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Taking part in TSOAR?If you have an AAOT or other qualifying transfer degree, your General Education requirements are met. Make sure your submitted transcript includes the conferral of your transfer degree. Visit our drop in General Education sessions for transcript review of any courses that may meet General Education requirements. Two sessions are scheduled:
Students are always welcome to use the WCS link in their portal to schedule a one-on-one appointment for assistance with General Education requirements as well.
General Education COVID-19 update:
The General Education office is operating at normal capacity, but we have shifted our operations to take place at a distance, in keeping with best practices recommended during the COVID-19 outbreak. What else would you expect from the program that brought you a Science, Technology and Society requirement?
As always, petition requests are best arranged via the General Education requirement petition form (www.wou.edu/gened/petitions-form). If you are seeking help with a General Education question and would like to book a web-based appointment session please use the WCS link in your WOU portal or contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For additional updates and information on COVID-19 go to: https://wou.edu/coronavirus/
Your academic advisor is still your first stop for help with General Education requirements. We encourage you to make sure you check in with them before submitting a petition request.
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Military Veterans and Active Duty Personnel
Make sure you file your Joint Services Transcript with the registrar’s office. You may have filled some General Education requirements already.
- Intellectual foundations and breadth of exposure: Put into practice different and varied forms of knowledge, inquiry, and expression that frame academic and applied learning.
- Critical thinking: Demonstrate the ability to evaluate information and develop well-reasoned and evidence-based conclusions.
- Citizenship: Articulate the challenges, responsibilities, and privileges of belonging in a complex, diverse, interconnected world.
- Multidisciplinary learning: Integrate knowledge, perspectives, and strategies across disciplines to answer questions and solve problems.