Springs Charter School

Springs Charter Schools

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Your Pathway to Eastern Oregon University

Springs Charter Employees & Spouses

Are you an employee or spouse of a Springs Charter employee?
We are happy to offer you an opportunity to complete your degree at one of the most affordable universities in the North West!

Affordable Tuition – All Year Long

Start 4 times a year! Fall, Winter, Spring or Summer! Now is the time to complete your education or earn another degree.

Online Programs at EOU

EOU has 22 programs offered 100% online, including graduate programs! With our innovative Integrated Studies program, you can customize your degree to fit your needs and maximize your transfer credits. Check out your options below!
Request Information about our ACE to MAT program that helps SCS Educational Assistants become licensed teachers!

Majors

Minors

Certificates

Bachelor of Applied Science

Graduate Programs

Get Credits for Life Experience

At EOU, we recognize that many students pursuing online education often have extensive learning from prior jobs, educational programs, travel, and other life experiences. EOU provides multiple options which allows you to document your life experience for academic credit and apply your prior learning directly to your degree.

Transfer Credit

EOU accepts more credits than most universities when you transfer, allowing you to save time and money! See for yourself by requesting a free Transfer Credit Review and discover how your prior coursework may apply to your EOU program:

APEL (Assessment of Prior Experiential Learning)

Students with extensive life experience may enroll in APEL 390 – Assessment of Prior Experiential Learning and can earn up to 45 credits!

ASL (Agency Sponsored Learning)

Students may receive credit for courses and training taken from non-degree granting organizations such as military, corporations, employers, labor unions, professional and voluntary associations, and government agencies. A maximum of 45 ASL credits can be used toward a degree at EOU.

Download APEL Fast Track (PDF)

High School Students, Staff & Advisors

Below you will find resources for early college credit and accelerated learning options for students, advisors, and teachers.
Click each of the buttons below to find more information.

What You Need to Know

Eastern Oregon University is excited to offer students of Springs Charter Schools the opportunity to take college courses while in High School! Students who participate earn college credit and honors-level high school credit at the same time. All EOU Online courses will be taught by an EOU professor with the support of your High School Counselor.

What is the Dual Enrollment Program?

The Dual Enrollment Program is a collaboration between Springs Charter Schools and Eastern Oregon University that allows qualified high school students to earn college and high school credit while meeting graduation requirements.

Why Take Duel Enrollment Courses?

Begin college early. High school students can begin working on an associate’s degree and/or university transfer requirements while completing as much as one year of college.
Save money. Students and their families can save thousands of dollars of college costs.
Easier transition to college. Students will gain confidence in their ability to do college work and may have an easier transition into post-secondary education.

Apply and Register for Credit

STEP ONE – Students Apply

Complete and submit an application to EOU using this button:

Note: Students only need to submit an application once for each academic year. Once you submit an application, you will receive a welcome email with next steps. Be sure to check your email regularly!

While You Area Waiting: Complete the High School Consent to Release Information Form form.

STEP TWO – Students Register

Once your application & forms have been received by EOU, Students will receive an e-mail with instructions on how to log into the EOU portal system, at my.eou.edu, and access Mountie Hub to register for classes. Use this screen shot presentation to follow instructions:

Important deadlines can be found on the EOU Academic Calendar

NOTE: High School Students are limited to 8 credits per term

College Courses Available to YOU!

Students can now register for a number of EOU courses for College Credit. Course Options include:

  • BA 101 Intro to Global Business
  • PSYC 201 General Psychology
  • COM 111 Interpersonal Communication
  • COM 112 Public Speaking
  • HIST 201 US Hist to 1865
  • HIST 202 US Hist since 1865
  • Spanish 107 1st Yr Spanish
  • Spanish 108 1st Yr Spanish
  • Spanish 109 Entire 1st Yr Spanish
  • MUSIC 107 What to Listen for in Music
  • MUSIC 204 Popular Music in America
  • HUM 103 Success 101 Career Choices

Accuplacer Required to Register for These Courses:

  • MATH 105 Lotteries and Loans
  • MATH 111 College Algebra (full course)
  • MATH 111A College Algebra Yr 1
  • MATH 111B College Algebra Yr1
  • WR 115 Intro to College Writing
  • WR 121 Academic Composition
  • More to come soon!

Instructions for Students & Advisors

Please Note: in order for students to receive college credits for any of EOU’s classes, there are deadlines for specific steps according to EOU’s Academic Calendar. Here are a few frequently requested instructions:

Apply and Register for Credit

Complete and submit an application to EOU using this button:

Note: Students only need to submit an application once for each academic year. Once you submit an application, you will receive a welcome email with next steps. Be sure to check your email regularly!

While You Area Waiting: Complete the High School Consent to Release Information Form form. First, fill it out completely, then:

Once your application & forms have been received by EOU, Students will receive an e-mail with instructions on how to log into the EOU portal system, at my.eou.edu, and access Mountie Hub to register for classes. Use this screen shot presentation to follow instructions:

The Academic Calendar and Important Deadlines can be found here:

NOTE: High School Students are limited to 8 credits per term

How to Enter Grades Into Mountie Hub

How to access Transcripts with Transcripts and Final Grades here.

How to Drop or Withdraw from an EOU Course-Important Deadlines

  • If a student drops a class before the drop deadlines on EOU’s Academic Calendar, students will not be given a grade for the course.
  • If a Student withdraws from a course before the Withdraw deadline on EOU’s Academic Calendar, students will receive a ‘W’ grade on their Official Transcripts.
  • After each of those deadlines, the student will receive a grade on their Official Transcripts.

What is ACCUPLACER?

ACCUPLACER is a computer adaptive placement exam. Its purpose is to provide students with useful information about their academic skills in English, math, and reading. It is not pass/fail; however, scores will be used to help place students in the level where they will find the most success.

Instructions for Students Taking the Accuplacer

  • Students must apply and receive their “Next Steps” email before taking the accuplacer.
  • If student wants to accuplace into a course, they must send an email with the following information to testing@eou.edu to receive a testing voucher:
    • First name/Last name
    • Mailing address, City, State, Zip code
    • Phone number
    • EOU Student ID number (910…..)
    • EOU Email address
    • Date of birth
  • testing@eou.edu will send a voucher and instructions how to complete the accupacer.

What is a Proctored Exam?

A portion of EOU Online courses require you to take exam(s) under proctored supervision. A proctor is a person who meets EOU qualifications and has been approved via the EOU Testing Center. The proctor’s responsibility is to provide a location in public (the proctor’s office, library, school, etc.), check your picture ID, allow you access to your course exam(s), and assures your professor that the assigned exam restrictions will be applied. Please Visit out Testing Center website for instructions more information and instructions how to get your exam proctored or to become an exam proctor.

Instructions For completing a proctored exam/Becoming a Proctor

Springs Staff proctors the exams. Instruction

  1. A springs employee who would like to proctor a student’s exam must complete a one-time  Proctor Request form. This gives the staff member approval to proctor an exam for EOU. 
  2. When a student needs a proctored exam,  they need to complete the Exam Request Form. Either students or SC staff can fill this form out on behalf of the students. This must be completed for every proctored exam. 

Hello! My name is Cody Singer and I am here to help you learn more about everything EOU & Springs Charter. I am excited and eager to help you get started. Check out the resources below to connect with me:

Enrollment Development Coordinator

Cody Singer
Call: 541-962-3086
Email: singerc@eou.edu