OSU awards more than $20 million in merit-based scholarships annually to newly-admitted undergraduate students.
The following tool is for new undergraduates to let us know about their enrollment plans with OSU. Doing so allows OSU to begin planning for new students each term. We encourage you to let us know your plans, even if you are not planning to attend OSU.
Fall 2020 students must have their enrollment confirmed by September 1, but note that you must be confirmed to begin the new student orientation and course registration process, which began in May.
Confirmation for other terms is due one month prior to the start of the term.
So, let us know where you stand by choosing your status below. Are you planning to attend OSU?
Please note that confirming your enrollment with a deposit (ATD) is only required for domestic, undergraduate students. Some students may qualify for ATD exemptions. Post-baccalaureate students are not required to submit the ATD. Visit our 'What is the ATD' page!
To confirm your intent to enroll at Oregon State University, you must submit the Advance Tuition Deposit (ATD) form along with your $200 deposit payment. This allows us to create your student account and make plans for your arrival. It is not a fee. When you arrive on campus prior to the start of classes, your $200 ATD is applied to your tuition or any account balance you may have.
Payment of your ATD is required to participate in a START (new student orientation) program, which allows you to register for classes; For Fall Term 2020, your ATD becomes non-refundable on September 2nd, 2020. For Winter, Spring and Summer Terms, the ATD is refundable until three weeks before the start of the term.
Ecampus students are exempt from paying the $200 ATD. Ecampus students confirm enrollment on this form. Ecampus students participate in online orientation but do not attend START. You must be formally admitted to OSU before confirming your enrollment via this form.
We're sorry to hear that, but wish you luck in your future endeavors. Beaver Nation offers plenty of opportunities for students who don't wish to enroll full time, including dual enrollment partnerships with Oregon's community colleges, online courses to supplement your enrollment at another college, or Summer Session courses to help you catch up or get ahead.
To cancel your admission, please proceed to cancel admission.
New freshmen who are admitted to OSU but wish to postpone/defer their enrollment to a future academic year may qualify to do so under OSU's admission deferral policy.
If you plan to enroll in an OSU course in the term for which you were admitted, then you must pay the ATD above.
Some students may qualify for ATD exemptions.
If you plan to enroll in an OSU course in a future term, or term other than the one for which you were originally admitted as a DPP student, then you will not pay the ATD. Admitted DPP students who do not intend to take an OSU course during the term for which they were initially admitted should not declare their intent to enroll using this page.
At the start of their second term at OSU, DPP students who are not ready to take OSU courses will complete their "Intent to Enroll" survey. To do so: