How does financial aid work for dually enrolled students?
Students seeking financial aid under the dual enrollment agreement are able to combine their credits at each institution to be considered a full-time student under federal reporting guidelines. Students will work with the Oregon Tech Financial Aid Office to designate which school will be considered their Home Institution and which school will be the partner school. The Home Institution will distribute financial aid to the student. A student would then be responsible for taking care of the account at the partner school. The business offices are not connected. Students must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours with their Home Institution to receive financial aid.
Our Financial Aid office will electronically receive your enrollment data and enter you into our system. Coursework must be applicable to your Oregon Tech degree and you must receive a C or better.
Want more information or to discuss this policy with an Oregon Tech financial aid counselor? Contact: email@example.com or 541.885.1280.