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FAQs for Visitors to Oregon Tech

Updated on March 13, 2020

I have a scheduled visit to Oregon Tech related to admissions to the university. Should I still come for that visit or call first?

If you are feeling well, yes, Oregon Tech admissions visits are continuing on campus; and all campus operations are running as normal. If you have active cold or flu symptoms, we ask that you reschedule your visit for when you are back in good health. If you should have any concerns, please call the Admissions Office at 800-422-2017 or 541-885-1150; or send an email to oit@oit.edu.

I have a meeting with a faculty/staff person at Oregon Tech. Should I still come for that visit or call first?

At the present time, Oregon Tech campus functions and operations are running as normal. Please check back to this page prior to your meeting, as the current situation is still rapidly changing.

If you should have any questions or concerns, please call your contact at Oregon Tech; or our general phone numbers:

If Oregon Tech does cancel an event that I’m planning to attend, how will I know that?

If you are registered for an Oregon Tech event, you will be contacted by email if there is a cancellation for any reason. You can also check the university’s Coronavirus website for any announcements.

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The Integrated Student Health Center on the Klamath Falls campus will continue to offer both medical and mental health support services through Spring Break, the extension week, and into the Spring Term. They are able to offer in-person, telephone and video conference counseling to students. Medical appointments will continue to be in-person. The ISHC in coordination with Klamath County Public Health is following the guidelines from the Oregon Health Authority to screen students who call to schedule a medical appointment. Call ISHC at 541-885-1800 to schedule either type of appointment.

Counseling Services will be available to Portland-Metro students over Spring Break (including the extension week) via telephone and video conference. Appointments can be made by calling 503-821-1313.

Students: If you are on the Klamath Falls campus and begin to feel ill (cough, trouble breathing, fever), or would like to speak with a counselor, call ISHC at 541-885-1800. If you are a student on the Portland-Metro campus or on another site and begin to feel ill, please call your healthcare provider.

Faculty/Staff: If you begin to feel ill (cough, trouble breathing, fever), please call your healthcare provider. 


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