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Transfer to Eastern Oregon University and experience the Eastern Edge. Receive a Free Transfer Credit Review and learn how your prior coursework applies to the program of interest. Our student-centered education work with faculty committed to helping you grow and succeed.
EOU is affordable, with undergraduate tuition and fees averaging thousands less than four-year public and private institutions in our neighborhood. Did you know students from Idaho and Washington pay Oregon resident tuition when they enroll on our campus?
Non-residents who have attended a college or university in Oregon, Idaho or Washington within the last year prior to the term of enrollment are also eligible for resident tuition. And regardless of residency, students enrolled in our online and onsite programs pay the same low rate!
EOU now offers a $1000 scholarship for members of Oregon, Washington and Idaho PTK Chapters that can be combined with our Transfer Student Scholarship. With these two scholarships, you could earn up to $3500. For more information, visit eou.edu/admissions/phi-theta-kappa.
View on campus Major and Minor program offerings.
View online and onsite Major and Minor program offerings.
Scholarships are open to new in-coming transfer students.
Find out the cost of attending EOU.
Follow the link above, select your previous institution, and see how transfer courses come into EOU.
Looking for a seamless pathway from your community college to EOU?
Discover how your prior coursework can apply to your program of interest.
Learn the process of transferring your credits to EOU.
Find out what you will need to transfer to Eastern Oregon University.
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Have a question? We’re here to help! Talk to a counselor about setting up a virtual appointment, registering for a virtual preview day, or learn how to complete the transfer process.
Eastern Oregon University is the first public university in Oregon to offer transfer scholarships to Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society members.