Students who live in or around Corvallis, Oregon may pursue the Natural Resources degree on the beautiful campus of Oregon State University.
All students are required to particpate in a START session that will help them get oriented to the college and program. The link below has the schedule and detailed information about START sessions. The Pre-Start Survey will help determine action steps that must be taken to complete the entrance process. You should register for a START session right away.
You will meet with an Academic Advisor each term to receive a PIN number for registration and to plan your academic program. Your advisor will be assigned to you after you attend a START session. If you have any questions prior to attending START you may contact Terina McLachlain, Program Coordinator, 541-207-3580,
Evaluation of Prior Coursework
Don't worry if your previous courswork is not on your OSU transcript yet or has not been evaluated by an advisor. There is PLENTY of OSU coursework you need for the NR degree that will not duplicate your previous work. It can take up to 6 weeks for your advisor to receive your records from the Admissions Office to be evaluated. We will try to have a full evaluation completed by the end of your first term at OSU. Please note that an Advanced Standing Report will not be generated by Admissions until you pay the Advanced Tuition Deposit.
Once you Advisor has evaluated your transcripts any applicable transfer work will be noted in MyDegrees, our online degree audit system. Students can petition to have prior or future courses count towards fulfilling specific requirements in the Natural Resources program. You will need to complete a Petition for Course Substitution for each course you are petitioning. Your advisor or the College of Forestry Head Advisor will receive and review your petition to determine if the course content meets program requirements.
In addition to our award winning faculty you will also have access to a comprehensive list of student services and facilities. You will want to bookmark and thoroughly review the information on the College of Forestry Student services website which includes information on scholarships, employment, and internships.
Check out a few of the facilities available to students on the Corvallis Campus.