HST is a program that provides high school students with a chance to earn college credit while still in high school.
Eligible students are those at least 14 years of age that have not yet graduated from high school.
HST courses are $25 per credit plus any additional course fees listed in the online class schedule. Most HST courses are 3 credit classes.
Students who qualify for free or reduced lunches at their local high school can qualify for a grant. Eligible students may fill out the Oregon Tech Grant Form to waive the $25 per-credit tuition, however students are still responsible for additional course fees and textbooks.
Students should bring their completed yellow application form to the Educational Partnership and Outreach office. Students under 18 years of age must obtain parents signature. Payment is due at registration.
Depending on the student’s future goals and current interests, Academic Agreements offers academic advising to provide students with courses to best fit their long term goals.
At this point the reduced tuition rate of $25 per credit does not apply to fully-online classes. Students wishing to take an online class from Oregon Tech pay the normal tuition rate. Students may only enroll in classes they have the prerequisite requirements for. To determine the prerequisites for a class you are interested in, view the course description shown in the class schedule or college catalog.

200 level WRI courses require Communication Department approval prior to registration.
High school students are eligible to take up to 8 credits per term.
Student planning on registering for a math or writing course are required to take an Oregon Tech placement test located in the Center for Academic Resources and Engagement Services (CARES). Schedule an appointment to take a placement exam by calling 541-885-1791.
Students who have current Oregon Tech sticker on their ID card are able to check out materials from library, ride local transit using a special pass at a discounted rate, and have access to all open computer labs.
Students are responsible for purchasing their textbooks. Textbooks may be purchased through The Tech Nest bookstore; pre-ordering is also available using the bookstore website.
Gale Jones (Portland-Metro) or Carl Thomas (Klamath Falls) in Educational Partnerships and Outreach can answer any questions. They can be reached via e-mail at gale.jones@oit.edu or carl.thomas@oit.edu respectively.
Educational Partnerships and Outreach is located on Oregon Tech's Klamath Falls campus in the DOW Center for Health Professions, room E213.
Go to www.oit.edu and click login, login to TECHweb, then click e-mail tile. Students should check their Oregon Tech e-mail regularly.
The Student Success Center provides tutoring for numerous courses. HST students are encouraged to use this resource.
Students should notify their Instructor immediately to discuss their options.
The student should fill out a drop/withdraw form and bring to the Educational Partnerships and Outreach Office prior to the drop deadline.
Start by logging into your Web for Student. Click the Web for Student tab at the top of the page, then click Student Records link, followed by the Final Grades link.
Students may view an unofficial transcript through their Web for Student and can request an official transcript to be mailed to their home or to the school of their choice. Students seeking an official transcript may also request it through the Registrar's Office.