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Transfer

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Meet with Your Transfer ˮ Counselor

Admission Requirements

Students with 30 or more transferable college quarter credits (20 semester credits) will be reviewed for admission as transfer applicants.

Students earning college credit while in high school, such as Early College and Running Start, are considered first years for admission purposes so long as they apply to start at ˮ within five months of high school graduation.

  • Completion of 30 or more transferable college quarter credits (20 semester credits)
  • Cumulative grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.25, or 2.00 if you present a transferable associate degree or an Oregon Transfer Module (OTM)
  • Completion ofWR121 or equivalent with a grade of C- or better. WR121 equivalencies are determined by ˮ’s Office of ˮ and may include higher level courses for which WR121 (or its approved equivalent) is a prerequisite. This requirement is specific to the application process and is separate from academic advising and course registration at ˮ.
  • Meet Second Language ˮ Requirement(Oregon High School graduates only)

Transfer applicants are not required to submit test scores (SAT or ACT).

Students who do not meet the minimum GPA will be reviewed for admission through a holistic process.


Steps to Apply

Submit Your Application and $60 Application Fee

Go to and select Create Account. If you have already started an application, or created one for a past term, select Log In.

Undergraduate applicants may be eligible for a waiver of their $60 admission application fee. Based on the information you provide in your application, we will determine if you are eligible for a fee waiver.

Submit Transcripts from All Schools Attended

You are required to submit individual transcripts from each college or university where you registered for any coursework. Failure to submit individual transcripts from each college or university attended may result in a delayed admission decision.Official transcripts are required from all the schools you've attended, see ourofficial records policy for details.

Failure to disclose all colleges is a violation of ˮ State University’s student code of conduct.

Electronic Submission: Transcripts may be submitted viaa secure transcript delivery service (such as) or sent directly from a school official to admissions@pdx.edu.

Mail Submission: Submit official transcripts in their original sealed envelopes from all schools attended and mail them to ˮ at the address below.

ˮ State University
Office of Undergraduate ˮ
PO Box 751
ˮ OR 97207-0751

Submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

Submission of the FAFSA is not required to receive an admission decision. We encourage students to submit the FAFSA as soon as possible after October 1.

Submit the Oregon Student Aid Application (ORSAA) - IF NEEDED

Oregon residents who have undocumented status, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) status, Temporary Protected Status (TPS), or a valid U-visa should submit the ORSAA instead of the FAFSA.Do not complete the ORSAA if you are (1) a U.S. citizen, (2) a legal noncitizen with an Alien Registration number, or (3) an international student who is in the United States with a valid visa.

If you aren't sure which application you should submit,Use the .

Check Your Application Status

If you have submitted an application to ˮ State University, you can log in to ˮ's application portal to review the status of your application.You will be notified via email for each document you submit and your admission decision.

If you are not receiving email communications from ˮ State University, be sure to check your @pdx.edu email account. Once you set up your student account all communications will be sent to that email address. If you are not receiving information from us in any email inboxes, please contact us atadmissions@pdx.edu.