Oregon Institute Of Technology

Wilsonville, Oregon

School Information

  • Located in Wilsonville, OR which is 228 miles from Grants Pass
  • Application fee of $50
  • Estimated Tuition is $21,628 living on Campus and $21,152 living off Campus
  • Must have an unweighted cumulative GPA of 3.0, C- Average Grades, If 3.0 GPA or Above it is not required to meet minimum SAT or ACT scores
  • Must have done the 15 core classes in high school : 4 years of English, 3 years of Math, 3 years of Science, 3 years of Social Studies and 2 years of the same foreign language
  • Acceptance rate is 39.8%
  • Average Freshman Retention rate is 72%
  • 4 year graduation rate is 16%
  • Student to Faculty ratio is 13:1
  • 4,050 undergraduate students enrolled

About Oregon Institute of Technology

Location Information

Fun Things To Do in Wilsonville, Oregon


  • Go to the Villebois Sunday Market
  • Go bowling at Wilsonville Lanes
  • Go to the Family Fun Center
  • Go to Downtown Portland which is only 20 miles away
  • Go to a park such as Wilsonville's Memorial Park
  • See a movie at the movie theater
  • Visit the Willamette River

Weather

  • 42 inches of rain yearly
  • Snowfall is 2 inches yearly
  • Number of days with measurable precipitation is 155 days
  • On average 144 sunny days
  • January low is 34 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Average July high is 80 degrees Fahrenheit

Geography

  • Southern edge of the Portland Metropolitan area
  • Elevation is 154 feet above sea level
  • North side of the Willamette River
  • Chehalem Mountains
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Paying For College

I hope to pay for College through:

  • Financial Aid
  • Academic Scholarships
Scholarships I plan on applying for:

  • Scholarships from OIT such as the Southern Oregon Latino Scholarship Fund and the Oregon NASA Space Grant Scholarship
  • Aaron Anderson Memorial Scholarship
  • Possibly Parkside Elementary Scholarship
  • South Middle School Scholarship
  • Grants Pass High School Band Award
  • As many as I can really
FAFSA form deadline: June 30th

Achieving Post High School Goals

My goals for the next two years of high school are:


  • To maintain a GPA higher than a 3.5
  • Continue in the extra -curricular activities I do such as Band, Bowling Team, and Theatre


Classes I can take to help achieve those goals:

  • Intro To Game Programming
  • Theatre Overview
  • Symphonic Band
  • AP US History
  • Oceanography&Astronomy
  • Pre Calculus and AP Statistics
  • Other tech class

Available Volunteer Work As Training

RASCAL or Rogue Area Senior Computer Assistance League