Who is a Transfer Student?
Anyone who has taken college-level courses after attaining a high school diploma or GED, and those who are seeking a second bachelor’s degree.
Need to take one or two classes for another university, or for pre-requisites? We recommend Non-Degree Seeking.
International Transfers - Please refer to our International Admissions.
Transfer Guides - Transfer guides assist with identifying transfer pathways from a partner community college or university into specific degrees at Oregon Tech. These are NOT official transfer documents.
Transfer Equivalency Tool - The official resource for determining how individual courses from your college will transfer to Oregon Tech. If your class is not listed, then you may still get transfer credit by providing a course syllabus to your academic advisor.
Articulation Agreements - An articulation agreement is an official agreement that lists coursework which will transfer from your college to a specific program at Oregon Tech. We have agreements with many community colleges.
2+2 Transfer Maps - 2+2 Transfer Maps are tools that students and counselors can use in academic planning for two years at community college before transferring to Oregon Tech. These are updated periodically and are prepared program maps for select majors that have been popular at each community college campus.
AAOT/ASOTB - degree info page.
Post-Baccalaureate (post-bac) - If you have a Bachelors degree you may receive transfer credit for most lower division General Education requirements as well as few more that vary from department to department, please see an advisor.
We accept credits from regionally accredited institutions. While the Office of Admissions cannot provide course-by-course evaluations of transcripts, we can assist you with several resources:
Official transfer credit evaluations are completed after admissions by the Registrar's Office.
Meet with the Educational Partnerships & Outreach office. This is a great opportunity to get your questions answered, learn about Oregon Tech, and transferring credits. Appointments are held over zoom video/phone.
Questions about the Transfer Application? Contact Bob Reynolds.
Request official transcripts to be sent to Oregon Tech from all post-secondary institutions attended or from which any college credits have been received.
Proof of high school graduation or equivalency. Submit your final high school transcript or GED scores. Some students may meet this requirement with sufficient college credits.
2.25 cumulative GPA or higher. If you attended multiple colleges, we will average the GPA from each to determine your cumulative GPA.
College Composition (WR 115) or higher with a C- or better.
Intermediate Algebra (MATH 95) or higher with a C- or better.
How to Apply
Complete a transfer application.
$50 non-refundable application fee. Unless you qualify for a fee waiver.
Stay in touch. Add firstname.lastname@example.org to your safe senders list. Email is our primary form of contact. We send emails about application updates or additional requirements.
Submit your proof of high school graduation (final high school transcript or GED scores)
Request official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended or from which any college credits have been received. Official Transcripts need to be sent directly from your previous institutions to Oregon Tech. We accept digital and paper transcripts.
Address all transcripts:
Office of Admissions
3201 Campus Dr. Klamath Falls, OR 97601
or digital eTranscripts email to email@example.com.
It usually takes 7-10 days for a decision to be made and a letter to be mailed to you.
Paying for College
- Submit your FAFSA and OSAC (Oregon Student Aid)
- Applications open October 1st every year
- Tuition and Fees Calculator to estimate costs
- Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) tuition reduction
- Transfer Presidential Scholarships
- In-state tuition through reciprocity agreements