All students must apply to graduate (see http://oregonstate.edu/registrar/apply-graduation). It is recommended that a student submit an application at least three terms before they are planning to graduate. Graduation applications are available online via your Student Online Services Account. Using this application, undergraduate and graduate students may apply for graduation online, view existing applications, cancel an existing application, and indicate whether they intend to attend commencement or designate a diploma delivery method. These functions are available in the Student Records menu of your Student Online Services account. Please keep the following in mind: 1) Undergraduates must be of senior standing before being eligible to submit an application. 2) If a student chooses to defer their existing application to a different term, they should be directed to cancel their existing application and submit a new application. 3) Students receiving more than two degrees will need to contact the Registrar’s office for assistance. 4) Students should make all necessary changes to their program prior to submitting an application for graduation. In the interest of providing accurate degree audits it is imperative that the curriculum under which the student applies for graduation accurately reflects their educational goals.
Join the Environmental Sciences Distance Listserv! Though this list-serve is geared towards on-campus students, there are many job/internship announcements that may be of interest to distance students. Also, information on course changes and University deadlines are posted. To subscribe, send an email FROM the account you wish to receive listserv postings to (ONID recommended) TO firstname.lastname@example.org. Note: You must confirm your subscription by replying to the email you receive in response to your request – you will not be subscribed until you do.
Courses offered through OSU Extended Campus have been designed for delivery to students learning from a distance via the Web, video, and steaming media. An Ecampus Course Demo provides a series of quick orientation sequences to help you familiarize yourself with online learning. Some courses are taught on-site in classroom settings at locations around Oregon. All courses are taken and completed within the regular OSU terms: http://ecampus.oregonstate.edu/services/start/default.htm
If you are considering changing your major to Natural Resources (NR) or Fisheries & Wildlife (FW), you should first explore the differences between the programs. To review differences go to: http://envsci.science.oregonstate.edu/files/envsci/es-fw-nr-differences-narrative%2Crev.2011-06-20.pdf It may be useful to self-assess how your transfer and OSU courses apply to the curriculum of these programs. You will find the curriculum checklists through the Ecampus website at: http://ecampus.oregonstate.edu/online-degrees/programs.htm
From the OSU home page, select “Online Services” at the top of the page. Click on “Online Services Quick Login” and log in using your student username and password. Select “Student Records” and, from there, the “MyDegrees” link. This will take you directly to MyDegrees. http://oregonstate.edu/registrar/mydegrees/frequently-asked-questions-0#Question1
From the college’s main website, www.chemeketa.edu: a. click on the “Classes” tab in the maroon banner across the webpage. b. In the paragraph below the picture, click on the ‘searchable schedule of classes.’ There should be a new page that opens that says ‘Class Search.’ On this page, there is the term to choose as well as other field of preferences. c. Make sure to pick the options for credit courses as well as open classes. d. On line students make sure to click on “On Line,” under Instructional Method. e. Click on ‘Show Classes.’ This will list all courses that have availability for registration. f. If a course is closed, it will not appear on this page. This option is also in the MyChemeketa student account website.
The OSU Degree Partnership Program (DPP) allows qualified students to submit a single application for admission to both OSU and a participating community college. DPP students may attend classes (including online courses) at both schools, combine credits for financial aid eligibility, and have the option of using campus facilities and services at both schools.See: http://oregonstate.edu/partnerships/students/
If the prerequisite coursework was transfer or post-bacc coursework, the registration system likely did not recognize it as fulfilling the prerequisite. This is common for semester system transfer credits that articulate as LDT or UDT, rather than an equivalent OSU course; or, for post-bacc coursework that is not articulated to a student’s OSU transcript. A general rule is that you should contact the instructor for the class directly. In your communication, be sure to include everything the instructor will need to make the decision – for example, Student ID, CRN for the course you want to register for, a clear argument and evidence that you have completed the prerequisite coursework. If the instructor grants permission to register for the course, they will notify the administrative support staff for the department and request that a course overrride be processed. If necessary, your advisor can also help facilitate the course override process. TIP: If you know that you may have a prerequisite issue for a course of interest, resolve it IN Advance of your priority registration date so that you can register without interruption.
Do you need to provide evidence that you’ve completed transfer coursework that is needed as a prerequisite for a course? Taking a screenshot of your unofficial transcript is one way to provide this evidence. Don’t know how to take a screen shot? See: http://take-a-screenshot.org