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The Criminal Justices Sciences Division is sponsoring Juvenile Justice Week, beginning October 19, w

 The Western Oregon University Board of Trustees welcomes new members Susan Castillo, Leah Mitchell,

With advising for winter term beginning and looking at the community health statistics related to CO

Western Oregon University (WOU) has announced that winter term classes at both the Monmouth campus a

This is the first in a series featuring new WOU faculty members. We spoke with Jay Schwartz, assista


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  • Who's favorite season is fall? Campus is gorgeous this time of year (and every time of year).⁠
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#HowlAboutIt #PNWwonderland #TravelOregon #OregonFall
  • It's National Transfer Student Week and we're kicking it off by sharing 5 tips for transfer students. ⁠⠀
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1. You can transfer to WOU any term. We also offer rolling admission, which means you can apply any time.⁠⠀
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2. We have a transfer requirements checklist to help you make sure you have everything you need.⁠⠀
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3. You can use our articulation tool to see how your credits will transfer to WOU.⁠⠀
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4. We offer multiple degree completion options to fit your needs, and we're available to talk with you about what will work best.⁠⠀
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5. Do you have an Associates of Arts Oregon Transfer degree? To ease the transfer process, make sure the school you're transferring from has conferred your AAOT before you submit your transcript to WOU. That ensures WOU receives a transcript showing your AAOT degree is complete.⁠⠀
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Want to learn more about transferring to WOU? Visit wou.edu/admission/transfer. ⁠⠀
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#HowlAboutIt #TransferStudentWeek
  • It's time for our weekly live Q&A. We have representatives from several departments available to answer questions from 10-11am. Please post your question in the comments below.
  • With advising for winter term beginning and looking at the community health statistics related to COVID-19, WOU will continue with mostly remote and online course delivery for winter term. ⁠
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Read more at today.wou.edu.⁠
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#WOUremote
  • It's time for our weekly live Q&A. We have representatives from several departments available to answer your questions from 10-11am today. Please post your question below.
  • We've got some advice from Wolfie to finish up our 10 topics you've been asking about.⁠⠀
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Fall 2020 will be weird, but it won't define your whole WOU experience.⁠⠀
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Online communities will give you a head start on making new connections. Have you checked clubs and organizations in WOU Engage yet?⁠⠀
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You're proving your resilience every day. Just keep swimming. You're doing great!⁠⠀
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We will get through this together. Go Wolves!⁠⠀
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  • Advice from the Community Health/Polk County Health partnership team on staying social and active at WOU while social distancing.⁠
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Greet your peers with non-contact greetings, such as waving.⁠
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Hold or participate in virtual activities, events and meetings. ⁠
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If you have your own frisbee, try out the WOU disc golf course.⁠
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Bring your own snacks and have a socially distanced picnic with a few peers in the Grove.⁠
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Get outside and check out the local outdoor spaces near Monmouth.⁠
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And reach out to someone if you are ever feeling isolated or down.
  • From 10-11am, we have representatives from several departments available to answer questions. Please post your question below.
  • It's beginning to look like fall on campus. 🍂
  • Music classes look a bit different these days, but the sound is just as great as always. 🥁🎶

#HowlAboutIt #WOUremote
  • Join us in celebrating the first day of school! We have a set of printable signs for photos and social media graphics for you to howl about your first day. 

There's a link to download the graphics in the top story at today.wou.edu (or DM us for a direct link). Download, share and tag us! 🖤❤️🐾
  • Happy first day of fall term, Wolves! 🍂🍁 What class are you most excited to take this term?

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This week we're talking about tuition and fees for week 3 of "How WOU Will Work: 10 Topics You've Been Asking About."

Online, hybrid and in-person tuition costs the same per credit. Course fees and other fees will vary for each student.

Expecting financial aid? It will be disbursed as usual.

And don't forget to mark your calendars. Tuition and fees are due 30 days after classes begin.

Learn more about tuition, fees and payments at wou.edu/business/. Financial aid information can be found here: wou.edu/finaid/.

Questions about tuition and fees? Let us know!
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It's time for our biweekly live Q&A! We have representatives from several departments available to answer questions between 10-11am today. Post your question in the comments and we'll do our best to answer. ... See MoreSee Less

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For week two of "How WOU Will Work," we're sharing COVID-19 safety protocols and what folks coming to campus can expect in fall.

Crews will be cleaning high-traffic areas frequently, and each department may enact additional safety measures.

For those taking classes in-person, classrooms will be configured to allow 6 feet between students as well as between students and the professor.

Masks are required, and hand sanitizer and other cleaning materials will be available throughout campus.

Social distancing will be in place where possible. Signs and markers will direct you as needed.

Learn more about fall at WOU here: wou.edu/fall-2020/
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This video is a class project from spring term of our Western Oregon University Department of Dance's Dance Composition II course. Students in the class choreographed and performed the dances.

This course was taught remotely due to the pandemic and students worked on composition assignments from their homes. Well done to all of these students!
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For the next 10 weeks, we'll be sharing information about how WOU will work this fall. These are 10 topics you've been asking about and first up is class formats.

If you want to be back on campus, you can look for in-person or hybrid classes. If you're not ready to be back, look for our online synchronous (has a specific meeting time) or online asynchronous (no specific meeting time).

If you haven't registered for fall classes yet, you can do so in your Portal (wou.edu/Portal).

Want support registering for classes? Contact the Student Success and Advising Center at advising@wou.edu or schedule using the Wolf Connection System in your Portal.
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