*Compared to standard Oregon resident rate of $151.41 per credit hour with an average course load of 15 credits per term for 3 terms – fall, winter and spring.
Accelerated Baccalaureate Program
The Accelerated Baccalaureate program for freshman students reduces the number of credits required for graduation by taking into account your high school work. With a reduction in the number of credits required to graduate, you will be able take normal course loads, have time to participate in a wide variety of extracurricular activities, and still complete your college degree in just three years.
The Bridge Program is designed to invest in the strengths of Oregon college students, especially underrepresented populations: first-generation college students, second language learners, students from low-income families, and under-served minority groups. Oregon high school seniors with strengths such as leadership, active citizenry, creativity, innovations, passion, or other characteristics that may not be recognized by a SAT score or a borderline GPA may be nominated for this program.
Experience an intensive education that will challenge you to identify your true passions and prepare you for a job or graduate school. As part of the Honors College, you’ll participate in small classes taught by faculty who will actively engage you and push you to exceed your own expectations.