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OSU-Cascades welcomed its first freshman class in the fall of 2015. For over a decade OSU-Cascades has primarily offered classes for juniors, seniors, and graduate students. It now offers a full slate of baccalaureate core courses. More than 1,200 students are enrolled at OSU-Cascades and enrollment is projected to reach 3,000 to 5,000 students by 2025. The new campus opened fall 2016.

In addition to gifts of cash, donors can design a personal giving plan that combines the right asset with the right gift vehicle to meet their giving needs. Planned gifts include bequests, trusts, gift annuities, and other gift vehicles and can be funded with many different types of assets, including securities, real estate, CDs, and retirement assets. Contact our Gift Planning Office to learn more.

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Academic Building II

academic building IIOSU-Cascades is the fastest growing campus in the Oregon state system and also serves Oregon’s fastest growing region. After opening the doors of our new campus in the fall of 2016, it is already apparent that our expanding student body will outgrow the current facilities by the fall of 2021. Thus we are raising funds for a new academic building to be opened by the fall of 2021. This academic building, which will focus on STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) disciplines, will have a transformative effect on educating students as well as serving the economy and culture of Central Oregon. This STEAM building is the next step toward creating a world-class university to serve Central Oregon and beyond. Along with new academic programs and student success initiatives, the physical infrastructure will be designed with best practices for student learning and faculty research.  

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Scholarship support allows OSU-Cascades to be accessible to students by opening doors and allowing them to focus on their education, rather than how they will pay for it. At OSU-Cascades, this support is very important, particularly to the many first-generation college students who pursue degrees here.

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ProgramsProgram Support

OSU-Cascades was created to address educational needs here in Central Oregon and launch rewarding careers. As we continue to grow and develop our academic programs, the support of OSU-Cascades alumni and friends is critical. Providing flexible program funding will help us continue to adapt and provide quality postsecondary education for our community.

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FacultyFaculty Support

Exceptional faculty not only teach, but they also inspire and challenge our students. This is why OSU-Cascades has made it a priority to recruit and retain outstanding professors. The creation of endowments that support professors is essential to achieving this goal, as they provide a steady source of funds.

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InnovationFund for Innovation (Unrestricted)

The Fund for Innovation provides much-needed unrestricted support for OSU-Cascades. Unrestricted funds are critically important for the growth and development of the campus. They allow for important strategic planning opportunities, help the campus recognize and reward outstanding faculty and staff, provide for faculty and undergraduate research opportunities, and, ultimately, provide flexibility for OSU-Cascades to take advantage of emerging opportunities.

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Julie Hotchkiss
Director of Development

becky johnson, vice president

Rebecca L. Johnson

Shawn Taylor
Executive Assistant
T: 541-322-3113

Rebecca L. (Becky) Johnson, was appointed as a vice president for Oregon State University - Cascades in May 2009, after serving as the interim leader since December 2008. As vice president, Dr. Johnson serves as the executive of the campus, reporting directly to the provost and executive vice president of Oregon State University.

Prior to coming to OSU-Cascades, Dr. Johnson had built a nearly 25-year career at Oregon State University in Corvallis, most recently, as vice provost for academic affairs and international programs.

As vice provost, she oversaw areas including Academic Programs and Academic Assessment; Difference, Power, and Discrimination Program; Writing Intensive Curriculum; Center for Writing and Learning; Academic Success Center; International Programs; Institutional Research; the ROTC units; OSU Press; and the OSU Libraries.

She was also responsible for leadership in all areas of academic personnel policy, including promotion and tenure, appointments and reappointments, sabbatical requests, and faculty awards and recognition. The vice provost serves as the liaison on university accreditation and related activities.

As the senior associate to the provost and executive vice president, Dr. Johnson was involved in all aspects of academic affairs, including academic budgeting and strategic planning, and served as a member of the Cabinet and Provost's Council.

Prior to her appointment as vice provost, Dr. Johnson served as the associate dean for academic affairs and international programs in the College of Forestry.  She also has served in the Faculty Senate and on many university committees. She was the chair of the OSU 2007 Steering Committee, which led the development of the OSU Strategic Plan.  From 1990 to 2003, she served on the Governor’s Council of Economic Advisors.

Dr. Johnson joined OSU as an assistant professor and now holds the rank of full professor in the Department of Forest Resources, College of Forestry. Her research focused on estimating the economic values and impacts of non-market resources, including recreation and tourism, fish and wildlife, and biodiversity. She has collaborated with federal, state, and local agencies on issues of concern to rural, natural-resource-based communities.

She received a B.A. in economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and an M.S. and Ph.D. in agricultural economics from Michigan State University.


  • Member, Central Oregon Regional Solutions Advisory Committee
  • Board member, City Club of Central Oregon (2010-2012)
  • Higher Education Assessment Team of Central Oregon (2009-present)
  • Member, The Rotary Club of Greater Bend (2009-present)
  • Board member, EDCO (2008-present)
  • Chair, Oregon State University Strategic Planning Steering Committee (2003-2004)
  • Governor’s Council of Economic Advisors (1990-2003)


  • Bend Chamber Woman of the Year (2015)


Opportunities for OSU-Cascades Students

Going abroad is one of the best means of gaining the experience you need to be competitive in the job market today. It's also a great way to see the world while expanding your academic experiences. Use these resources to begin the journey of discovering how an education abroad experience will fit into your degree plan here at OSU-Cascades.

  • Go to the Getting Started with OSU GO website to to begin exploring and researching the opportunities student have at OSU.
  • Explore International Internships.
  • View the online First Steps presentation to learn the basics of education abroad programs.
  • Meet with your Academic Advisor to discuss how education abroad will fit into your academic curriculum at OSU-Cascades. You may need to meet with additional advisors if you have multiple majors and/or minors.
  • Contact Maribeth Erlich, OSU-Cascades study abroad advisor at 541-322-2090 or to set up a next steps meeting. Please include your name, OSU ID#, countries/programs of interest, and your availability.
  • Make sure you've filed your FAFSA and that you're researching scholarships and financial aid options for your time abroad.

OSU International Business Exchange Program

Each spring term students from the OSU-Cascades business program study in Bad Mergentheim, Germany as part of an exchange program with Berufsakademie Mosbach- University of Cooperative Education. Students take courses in international business, taught in English, while experiencing the culture of Germany.

Application Deadline: October prior to exchange

Contact Maribeth Erlich, Study Abroad Advisor at 541-322-2090 or

Resources for Education Abroad Students

Opportunities for OSU-Cascades Faculty

Going abroad is just as beneficial for faculty as it is for students. Expand your connections globally and enhance your classroom teaching through Fulbright placements or teaching for a quarter on one of our study programs. Work with our research office to obtain grant funding for projects abroad as well. Follow the appropriate links below for information on current international resources:


Contact Maribeth Erlich, Study Abroad Advisor at 541-322-2090 or

Undergraduate Applications

Important! New OSU-Cascades students are considered for University Scholarships through their application for admission. Complete the scholarship application within the online admission application.

Complete applications must be received by the following dates:

Application Deadlines for Fall 2018

November 1, 2017

Early action
The benefit to applying early is you will receive your admission decision by December 20.

February 1, 2018

Priority admission
Apply by this date for priority admission and scholarship consideration.

May 1, 2018

Transfer priority admission
Transfer students: Apply by this date for priority admission and scholarship consideration.

September 1, 2018

Final application deadline for fall 2018.

Application Deadline for Winter 2018

December 1, 2017

Final application deadline for winter 2018.

Application Deadline for Spring 2018

March 1, 2018

Final application deadline for spring 2018.

Application Deadline for Summer 2018

June 1, 2018

Final application deadline for summer 2018.

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Graduate Applications

OSU-Cascades graduate program application deadlines vary by major.

The Oregon State University - Cascades Advocacy and Advisory Board is the principal volunteer leadership organization for the campus. Board membership provides an opportunity for alumni, friends and community members to deepen their engagement with OSU-Cascades, and for the Vice President of OSU-Cascades to gain advice and support. Members of the Board use their knowledge, networks, influence and affluence to advance OSU-Cascades' goals and help ensure the campus's future success. The Board promotes a positive image for OSU-Cascades, its students, alumni and business partners throughout the region, state and nation.

The board meets three to four times each academic year. Board meetings are open to the public. 

For media inquiries contact Christine Coffin, Director of Communications at 541-322-3152.

Board Meetings

Board Charter


Oran Teater, Chair
John Rexford, Vice Chair
Bruce Cummings, Secretary


Scott Allan
Erin Borla
Bruce Cummings
David Ford
Lisa Hale
Dan Hobin
Mike Hollern
Kathy Persing
Mark Kralj
Rod Ray
Amy Tykeson
Alan Unger
Melanie Widmer



Oran Teater

Branch Manager and Registered Investment Advisor, Raymond James Financial Services
Former Councilor, Bend City Council
Member, Oregon Governor’s Council of Economic Advisors
Former Mayor, City of Bend

oran-teater-boardOran Teater has been a financial advisor in Bend for the past 29 years, and is currently the Branch Manager and a Registered Investment Advisor with Raymond James Financial Services. Prior to entering the investment business in the early 1980s, he owned and operated a nationally franchised personnel agency. Oran, a fourth generation Oregonian, has lived in Bend since 1971, following his great-grandparents who immigrated to the area in the late 1800s. He has held leadership positions within many community organizations in Central Oregon, serving as president of the Bend Chamber of Commerce, a founding member of Economic Development for Central Oregon (EDCO), chair of the Growing Tree Children’s Center and president of the Greater Bend Rotary Club. He was elected to the Bend City Council in 1996 and again in 2000, and served as Mayor from 2002 to 2004.  In January 2009, he was appointed again to the City Council to replace Councilor Chris Telfer who was leaving the Council to begin her first term in the Oregon Senate. At the state level, Oran has served on the Governor’s Council of Economic Advisors since 1999. He holds a degree in business from Southern Oregon University, is married to Janie, a teacher in the Bend LaPine School District. Son Kyle is a financial analyst for the Boeing Company in Seattle.

Vice Chair

John Rexford

Superintendent, High Desert Education Service District


John Rexford has served as superintendent of the High Desert Education Service since 2012. He previously worked with Bend-La Pine Schools for 23 years, lastly as deputy superintendent. He spent four years in the private sector prior to entering Oregon public school business management in 1985. He completed a BS in business at Oregon State University and earned an MBA from Portland State University. He earned educational administration credentials from the University of Oregon.  John has served in the past as a director in the Oregon Association of School Business Officials, the executive board of the Oregon School Facilities Management Association, and as a trustee on the PACE school risk pool. He led planning efforts in Bend resulting in four successful bond issues to build 13 new schools during his tenure at Bend-La Pine Schools. John has written and spoken on wide-range of topics, including effective meetings, successful communications, and long-range school planning.  His wife, Sharon is a high school math teacher, and they have two adult daughters, one son-in-law and a one grandchild.


Bruce Cummings

bruce-cummingsRetired, NBC News broadcast journalist

Bruce Cummings and his wife Sandy have lived in Bend since 2006 when he retired from NBC News after 30-plus years as a broadcast journalist. The lion's share of his career was spent at NBC Nightly News, where he worked as a senior producer with Tom Brokaw and then Brian Williams. Bruce spent 18 of those years in NBC's Washington, D.C. bureau, managing the reporting of correspondents and producers covering the White House, the Hill, the State Department, the Pentagon and the federal agencies. He and the NightlBrucebrucey team won numerous Emmys and other national awards. He was regularly called on to manage the coverage of major breaking news stories for all NBC News programs, including the Enron meltdown and the D.C. sniper. He transferred to the Los Angeles bureau of NBC News in 1997, continuing in his role as a senior producer of NBC Nightly News. He oversaw coverage of national stories from Alaska south through the Pacific Northwest, California, Mexico, and inland through the intermountain west…stories as diverse as the Columbine massacre and Michael Jackson's trial to California politics and the west’s legendary battles over water rights and annual rounds of wildland fires. Before joining NBC network news, Bruce was executive producer of the nation’s capital’s evening news at WRC-TV, the NBC-owned station in Washington, DC. He worked prior to that as a news producer for the late Peter Jennings at ABC's "Good Morning America." Bruce began his broadcasting career as a radio show host and then local television news anchor and producer on the east coast. Over the years, Bruce has done extensive work as a narrator of television productions and a voice-over artist for commercials and on-air promos. In Bend he works with his wife, who is the founder of TVStoryteller, an independent  video production company specializing in documentaries. Bruce is involved in community service via Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers, Saving Grace, and Shepherd’s House. 


Scott Allan

General Manager, Hydro Flask

Scott AllanScott Allan became president and CEO of Bend based Hydro Flask in 2012 and subsequently set the company’s successful premium brand strategy. Over the next few years, Hydro Flask was twice named to Inc 500 and Outside Magazine’s Top 100 Places to Work, and Scott was named the 2015 EY Entrepreneur of the Year for the Pacific Northwest. Hydro Flask was acquired by Helen of Troy in March 2016. Scott was retained as general manager responsible for the strategy and continued global growth of the business. Previously, Scott spent 15 years in Silicon Valley serving in roles commercializing Apple Pay technology, as VP/General Manager of the Motorola Solutions payment and kiosk business, and as COO for a Silicon Valley payment and cloud based services venture. Scott also served as CEO of TriniTEQ, a handheld restaurant ordering system developer. Scott serves on the board of Cairn, an outdoor products monthly subscription service, the advisory board of Sudara, a social enterprise offering vibrant India sourced apparel, and the advisory board of the No Bake Cookie Company. Scott earned a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from the UC Berkeley and a MBA from Northwestern University. He enjoys mountain biking, snowboarding, golfing, surfing, and travel with his wife Annie and four children.

Erin Borla

Owner, Fast Creek Productions, LLC

erin borlaErin M. Borla was born and raised in Central Oregon. Her family lived in Bend until the early '90s when they moved to Sisters. Erin is a graduate of Sisters High School. She received a Bachelor’s of Science in agriculture from Oregon State University in Corvallis, where she focused on communications and leadership studies. After college Erin accepted a position traveling for her fraternity, and spent time in more than a dozen U.S states and on over 25 college campuses coaching and guiding young women through higher education learning programs. In 2003, Erin returned to Central Oregon and opened a small public relations firm, Fast Creek Productions, LLC. Fast Creek has prided itself on its work with Central Oregon's rural non-profits hosting events, managing websites, drafting press releases, developing social media campaigns and facilitating marketing programs. Over the past 14 years Fast Creek's client list has grown to include the Sisters Folk Festival, Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show, Sisters Movie House, Sisters School District, Cycle Oregon, Bank of the Cascades and more. Erin received her Master’s of Tourism Administration from George Washington University in Washington, D.C.. In 2009, Erin became the executive director of the Sisters Area Chamber of Commerce where she increased membership by 20 percent, and led the effort to establish a balanced budget for the organization for first time in several years. Erin stepped away from the Chamber of Commerce in 2014. She now spends much of her time serving as a trustee for her family’s foundation, The Roundhouse Foundation, and volunteering with various causes in the Sisters area. Along with continuing to serve Fast Creek Productions smaller clientele, Erin writes for the The Nugget Newspaper. She enjoys spending her free time with her husband, Chris and three children, Charlie (17), Frankie (7) and Nealie (4). She also enjoys riding horses, knitting and reading.

David Ford

General Manager, West Bend Property Company - NorthWest Crossing

david-ford-boardDavid Ford is general manager of West Bend Property Company, the developer of NorthWest Crossing, a mixed-use community located on Bend’s west side. Prior to West Bend Property Company, David worked for Heery International, an architectural services and construction program management consulting firm, managing capital improvement programs for Bend – La Pine, Crook County and Culver school districts. With broad based experience in real estate and construction management, he has successfully completed of $250 million of public and private construction programs in Central Oregon. David completed his undergraduate degree at the University of California, Davis and has an M.B.A. from the University of Denver’s School of Business and Public Management. David is currently serving on the COCC Board of Directors. David and his wife, Kitri, have lived in Central Oregon since 1991 and are the proud parents of Harper, their chocolate Labrador retriever.

Dan Hobin

CEO and Co-Founder, G5 Search Marketing

dan-hobin-boardDan Hobin is co-founder and chief executive officer of G5 Search Marketing Inc., a Bend-based technology company that manages and measures clients’ online marketing efforts. Prior to founding G5, Hobin was the founder and chief executive officer of SmashCast, Inc., a web-based digital publishing company based in San Francisco. Dan has held key sales and marketing roles at, a company specializing in online software sales, and in their spin out, CyberSource Corporation, a company that focused on e-commerce services in San Jose, California. Dan is a managing partner of Bend Capital Partners and a co-founder of the Bend Venture Conference, organizations devoted to fostering the growth of technology companies in Central Oregon. Dan received his bachelor’s degree in Asian Studies from the University of California at Santa Barbara with a focus on Japanese business and is a graduate of the Shibusawa International School in Fukaya, Japan. He lives with his wife Sara and three sons in Bend.

Mike Hollern

Chairman of the Board, Brooks Resources Corporation

Mike HollernAfter helping to found Brooks Resources Corporation in the late '60s, Mike has had a large influence on the Central Oregon region over the last 40-plus years. Mike guided Brooks Resources through the fat and thin years of the real estate industry, creating such memorable communities as Black Butte Ranch, North Rim, Awbrey Butte and NorthWest Crossing. He has also helped to shape a company whose name has become synonymous with community support. His vision is apparent throughout the community and he has positively influenced issues such as transportation, education, economic development and cultural resources. Mike is the convener of the state’s Advisory Board of the Governor's Regional Solutions team, member of the Oregon Business Council, and serves on several private and public boards and foundations throughout the U.S. He is the former chair of the Oregon Transportation Commission, appointed by Governor Goldschmidt, and also served on an Oregon State University - Cascades real estate committee. Mike was honored by Willamette University’s Atkinson Graduate School of Management as the 2014 Glenn L. Jackson Leadership award recipient. He and his wife Sue have been honored within the community they’ve served by the Bend Chamber and Central Oregon Builders’ Association, among others.

Kathy Persing

Former Co-Chair, Microsoft’s US Partners in Learning National Advisory Committee

Kathy Klock PersingKathy Klock Persing is a graduate of Oregon State University and her career has been devoted to the field of education. Kathy spent six years as senior program officer with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation creating professional development programs across the country and developing high school initiatives in a number of states. She has served on advisory boards that supported the Colleges of Education at OSU and at Washington State University. She just completed work with the Governor’s Office in the State of Washington on a project linking Eastern Washington University and Chaney School District through mathematics. Kathy was also co-chair of Microsoft’s US Partners in Learning original National Advisory Committee. She has four children, three sons and a daughter, and several grandchildren. Two of Kathy’s children are graduates of Oregon State University; the others graduated from Portland State and Eastern Washington University. She recently served on the design team for Redmond’s new high school.

Mark Kralj

Principal, Ferguson Wellman Capital Management

Mark KraljMark Kralj is a principal and member of Ferguson Wllman Capital Management's investment team. Mark joined the firm in 1989 and is a portfolio manager with clients concentrated in Portland, Vancouver, Bend and Boise. Before joining the firm, he was an equity analyst and portfolio manager for high-net-worth clients at First Interstate Bank. Mark received his B.S. in business from Oregon State University. He also is a graduate of the Pacific Coast Banking School. Mark is a member and past president of the Chartered Financial Analysts Society of Portland. He serves as a trustee for the Providence Child Center Foundation, the Oregon State University Foundation and the Oregon Symphony Board. Mark is a founding member of the Professional Advisory Council for the Community Foundation for Southwest Washington and is on the Investment Committee & Planned Giving Committee of St. Vincent Hospital Foundation. Mark is past chairman of the board of trustees and investment committee of the National American Red Cross Endowment. 

Rod Ray

Rod RayFormer CEO, Bend Research, Inc.

Dr. Rod Ray is the former chief executive officer at Bend Research, Inc., where he worked for over 30 years. BRI was purchased in 2014 by Capsugel, and Rod remains involved as a member of their Scientific and Business Advisory Board. During his time at Bend Research, he held numerous positions specializing in the development and commercialization of a wide range of products. He was instrumental in directing the management of large-scale programs to advance pharmaceutical compounds through the development process to commercialization, and served as the primary management contact for client companies. In addition to his expertise in advancing pharmaceutical processes and products, Rod has extensive experience in commercializing diverse products for the electronics, energy, medical, agricultural, and space industries. He is currently a consultant and board member for various pharmaceutical and technological companies. Rod holds a master’s degree and doctorate in chemical engineering from the University of Colorado, and a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Oregon State University.  He is a registered Professional Engineer in Colorado and Oregon, holds 23 U.S. patents, and has 46 publications.

Amy Tykeson

Managing Trustee, Tykeson Family Charitable Trust
Former CEO, BendBroadband

Amy TykesonAs president and CEO of BendBroadband, Amy built a highly regarded company known for technology leadership, customer service and corporate citizenry. Through industry advocacy she helped shape national telecom policy.  Family-owned BendBroadband was sold to Telecom and Data Systems in 2014.  During her 32 years in the cable industry, Amy served on the boards of the National Cable and Telecommunications Association, CableLabs, C-SPAN and Oregon Cable Telecommunications Association. Currently Amy is the managing trustee of the Tykeson Family Foundation, overseeing operations and contributions to education, healthcare and the arts. She is a board member of OHSU and OPB and a member of Central Oregon Regional Solutions Advisory Council. Amy is active with several start-up companies in Oregon. She is a member of Looking Forward, and co-founder of Now4 OSU-Cascades, a community coalition supporting the campus. Past board service includes the Catlin Gabel School, The Nature Conservancy of Oregon and Economic Development for Central Oregon. Amy has been inducted into the Cable Hall of Fame and has received the NCTA’s Vanguard Award for Distinguished Leadership, OSU Cascades’ Distinguished Service Award, the Central Oregon Community College Citizen of the Year Award, and Portland Business Journal’s Orchid Award. Amy lives in Bend, Oregon with her husband Dr. John Teller.

Why work for Oregon State University - Cascades in Bend? We'll offer three good reasons: people, place and community. Our faculty and staff are known for their collaborative spirit and innovation, our students are passionate problem solvers and our alumni are leaders in the community. With the mountains of the Cascade Range and the Deschutes River nearby, there's virtually unlimited recreation year-round - everything from skiing and snowboarding to hiking, rock climbing and mountain biking to kayaking and whitewater rafting. In Bend, you'll find the eclectic mix of historic mill town, mountain resort and up and coming city.

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Transcripts: Freshman Admission

Contact your high school counseling office and have official transcripts sent directly to Enrollment Services at Oregon State University - Cascades.  If you received any college credit, AP, IB or CLEP, you must contact the college(s) directly and request that official transcripts be sent directly to Enrollment Services at OSU-Cascades. Do this as soon as you apply to ensure you are ready to register once you are admitted.

Transcripts: Transfer Admission

Contact the Registrar's Office at each college or university you have attended and have official transcripts sent directly to Enrollment Services at OSU-Cascades. We must have all official transcripts from institutions you have attended before we review your application.

If COCC has official transcripts from your previous colleges, you can request that COCC send copies to OSU-Cascades. The request form is available in the COCC admissions office in Boyle Education Center. COCC does not charge to send transcripts to OSU-Cascades for admissions or advising. Request your transcript through COCC admissions office in Boyle Education Center. 

If you graduated from high school in 1997 or later and took two years of high school foreign language, contact your high school and request a transcript to be sent directly to Enrollment Services at OSU-Cascades.

Transcripts Between OSU-Cascades and COCC

COCC sends transcripts for all OSU-Cascades students to OSU-Cascades Enrollment Services at the end of each term. This process is automatic and there is no charge to the students. If you receive an AAOT or grade change at a later date you will be responsible for requesting COCC to send OSU-Cascades an updated transcript. You should go to Boyle Education Center to request the transcript to avoid a fee.

OSU Official transcripts

OSU transcripts must be requested through the OSU Student Online Services, MyOSU. Choose for transcript to be mailed to you. "Pick up at the counter" option is only availble to Corvallis students.

Official transcripts contain a summary of transfer credit and detailed course information for OSU credits. Official transcripts mailed to the student are enclosed in a sealed envelope. The transcripts retain their official status as long as the inner envelope is not opened. Transcripts cannot be faxed.

There is no charge for a mailed transcript. Electronic transcripts cost a fee.

To find out how to obtain official transcripts, please see OSU Office of the Registrar Transcripts.

Where to Send Transcripts

Paper Transcripts (Official transcripts must remain in sealed envelope.)

Send to:

Office of Enrollment Services
1500 SW Chandler Avenue
Bend, Oregon 97702

Electronic transcripts must come directly from school and can be emailed to