In this post, we will be providing answers to commonly asked questions about transferring to PSU during the time of change caused by COVID-19.
There are things in life that are hard: running a marathon, doing your taxes, building IKEA furniture…
Alright, you’ve made up your mind. You’re going to transfer to PSU and finish your degree. It’s time to start getting your application together. We know at times the process can be confusing, so we’ll go through each important date and deadline to explain what is needed from you.
It’s pretty common to hear people say that getting a humanities degree is pointless. Well, Katie Pearce, a transfer student in her senior year studying Graphic Design, is here to tell you that’s wrong.
We are committed to helping you graduate on time and with as little debt as possible. That's why we created our new Transfers Finish Free program, which covers standard tuition and fees for Oregon residents while you work to get your degree, saving you thousands of dollars and helping you land that perfect career as soon as possible.
Did you know that you can take classes at PSU while taking advantage of Oregon Promise? It's called Co-Admission (or dual enrollment), and it allows you to be admitted to both PSU and a participating community college at the same time.
I’m a senior studying international development studies. My home town is Mexico City, but I have lived in Aloha, OR for about 16 years. I have two brothers. I’m actually a twin! My brothers and I are first generation college students. My older brother graduated from PSU last year and my twin will be coming to PSU this fall, he’s transferring from PCC. I’m a Student Ambassador and I’m a mentor with the GANAS program. For fun, my friends and I like to cook and eat all types of food like Vietnamese, Korean, and BBQ. On the weekends we get together and cook big meals.