Concordia Students
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Oregon Tech offers special assistance to Concordia University students affected by the closure of their school.

Transfer to Oregon Tech from Concordia for Fall 2020 and earn a one-time $1000 award. To qualify, apply by June 1, 2020 and pay the deposit by July 15, 2020. Contact Admissions for terms and conditions.

To begin, complete an application online or attend the Transfer Information Session at Concordia University on February 20 from 11AM - 7PM. Use the code "transfer" to waive the $50 application fee.

Common Questions

What is Oregon Tech?

Oregon Tech, Oregon’s public polytechnic university, offers innovative, professionally-focused undergraduate and graduate degree programs in the areas of engineering, health, business, technology, and applied arts and sciences. To foster student and graduate success, the university provides a hands-on, project-based learning environment and emphasizes innovation, scholarship, and applied research. With a commitment to diversity and leadership development, Oregon Tech offers statewide educational opportunities and technical expertise to meet current and emerging needs of Oregonians as well as other national and international constituents.

Will my credits transfer to Oregon Tech?

Advisors are standing by to help you navigate your transfer credit opportunities. Transfer equivalencies will be determined by the program. Please contact us if you have any questions.

  • Transfer Equivalency Tool - Use this as a guide to see if an individual course from your college will transfer to Oregon Tech.
  • 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.

When you are accepted to Oregon Tech, the Office of the Registrar will do an official evaluation of your credits to see what will transfer- contact us if you have any questions. Our contact info is on the right-hand side of this page.

What are the requirements for Transfer Students?

  • A completed Application for Admission
  • At least 36 quarter-hour credits or 24 semester-hour credits
  • A 2.25 cumulative GPA or higher. If you attended multiple colleges, we will average the GPA from each to determine your cumulative GPA.
  • WRI 115 (College Composition) or higher with a C- or better.
  • MATH 95 (Intermediate Algebra) or higher with a C- or better.
  • Official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended or from which any college credits have been received.
  • Use code "transfer" to waive the $50 application fee.

Which campus should I transfer to?

  • Portland-Metro - Our urban campus located in Wilsonville
  • Klamath Falls - Our traditional campus offering a wide variety of programs
  • Online - Offering a number of traditional and degree completion programs
  • Salem - Dental Hygiene in conjunction with Chemeketa Community College

What do I do once I'm accepted?

How much will it cost?



Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities

Oregon Institute of Technology is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. NWCCU is an institutional accrediting body recognized by the Council for Higher Education and/or the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Education.

Tech-infused degree Programs


Applied Psychology

  BS  |    Portland-Metro, Online


Applied Behavior Analysis

  MS  |    Portland-Metro



  BS  |    Online



  BS  |    Portland-Metro


Health Care Management

  BS  |    Online



  BS  |    Klamath Falls

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by the Numbers

15 to 1

Student to Faculty Ratio

96% employed

or enrolled in graduate school within 6 months of graduation


Average starting salary for Oregon Tech graduates



I love the small class sizes; it feels like you’re getting a personalized education. The healthcare management program has given me opportunities to work at local clinics for class projects, building a network through the community.

Amber Von Essen
Class of 2020

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I was considering changing careers, and decided to look at accredited online programs nationwide. Of the 25+ schools I came across online, I chose Oregon Tech Online because they were not pushy. In fact, the program director made me shadow a professional to make sure that I was really interested in the program - before accepting my application.

Maurice Najjar
Class of 2017

My favorite project at Oregon Tech was my senior project. For this project, I researched a marketing plan for the re-branding of the Oregon Tech Business Management Department. I loved my degree and the path it put me on. The Oregon Tech Business department is a special place that should be well-known. I was passionate about using my education to give back to the school and help develop a better future for students!

Kelly Scott
Class of 2018

Hands-on education for real-world achievement.

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