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Financial Aid Office
The Financial Aid Office provides monetary assistance to students who can benefit from higher education by administering student financial aid programs according to federal and institutional regulations. The Financial Aid Office educates students regarding financial aid and scholarships by providing thorough financial aid counseling and financial aid consumer information. By delivering service in a timely, accurate and service-oriented manner, the Financial Aid Office assists the university’s recruiting and retention efforts.
Student Academic Calendar:
Students should submit degree plans signed by their advisor to the Registrar’s Office with the Application for Graduation approximately one year before they plan to graduate. Some students will need to apply earlier for financial aid, sports eligibility, or Veteran benefits. Students may check which advisor they are assigned to in their Wolf Web account by selecting “General Student Information” in the Student Menu.
23RD PRESIDENT OF WESTERN OREGON UNIVERSITY
Western Oregon University is proud to welcome Dr. Rex Fuller as our newest president. Dr. Fuller comes to Oregon from Eastern Washington University, where he currently serves as provost and vice president for academic affairs.
Dr. Rex Fuller, an economist and professor of public administration, has served as provost and vice president for academic affairs at Eastern Washington University (EWU) since 2011. As the university’s chief academic officer, he has responsibility for EWU’s academic programming in Cheney and Spokane, Wash., as well as at additional locations throughout the state.
As provost, Fuller has developed a new EWU college of health science and public health and a new master’s program in public health. He has been instrumental in developing bargaining strategies for faculty contracts; creating innovative student success programs and a university center for community engagement; and facilitating dual-admission programs with area community colleges.
Prior to his service as provost, Fuller served as dean of EWU’s College of Business and Public Administration and executive dean of EWU-Spokane, a shared campus with Washington State University. Before joining EWU, Fuller served as dean of business schools at Colorado State University and University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. He earned his Ph.D. from the University of Utah and completed the Institute for Education Management program at Harvard.
Listed below are the tentative course offerings in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences for the 2014-2015 academic year. They may be very useful in generating an academic plan or when consulting an academic advisor. We also recommend printing off a degree plan for your major, to help better plan your academic career. You can explore degree plans for each major here.
Please be aware that these offerings are subject to change, so we encourage you to review them throughout the year for changes.