Information for Parents & Students
Eastern Promise will provide increased access for high school students interested in earning college credits. Classes are delivered in the school by high school teachers, enabling students to earn more credits. Eastern Promise college credits also satisfy high school course requirements, similar to dual credit.
For more in-depth information please view our Student Handbook.
There is no tuition cost, but there may be minimal transcription fees (similar to the current dual credit fee of $10 per credit). Text book acquisition costs have not been been finalized yet.
Students must be 16 years or older to participate, the state requirement for enrollment in college courses. Limited courses will be available at several high schools in the 2012-2013 academic year, with more becoming available in 2013-2014.
Eastern Promise Registration Process – Proficiency Pathway
Eastern Oregon University
Verify with high school instructor course information
Teachers/administrators at the school will then assist their students with completing a Non-Admitted Form and the High School Registration Form, if student is under 18 years of age a parent signature is required. Note: high school students begin the course in their first semester (EOU ‘s fall term), but do not actually register until the end of their first semester, which is EOU’s winter term.
Return completed forms to:
Eastern Promise – Eastern Oregon University
Attn: Jen Jenson
One University Blvd.
La Grande, OR 97850
Completed forms may also be submitted via e-mail to email@example.com or faxed to 541-962-3701
> Consent To Release Information Form – Oregon law prohibits EP from giving parents access to student information except with the student’s voluntary written consent.