Current students see Plan for a PIN for how to get your PIN.
New students must attend an Orientation to get their PIN. Orientation is for students who have never attended classes at OSU.
The Baccalaureate Core (Bacc Core) Curriculum represents what the OSU faculty believes is the foundation for students' further understanding of the modern world. Informed by natural and social sciences, arts, and humanities, the Bacc Core requires students to think critically and creatively, and to synthesize ideas and information when evaluating major societal issues. Importantly, the Bacc Core promotes understanding of interrelationships among disciplines in order to increase students' capacities as ethical citizens of an ever-changing world.
Visit the OSU catalog for a list of Bacc Core Classes.
If you have been out of OSU for more than four terms (not counting summer), you need to be readmitted to the University. (Readmittance to University).
If you want to return to OSU, you need to meet with an advisor. Prior to meeting with an advisor, be sure to read the Oregon State University Instructions For Suspended Students (pdf).
Some majors in the College of PHHS are Pre-Professional programs. Students must apply to these programs after prerequisites are completed. Applications for these programs are submitted during Spring term only. Admission to these programs is very competitive. Please review the program for requirements.
An option is at least 21 credits of designated courses in the major, at least 15 credits of which are upper-division courses (numbered 300 and above). Most majors in the College of PHHS require an option.
CPHHS offers a Human Development and Family Science degree with a General option. If you are a new student with Ecampus, complete the online orientation through Ecampus. When the orientation is complete, the Ecampus advisor will contact you.
No. Students in CPHHS are not required to have a minor; however, many students choose to complete a minor to complement their major or to meet credit hour requirements.
OSU does NOT offer a major in pre-med/pre-nursing/pre-professional studies. Students interested in the health professions are encouraged to declare a major in a subject of interest. Professional health programs do not require any particular major; however, pre-med/pre-nursing/pre-professional students need to complete the necessary science and math prerequisite courses for acceptance. Several majors in CPHHS have the prerequisites built into their curriculum. Check out our Pre-med page for more details.
The Office of the Registrar has an interactive GPA calculator.
Graduation is more than showing up to walk. Be sure to look through Steps to Graduate on Time.