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Graduate School: New Student FAQ
Below you will find some helpful information regarding the various offices on campus, resources for students and a new student checklist.
Contact information for the Registrar's Office is as follows.
Contact information for the Student Accounts Office is as follows.
Contact information for the Financial Aid Office is as follows.
Contact information for the Public Safety Office is as follows.
Information on services for students, such as getting started, collections, services & resources can be found by clicking here.
Frana Hall 111
Buckley Center 212
Shiley Computer Lab
Contact information for the Career Services Office is as follows.
Contact information for the Health Center is as follows.
You can filter for academics, athletics, students, etc. by using the 'Filter Events' links in the right hand column.
In order to obtain your student ID card you will need to visit the Public Safety Office with a copy of your course schedule, verifying that you are a student.
Please note that your student ID card will be necessary when accessing many of the resources available through the library.
3/4 time students are those that are registered for 7-8 credit hours of coursework.
1/2 time students are those that are registered for 5-6 credit hours of coursework.
Less than 1/2 time students are those that are registered for 4 credit hours or less of coursework.
Tuition payments can be made in the form of cash, personal check, money order, traveler's check, and waire transfer. Please contact the Office of Student Accounts at 503.943.7336 for wire transfer information. All payments must include the student's ID number in order to expedite the process accurately and timely. Please do not mail cash.
Tuition payments can also be made online. For information on making online payments please click here.
It is also possible to use a monthly payment plan in order to pay your tuition. For additional information on this option please click here.
Many faculty members use Moodle for posting course syllabi, lecture notes/powerpoint slides, class assignments and many other things. Once you're logged in to Moodle you can click on Support in the top right corner in order to gain information on getting started with Moodle and helpful 'How To' tips.
If you have questions are are experiencing technical problems please contact the Help Desk at 503.943.7000 or email@example.com.
The Commons, which is the main dining facility, is located in the academic quad next to the Chapel of Christ the Teacher.
There is also a coffer cart located in the basement of Franz Hall.
New Student Checklist
Student ID Card
e-mail/username - log-in to PilotsUP and Moodle
Health History Form