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Virtual Walking Tour of Campus

Using our new mobile application, you can take a walking tour of the Oregon State campus from your home or when you visit Corvallis. The Guidebook app is free and easy to use. Learn about OSU whenever it’s convenient for you!


Virtual 360-Degree Tour of Campus

We’re sorry that we can’t show you our campus in-person currently, but we have an outstanding virtual campus tour where we can show you some of our favorite spots at Oregon State University. This virtual tour is accessible 24/7, so click around whenever is convenient for you!

Connect With Us


Live Chat with OSU Admissions
Available 8:30am-5pm

Online Events and Connections

Email Undergraduate Admissions

Account Setup, Paying for College, and Where to Live

Setting Up Your OSU Accounts

Next Steps for Becoming an OSU Student!

The following list will properly guide Winter, Spring and Summer 2021 admits through their next steps once they’ve been admitted to OSU.

Fall 2021 admits should use their admission portal, Beaver Basecamp, to view and complete next steps in the enrollment process.  

ONID provides students official OSU email accounts, web server space, and access to CANVAS plus your student portal where you can pay your ATD to notify the Admissions Office that you are attending OSU. ONID registration is also required to access OSU ScholarDollars to apply for college and departmental scholarship opportunities at OSU.  Note:  ONID can take 36-48 hours after admission before you are able to register.  Check back frequently.

Register Your ONID Account

The ATD applies to all newly admitted students to confirm your enrollment to OSU and is payable online through my,oregonstate.edu portal. OSU's confirmation deadline is three weeks prior to the start of each term, although students should confirm their enrollment by making their deposit as soon as they know they will attend to allow time for advising, registration and other important next steps.

Pay Your Advance Tuition Deposit (ATD)

Submit your FAFSA


  • To be considered for financial aid from federal and state sources, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and list Oregon State University as one of your first six choices, with Federal School Code 003210. For the best chance of receiving aid, you should submit your FAFSA to the central processor by February 1 each year.
  • Accepting Financial Aid: If you submitted your FAFSA, you will receive a Financial Aid Award Offer. This letter outlines your financial aid package listing the financial assistance Oregon State can offer to help bridge the gap between your own resources and the cost of attending Oregon State. You can accept, reject, or revise your Financial Aid Award through my.oregonstate.edu by completing the following steps:
    • Select the Paying for College tab
    • Select Financial Aid Awards
    • Select the appropriate year (ex. 2020-2021)
    • Review your Terms & Conditions by selecting the Terms and Conditions tab
    • Select Accept Award Offer tab
    • Make your decisions about the aid that you want; Click Submit when done


Accept Your Aid

Some OSU scholarships, such as those offered by the University Scholars Program, are awarded to newly-admitted students based on the application for admission. Many colleges and departments also award additional scholarships based on applications submitted through Oregon State’s scholarship search and application system, OSU ScholarDollars. Newly-admitted students are eligible to apply for these scholarship opportunities through OSU ScholarDollars after they have set up their ONID accounts.

Learn about OSU ScholarDollars

You will receive information electronically that describes the many great housing options at OSU. Apply early to secure the housing location that's right for you.

Apply for Housing

All students must submit health history and immunization information to Student Health Services. For information and links needed to complete the requirement go to Student Health Services.

Review Immunization Requirements

START, OSU’s new student orientation and course registration program is available to students who have confirmed their enrollment by paying the $200 Advance Tuition Deposit (ATD) or who have received an ATD waiver/exemption. Details and updates can be found at https://newstudents.oregonstate.edu.

Sign up to participate in START

DUO provides secure two-step verification for your student records.
Learn more about DUO


Make it Official

Confirm Your Enrollment with an Advance Tuition Deposit

Already confirmed?  Show your #beavernation pride with these!

The Advanced Tuition Deposit (ATD) is a $200 deposit payment signifying a student’s commitment to Oregon State University. The ATD is a deposit, not a fee, which allows Oregon State to plan for our upcoming class. This deposit will be credited toward the student’s first term of enrollment.

The ATD is required in order to move forward with the matriculation process, which includes registering for START orientation and choosing housing options. Your $200 ATD is applied to your tuition or any account balance you may have. The enrollment deposit allows the University to more effectively plan for class offerings and student resources in preparation for the term.

The following students are required to pay:

  • Domestic, undergraduate students (first-year and transfer)
  • Degree Partnership Program students (with some exceptions)

The following students not required to pay the ATD:

  • Ecampus students
  • International students
  • Post-Baccalaureate students
  • Graduate students
  • Service members and Veterans
  • Undocumented/DACAmented students

Service members, Veterans, and Veteran Dependents

Oregon State recognizes the members of the U.S. Armed Forces, veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces, and ROTC scholarship recipients, by exempting them from paying the ATD. In order to be eligible for the ATD exemption, current military members serving on active duty need to submit a copy their most recent military orders, Enlisted Records Brief (ERB), Officer Records Brief (ORB), or scholarship paperwork. Veterans need to submit a copy of their DD-214. Please email them to [email protected], or mail them to:

Office of Admissions
104 Kerr Administration Bldg.
Corvallis, OR 97331

Dependents who are using Veteran benefits for their tuition at OSU can qualify for an ATD exemption by contacting the Office of Admissions at [email protected] or 541-737-4411


OSU offers ATD exemptions to qualified low-income applicants based on FAFSA results. Students who qualify for these exemptions will be notified of how to confirm their enrollment without paying the ATD. You may also be eligible if any of the following describe you:

  • Have an expected family contribution (EFC) less than $3,000 (as identified on your FAFSA)
  • Have an athletic scholarship of 50% or greater
  • Ecampus students
  • TRIO, SMILE, CAMP, EOP or LSAMP sponsored student
  • OSU Presidential Scholarship recipient
  • Employee of an Oregon public university, or family member of an employee

If you meet the above qualifications, request your exemption by submitting our request form.

For Winter, Spring and Summer Terms, the ATD is refundable until three weeks before the start of the term.  Refunds must be requested in writing to the Office of Admissions.

1. Go to my.oregonstate.edu and login with ONID credentials:


The ONID Login Screen

2. Click the "Resources" menu option at the top of the screens box. Then click "Advance Tuition Deposit" choice in the results.

3. Sign and submit your ATD.

The ONID Login Screen

4. To confirm your intent to attend Oregon State University, type your name in the signature box and click submit.

The ONID Login Screen

5. Submitting your signature will bring you back to the instructions screen. Click the mybill Page button to complete the payment steps.

The ONID Login Screen

6. From the main MyBill Student Account summary, select the Deposits tab:

The ONID Login Screen

7. Choose Current/ATD term from the select a term drop down menu and click Select:

The ONID Login Screen

8. Choose Advance Tuition Deposit from the select a deposit drop down menu and click Select:

The ONID Login Screen

9. A summary will appear. Click Continue:

The ONID Login Screen

10.There are two options for paying your ATD on this screen: with an Electronic Check or using a Credit Card. Select Electronic Check. Click Select.

The ONID Login Screen

11. Enter the account type, routing number, bank account number, confirm the bank account number, and the name on the account:

The ONID Login Screen

12. You may choose to save this account information for future use by checking the save payment method box and entering an account name. This is not required. Click Continue.

The ONID Login Screen

13. Confirm that the account information is correct. Check the box to agree to the terms and conditions. Click Submit Payment.

The ONID Login Screen

Print or save the receipt for your records. You will also receive an email from [email protected] confirming submission of your Advance Tuition Deposit payment.

10. Select the 'Credit Card via PayPath' option from the method drop-down selection. Click Continue.

The ONID Login Screen

11. Verify that the transaction details are correct. If they are, click Continue to PayPath.

The ONID Login Screen

12. This will open up a new window greeting you to the PayPath Payment Service. After checking the information is correct, click Continue.

The ONID Login Screen

13. Next, it'll show the deposit amount that you'll be paying. Ensure the amount is correct before clicking Continue.

The ONID Login Screen

14. Input your credit card information, verify everything is correct, and click Continue.

The ONID Login Screen 15. At this point, verify your information once more and Submit.

Print or save the receipt for your records. You will also receive an email from [email protected] confirming submission of your Advance Tuition Deposit payment.


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