Oregon Institute of Technology

Home of the Owls

About Oregon TECH

  • Located in Klamath falls Oregon
  • Estimated total college cost: $44,278 to $79,658 plus Externship costs
  • Offers a full course for Diagnostic Medical Sonography
  • There is about 4,050 students who attend OIT
  • 20:1 Student Teacher ratio

Klamath Falls ~City of sunshine

Facts

  • AS of July 1st 2015 population is nearly 66,016
  • On the edge of Upper Klamath lake (largest natural lake in the Pacific Northwest)
  • Has one sister city, Rotorua, New Zealand
  • Geothermal heating since 1900's
Climate
  • Nearly 300 days of sun per year
  • Classified as warm summer Mediterranean
  • Dry summer, Snowy winter (OIT Campus has Geothermal sidewalks meaning no ice or snow on campus sidewalks)
  • Hot summer days, Cool summer nights, Cool windy winter days

Recreation

  • Running Y ranch resort and hotel offers golfing, ice skating,
  • Moore Park (Many trails for hiking,biking, jogging, etc.)
  • Many different parks including OC&E Woods line State trail (the longest state park in Oregon), Veterans memorial park,
  • 50 Miles North of Crater lake national park
  • 30 Miles South East of Lava beds National monument

Admissions

First year students

  • $50 Application Fee
  • Official High School Transcripts
  • GPA 3.00 or higher. 2.5 to 2.99 may be excepted with SAT and/or ACT scores
  • 4 Years English
  • 3 Years Math, Science, and Social studies
  • 2 Years of the same Foreign Language

Transfer students

  • $50 Application fee
  • At least 36 quarter-hour credits or 24 Semester-hour credits
  • 2.25 or higher College GPA
  • C- or higher in WRI 115 and MATH 95
  • Official College transcript(s)

Paying for College

Josephine county scholarships


  • Aaron Anderson Memorial
  • Asante Three Rivers Fitness Club Scholarship
  • Caveman Kiwanis Club Scholarships
  • Criswell Scholarship
  • Dale Boothe memorial Scholarship
  • FAFSA
  • Foerst-Rippee Scholarship

Achieving my Goal

My goals for the next year of High School include, working hard to keep my grades up, going above and beyond on my school work, and applying to as many scholarships as possible to make my future better.


The classes I plan on taking at the High School are all the medical honors classes, chemistry and calculus.

After I graduate I plan on going to RCC and taking 2 terms of a language and setting up an articulation agreement between RCC and OIT so I can take all my pre-rec classes so I can focus on just Diagnostic Medical Sonography (Ultra-sound)

Possible volunteer work

I can volunteer through the youth volunteer program at Asante Three Rivers Medical Center. This will give me a better view on how the medical field works and gain more knowledge on the imaging center.