How to Apply

Oregon Tech Wilsonville suggests you come to an Admissions Information Session before applying. You can sign up for a session by calling 503.821.1250. Carefully read each application description to make sure you choose the best one for your situation.

Please mail all official transcripts to:
Oregon Tech/Admissions Office
3201 Campus Drive
Klamath Falls, OR 97601

Admissions: 541.885.1150 or 1.800.422.2017, ext. 1

Oregon Tech Online Application

Apply online for undergraduate admission to Oregon Tech's campuses in Portland or Klamath Falls. Students should complete this application if all remaining degree requirements will be taken from one of Oregon Tech's campus locations.

Dual Enrollment Options

Oregon Tech in Portland primarily serves a transfer student population therefore, we offer dual enrollment agreements with local Community Colleges to create and build more seamless transfer options for students. Dual enrollment allows flexible enrollment and financial aid distribution to Oregon Tech and the community college of choice. You can start your journey to a Bachelors degree today. Oregon Tech has dual enrollment agreements with Chemeketa Community College, Clackamas Community College, Mt. Hood Community College, and Portland Community College. Follow the link above to find out specific information and benefits of each program.

Re-enrolling and Update Application

You should complete this form if you wish to:

  1. Re-enroll at Oregon Tech. (This means you are a former Oregon Tech student who was previously fully admitted to Oregon Tech and has not been enrolled for one or more terms.)
  2. Update an earlier application for admission. (This means that you previously applied for full admission to Oregon Tech within the last two years, but did not enroll.)

Non-Admit Application

If you wish to attend Oregon Tech as a part-time, non-degree-seeking student, this is the form for you. The non-admit application is an option for students who want to take classes for enjoyment or special interest. It also allows community college students to take classes part-time before they have met Oregon Tech's requirements for a dual enrollment program. To qualify as a non-admit, you must take fewer than nine credit hours per quarter, you must not be seeking a degree, and you must not have been admitted to the university in the past. Financial aid is not available to non-admit students.