Redwood Campus Transfer Appointment Schedule:
Reverse Transfer Program - is this for you?
Oregon University System NEW Transfer website:
RCC's Annual Transfer Fair
Wednesday, January 15, 10 a.m. in the G Building Lobby
Grants Pass Campus:
Thursday, January 16, 10 a.m. in the Student Center
More information will be coming soon!
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The residency policy at RCC and the Oregon University System differ. If you are an out-of-state student it is important that you view the information on community college vs. Oregon University System residency requirements. Oregon Residency Information
Transfer guides will assist you in determining which lower-division courses you can take at RCC to meet the academic major requirements.
The Associate of Arts Transfer degree (AAOT) and Associate of Science Oregon Transfer degree in Business (ASOT) are two-year degrees offered by all the Oregon community colleges. The AAOT and ASOT transfers to all the Oregon public universities and many of the Oregon private colleges and universities. Completion of the AAOT/ASOT means you have completed all lower-division general education requirements required for a bachelor's degree. For many academic majors, that means you are halfway to your bachelor's degree.
Funding your Education
Financial aid and scholarships play an important part in funding your education. You can access this information from all the Oregon university web sites. Many schools offer scholarships exclusively for transfer students. Again, planning ahead is important - don't miss the filing deadlines for scholarships.
Transfer Center Locations:
- Riverside campus upstairs of G building next to the Counseling department.
- Redwood campus in Student Services, Wiseman building
The Transfer Centers are well stocked with resource materials including all Oregon universities school catalogs, brochures, admission and financial aid applications and transfer guides. Computers are available for students to explore college websites.