Apply and Pay Your Application Fee
To apply for admission at Oregon Tech, use the Online Application and send supporting documents to: Oregon Tech Admissions
3201 Campus Dr.
Klamath Falls OR, 97601
Applications are processed after payment of the $50 application fee through the following payment options:
- Pay by credit card online when you see the prompt in the online application form
- By check or money order made payable to Oregon Institute of Technology
Submit an Official High School Transcript
Current high school students must submit an official high school transcript upon applying for full admission to Oregon Tech. After high school completion, students MUST send an official final high school transcript to the Oregon Tech Admissions Office. Your high school can give you information about how to request an official transcript be sent to Oregon Tech. Official transcripts may be delivered:
- Electronically through Parchment, eScript, or National Student Clearinghouse.
- By mail in a sealed envelope directly from the school.
- In person, in a sealed envelope from the school.
An unweighted cumulative high school grade point average of 3.00 is required for admission. Applicants with a GPA between 2.50 and 2.99 may qualify for admission, provided they submit adequate SAT Reasoning Exam scores or ACT scores.
Submit Other Transcripts
Submit official transcripts for any college-level credit you have completed, including AP and IB.
Students with international transcripts must also be translated into English and into US standards by an approved transcript evaluation service. There are multiple transcript evaluation services that are acceptable:
Submit either SAT Reasoning or ACT Scores
Applicants are required to submit official scores from SAT Reasoning or ACT tests. Having your scores delivered electronically is preferred and the fastest way to record your scores. Oregon Tech's college codes are:
- Oregon Tech SAT code is 4587
- Oregon Tech ACT code is 3484
Test Requirements are:
|HS GPA (Unweighted, Cumulative) ||ACT Minimum Score ||Old (Pre-Spring 2016) SAT Minimum Score ||Current SAT Minimum Score |
|3.00 or better ||No minimum; must submit scores ||No minimum; must submit scores ||No minimum; must submit scores |
|2.75 to 2.99 ||17 Composite and 17 Math ||800 Critical Reading/Math and 400 Math ||880 Total Score and 440 Math Section |
|2.50 to 2.74 ||21 Composite and 21 Math ||1000 Critical Reading and Math and 500 Math ||1080 Total Score and 530 Math Section |
Complete 15 Core Subject Area Requirements
Applicants must satisfactorily (grade of C- or above) complete at least 15 units (one year is equal to one unit) of college preparatory work in the following areas, unless they graduated from high school prior to spring 1985:
- Four years of English
- Three years of Mathematics
- Three years of Social Studies
- Three years of Science
- Two years of the same Foreign Language
Applicants who have not graduated from high school and who are applying on the basis of GED scores must submit test results showing a minimum of 170 on each subject area and 680 overall. A special admission option will be offered to test takers who scored no lower than 150 on the Reasoning Through Language Arts Test, no lower than 150 on the Social Studies Test, no lower than 160 on the Science Test, and no lower than 170 on the Mathematics Reasoning Test. You can obtain official results from Oregon GED® Program if you have tested in Oregon. GED applicants must meet the Foreign Language requirement.
GED tests taken prior to 2015 must show a minimum composite score of 580 (58 on GED exams administered prior to 2002) with a minimum score of 410 on each GED subtest (41 on subtests administered prior to 2002). Applicants whose pre-2015 GED scores fall below these standards may qualify on the basis of a combination of GED and SAT Reasoning or ACT exam results:
|GED Composite Score ||ACT Minimum Score ||Old (Pre-Spring 2016) SAT Minimum Score ||Current SAT Minimum Score |
|550 to 570 (55 to 57 on tests administered before 2002) ||17 Composite and 17 Math ||800 Critical Reading/Math and 400 Math ||880 Total Score and 440 Math Section |
|500 to 540 (50 to 54 on tests administered before 2002) ||21 Composite and 21 Math ||1000 Critical Reading and Math and 500 Math ||1080 Total Score and 530 Math Section |
Home-schooled Students & Graduates of Non-standard or Unaccredited High Schools
- Public high school students must graduate from a standard or regionally accredited high school.
- Private high school students must graduate from regionally accredited high schools.
- Home-educated students and graduates of unaccredited or non-standard high schools, as well as applicants who fail to meet the 15 subject requirements, may be admitted based on SAT or ACT scores:
- Must submit either ACT or SAT scores
- Must submit Math Level I or IIC SAT Subject Test and any other SAT Subject Test with scores as follows:
|ACT Minimum Score ||Old (Pre-Spring 2016) SAT Minimum Score ||Current SAT Minimum Score |
|21 Composite ||1000 Math/Critical Reading and 470 Writing ||1080 Total Score |
|AND a combined score of at least 940 on the following: |
|Math Level I or IIC SAT Subject Test |
|Any other SAT Subject Test |
- An examination in a second language is strongly recommended to qualify the applicant for admission by meeting the language proficiency requirements.
- Students who do not take an SAT Subject test in a second language must prove language proficiency through another approved process.
- Direct questions to the Admissions Office, 800.422.2017, 541.885-1150 or email email@example.com.