Who can apply?
EOP provides academic and personal support to undergraduate, domestic or undocumented/DACA students who are taking classes on OSU's main campus. (We do NOT have programming available for graduate, distance, or international students or students studying at other campuses besides the Corvallis main campus).
What is expected of me as an EOP Student?
Students who apply to be in the EOP program are expected to meet with their EOP counselors on a regular basis.
What if I just want to take an EOP course next term?
If your primary interest in EOP is the courses we teach, you do not need to be in the program. Do not fill out this application. Call 541-737-3628.
What are my chances of being accepted into the program?
Students just starting college and those with multiple needs and qualifying factors have higher priority in the admissions process.
When can a student apply to EOP?
A student can apply to EOP at any time prior to or during their enrollment as an on-campus OSU student.
When will I hear if I have been accepted to the program?
Applications will be processed during the term they are received for admissions consideration for the following term. For example, if you apply fall term, you will be considered for winter term admission. If you apply at the end of fall term, you may not hear a decision until the middle of winter term or the beginning of spring term.
If you want to enroll in an EOP course next term and have not heard an admission decision, come to the main office (Waldo 337) week 8 of the current term to put your name on the waitlist.
You are welcome and encouraged to check in on your application by calling the main office at 541-737-3628 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org at any time.