Oregon Promise and Co-Admission

Did you know that you can take classes at PSU student while taking advantage of Oregon Promise? It’s called Co-Admission (or dual enrollment), and it allows you to be admitted to both PSU and a participating community college at the same time.

We are supportive of those who choose to pursue higher education through Oregon Promise, and applaud people who are following their passions as it’s a great route towards earning your bachelor’s degree at PSU.

As a co-admitted student you can get the financial support of Oregon Promise, and all the benefits of being enrolled as a PSU student, including access to PSU advising, credits transfers and the ability to begin taking classes at PSU at any time.

A co-admitted student may, in any given term, attend school to earn credit toward your degree in one of three ways:

  1. Take all courses at PSU
  2. Take all courses at the community college
  3. Take some courses at PSU and some at the community college

By enrolling as a co-admit, students will have 10 terms before they have to take courses at Portland State, but within those 10 terms they will have an active student status at PSU. Please note that your home school for financial aid should be the community college, and Oregon Promise funds can only be used for community college classes.

Learn more about co-admission at PSU, and reach out to your PSU Admissions Counselor today to learn more about how Oregon Promise can help get you money to follow your passions and land that perfect career.