Admission and Financial Aid for DPP

Ever wondered what the process is for getting admitted into the Degree Partnership? Have you ever asked yourself how information is exchanged?  Are you curious about how this whole thing works? Come learn the nuts and bolts of the admissions and financial aid process for students and administrators.

Presenters –

  • Aaron Waldron – Assistant Director of Financial Aid, OSU
  • Erin Rau – Assistant Director of Admissions, OSU

 

 

 

 DPP Nuts & Bolts
(PDF)

Degree Partnership and Students With Learning Disabilities

Student and Academic Affairs professionals who attend this session will:

  1. Understand the general process students with disabilities will go through to recieve services at the Community College and the University
  2. Articulate at least one challenge students with disabilities have while in transition between CC and Univ. and also be able to articulate one way to assist a student who is in the process of transferring or who is attending two institutions
  3. Know where to access resources to learn more about legal requirements related to students with disabilities and program access

Presenter –

  • Jennifer Gossett – Coordinator of Student Support Services, Disability Access Services, OSU

 

 

 

 

DAS Presentation
(PDF)

Education Abroad and the International Degree

Overview of the International Degree and Education Abroad (IDEA) unit of International Programs at Oregon State including our location, mission, values and services.  There are three main divisions within IDEA:  Education Abroad, the International Degree and International Scholarships.  We will share how DPP students can take advantage of our programs.

Presenters –

  • Nick Fleury – Head Advisor, International Degree, OSU
  • LeAnn Adam – Education Abroad and International Scholarship Advisor, OSU

 

 

 

Education Abroad Presentation
(PDF)

Maintaining the Pathways to Success-Partnerships, Transitions, and Handoffs

It takes two willing partners to build a program that leads to access and completion.  Come to learn about and discuss the present and future of a successful Degree Partnership Program in an environment of less state support, more accountability, but more of a need to build a student experience that flows in a seamless manner.  This is a follow up and update of an article published five years ago.  http://oregonstate.edu/partnerships/sites/default/files/DPP-images/CUJ8303AR-clemetsen.pdf

Presenter –

  • Bruce Clemetsen –  Vice President, Student Services, Linn-Benton Community College

 

 

 

 

Pathways to Success
(PDF)

Online Learners and DPP

In this presentation, Summit participants will receive a brief overview of online learning at OSU Ecampus, including review of who DPP online learners are and what motivates them.  This will be followed by and exploration for the value for online learners, and a discussion of the challenges and opportunities for OSU/DPP Partners, from both a pre- and post-admission perspective.

Presenters –

  • Dawn Marie Gaid –  Academic Advisor – Distance Education, OSU Environmental Sciences Undergraduate Program, OSU
  • Urjita Parekh –  Student Success Manager, Ecampus,  OSU

 

 

 

Online Learners and DPP
(PDF)

 

 

 

Transfer Credits, Advising Guides & Reverse Transfer

Learn about the transfer credit evaluation process at each school, about new and ongoing advising initiatives, and about the status of reverse transfer efforts between OSU and LBCC.  

Presenters –

  • Danny Aynes – Director of Enrollment Services, Linn-Benton Community College
  • Mickey Reynolds – Associate Director of Admissions, OSU
  • Rick DeBellis - Student Services Manager for Degree Partnership Programs, OSU

 

 

DPP Web Resources
(PDF)

OSU Open Campus - Opportunities for Partnerships

What is Oregon Open Campus: Starting from the existing foundation of the OSU Extension programs and faculty members in each county, Open Campus has become the local bridge that builds collaboration and spans the boundaries that artificially separate the education sectors.  We engage the local K-12 system and community college, business, and governmental interests as partners to consider credit and non-credit professional, workforce and lifelong learning and options to address some of these needs. This session will provide examples of successful partnerships in Oregon communities that address  parent involvement in addressing dropout rates, community support for high school completion, workforce needs, BS/BA degree completion at community colleges, the Degree Partnership Program, etc..

Presenter –

  • Beth Emshoff –  Director of Oregon Open Campus, OSU

 

 

 

 

 

Oregon Open Campus Presentation (powerpoint)

Veterans Issues

Oregon State University’s student veteran population has more than doubled over the past four years.  The mission of the Oregon State University Veterans Workgroup is to help student veterans successfully navigate the Oregon State University structure while accomplishing their education goals and maximizing their VA benefits.  In this session we will discuss the work groups’ current projects, accomplishments, and successes and share resources that can assist you in developing programs at your school to better serve student veterans.   

Presenters –

  • Gus Bedwell – Office of the Dean of Student Life – Veteran Resources Coordinator, OSU
  • Cathy Walker & Angela Williamson – Office of the Registrar – Veteran Certifying Officials, OSU
  • Michelle McAllaster – School of Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering, Academic Advisor, OSU
  • Kerry Thomas – College of Liberal Arts, Academic Advisor, OSU
  • Julie Stewart – Associated Students of Oregon State University, Director of Veteran’s Affairs, OSU

 

 

 

 

 

DPP Veterans Presentation 
(PDF)

Prospective Veterans Brochure 
(PDF)

Current Student Veteran Brochure 
(PDF)

Veterans Handout
(PDF)


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