- President, Nagi Naganathan
- Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Joanna Mott
- Vice President for Finance and Administration, John Harman
- Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students, Erin Foley
- Vice President for Institutional Advancement, Ken Fincher
- Senior Advisor to the President and Board Secretary, Sandra Fox
- Associate Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Connie Atchley
- Associate Vice President for Human Resources, Vacant
- Associate Vice President for Strategic Enrollment Management, Vacant
- Associate Vice President for Government Relations, Vacant
- Dean, College of Engineering, Technology and Management, Tom Keyser
- Dean, College of Health, Arts and Sciences, Dan Peterson
Interactive engagement helping students achieve academic goals, acquire relevant information and services consistent with degree requirements and student success.
Find information on admission requirements and instructions for applying to Oregon Tech as a freshman, transfer or international student.
View information on Assessment Commission, the charter for the Commission, assessment forms, assessment plans for the institution, assessment reports, and official institutional rubrics.
Oregon Tech’s Board of Trustees officially assumed governance of the university on July 1, 2015.
The Business Affairs Office is responsible for: Accounting and Financial Reporting; Accounts Payable; Accounts Receivable (including Student Accounts and Cashier); Grants and Contracts - Post Award Administration; Payroll; Purchasing, Property Control and Vendor Relations; and Travel Reimbursement.
The Campus Life Office is committed to helping students develop skills in critical thinking, communication, teamwork, citizenship, community service, diversity awareness and lifelong, independent learning developed in out-of-class learning experiences.
Campus Safety administers the university's security and parking programs. The department promotes security on the Oregon Tech campus through emergency and non-emergency response services, problem solving, and enforcement of appropriate laws, rules and regulations.
The Center for Academic Resources and Engagement Services (CARES) is a multi-purpose department designed to enrich learning, teaching, and student success at Oregon Tech. The CARES consists of Testing, Peer Consulting, TOP, Access & Campus Equity Services, and Career Services.
The College Union is the center of student activity on campus. Located within the Union are the student government offices, Campus Arts and Entertainment, the Diversity Center, Student Affairs staff, Campus Dining operations, The Edge newspaper, The Tech Nest bookstore, the campus mail center, and the Outdoor Program.
The Office of Educational Partnerships and Outreach cultivates and maintains partnerships with area high schools, community colleges, and universities that result in increased access and smooth transitions for students. View information about the work of the Educational Partnerships and Outreach Office, Dual Enrollment with colleges and universities, dual credit with high schools, and specific articulation agreements.
Resource for floor plans, maintenance requests, key requests, incident request forms, and shipping/receiving information.
Administers student aid to help students achieve their education goals, working together as a team of financial aid professionals to provide the highest quality service.
Housing and Residence Life strives to build an on-campus community that promotes academic success and fosters personal growth.
Seeks to maintain a learning and working environment committed to fostering diversity, equality, mutual understanding and personal success.
The mission of the Office of Institutional Research at Oregon Tech is to collect, analyze, and report institutional information to support strategic enrollment management and planning functions.
The Integrated Student Health Center, located at the main campus in Klamath Falls, provides general medical care for illnesses and accidents, medical referral, counseling and wellness programs.
The Library offers public computers, individual and group study spaces and a computer lab. Library services are also available at the Oregon Tech Wilsonville, which share access to all of the main library’s electronic resources.
The Marketing and Communication office is responsible for the advertising, public information, internal relations and state and federal government relations for the institute.
The primary mission of Oregon Tech Online is to offer convenient programs for degree completion and graduate education.
OREC promotes renewable energy use in Oregon and the Northwest through education, technical assistance and applied research.
Purchasing and Contract Services (PACS) assists departments in obtaining maximum value for university expenditures, including expenditures on goods, services, and construction.
Information regarding Veteran's affairs, articulation agreements, student records, transfer information, ordering transcripts, registration, academic calendars, web resources, and graduation.
Geared for and with Boeing employees in mind, Oregon Tech Seattle offers a selection of programs for Boeing employees in the Puget Sound Area.