Oregon Transfer Days

Oregon’s annual two-year to four-year degree transfer event. Meet with Oregon College and University representatives to learn more about transferring to their schools. Uniform time slots for events and allocation of a half hour after each event for four-year representatives to meet with community college advising staff.

All OTD events are scheduled from 10:00am to 1:00pm. Setup for participants is at 9:30; an advisor "meet and greet" is scheduled from 1:00-1:30.

Oregon Transfer Days Schedule  - January 2019
Revised 11/9/2018 (final)






Jan 14

Treasure Valley CC: 
Ontario AND 

Southwestern OR CC: 
Coos Bay
Jan 15 

Blue Mountain CC: 

Oregon Coast CC: 
Jan 16 

Columbia Gorge CC: 
The Dalles 

Tillamook Bay CC: 
Jan 17 

Mt Hood CC: 

Clatsop CC:

Jan 18



Jan 21 

MLK Holiday
Jan 22 

Clackamas CC: 
Oregon City

Chemeketa CC: 
Jan 23

Chemeketa CC: 

Linn Benton CC: 
Jan 24

Umpqua CC: 
Roseburg AND 

Lane CC: 

Jan 25

Jan 28

Central Oregon CC:

Portland CC – Sylvania Campus
Jan 29 

Klamath CC:
Klamath Falls 

Portland CC - Rock Creek Campus
Jan 30

Rogue CC:

Portland CC - Southeast Campus
Jan 31

Rogue CC:
Grants Pass 

Portland CC - Cascade Campus

Feb 1                           




The mission of Oregon Transfer Days (OTD) is to promote transfer of Oregon community college students to public and private four-year colleges and universities within the state. The events are also open to participation by non-Oregon four-year institutions (as space allows).

Institutional Participation
Attendance at OTD events is limited to accredited educational institutions that meet OrACRAO’s institutional and associate member criteria (Constitution Article 3, Section 1, Subsections A & B) to best support the mission of OTD as an Oregon-focused transfer event. In addition, attendance is limited to individual institutions (four-year public and private colleges and universities) representing themselves. We reserve the right to include participation of other organizations in exceptional circumstances.

We do know that being connected with multiple educational opportunities is an extremely important resource for students. The OTD Task Force would encourage organizations that do not meet the eligibility criteria to communicate with the community college contacts and arrange participation for individual visits or other non-OTD events.

For further information, contact Theresa Bosworth, OrACRAO Vice President for Professional Development at vp-development@oracrao.org.