IF YOU PLAN ON ATTENDING OSU AND ARE AN UNDOCUMENTED or DACAmented STUDENT, HERE ARE SOME GOOD STEPS TO FOLLOW
Determine if OSU is a good fit for you by exploring our culture and our majors. If you are a Graduate Student, explore our Graduate Admission website.
Make sure you meet admission requirements.
Apply to OSU. Make sure you have a completed application and that you meet the Admissions deadline which vary depending on the term and whether you are a first-year freshman, transfer, etc.
You will also:
Complete a domestic student application, select “non-US Citizen” for citizenship status.
Use all nine’s (999999999) in the Social Security Number (SSN) section to complete the application (unless you have an assigned SSN through DACA).
Learn more on how to apply as an undocumented student on our Undocumented Admissions website.
Find out if you are eligible to pay in-state tuition based on Tuition Equity requirements. Tuition Equity or House Bill 2787 makes some students eligible to pay in-state tuition at Oregon public universities. Also, Tuition Equity students can now receive financial assistance in Oregon because of Senate Bill 932. Tuition Equity requirements are:
attended elementary or secondary/high school in the U.S. for at least five years;
studied at an OR school for at least the three years prior to earning your high school diploma or GED;
graduated from an OR high school or received a GED in OR; and
show intention to become a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident
Are you eligible for Tuition Equity?
You will be required to hand-in one of these documents once you apply for your application to be considered complete.
Identify OSU resources and plan ahead for paying for OSU!