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COLLEGE TALK TUESDAY RESOURCE LIBRARY
In this resource library, you can watch the full video in each section, or you can watch the mini-topics that we've pulled out and highlighted.
Below is an overview of all the topics covered. You can click on each one to go to that section of the page.
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What Is Going to College Like?
Housing During College
College Fun and Extracurriculars
College Work Study
Career Technical Education
Applied Tech & Apprenticeships
Transferring Between Colleges
In this College Talk Tuesday, Open Campus Coordinators Ann Harris and Ezequiel Lopez Reyes discuss transferring colleges; how to plan for transferring, the advantages to transferring in college, things to be aware of when wanting to transfer and steps needed to transfer.
Dual Enrollment (Degree Partnership Program)
Creating an Education Plan
University HousingIn this College Talk, our panelists give insight on how to prepare for life on campus during your first year in college. How to find a room that suits your needs, finding roommates to spend your first year with, and some of the amenities on campus available for students.
Roommate Selection Tips
Living On Campus & Student Experiences
Final Thoughts & Questions
In this College Talk, our speakers go over summer internship opportunities, what requirements must be met, where you can go to find information about internships, and some alternatives for jobs to make money during the summer.
Summer Job Opportunities
What are Summer Internships
Resources for finding Internships
Equipping for First Year of College
In this College Talk Tuesday our speakers talk about what to expect, and how to prepare for students first year at University. We will cover how new Oregon State students will register for their first quarter, how to attend virtual START, as well as some of the things they will need to bring with them in their dorms and "Nice to Haves" while living on campus.
Online Registration & Virtual Start
Ballin' On a Budget
In this College Talk Tuesday, or speakers give insight into way that students can save money when on campus. How to plan out finances for your time on campus, ways to save money without making too many sacrifices, and University sponsored events to help save money, and opportunities to make some more money on the side.
Great Ways to Save
Projecting Income & Expenses
Life Beyond School
In this weeks College Talk Tuesday our speakers discuss Extracurricular opportunities available to students at University. This includes activities such as intramural sports, clubs and hobby groups, and opportunities for students to start their own clubs.
On Campus Job Opportunities
Tips for Parents of Students going to College
In this College Talk Tuesday our speakers discuss some of the things that parents of college students will need to help their student with during their time a t university, and some of the ways they can help their student get used to college life.
Oregon State University Deadlines
First Year on Campus
Resources on Campus
What is FERPA?
College Readiness and Retention
Registering for Classes
College Talk Tuesday #13 In this College Talk Tuesday, Our speakers go over how new students will be registering for classes, the deadlines they will have to successfully register, a step by step guide for registering for a class, and how to add and drop classes from their schedule.
Finding Community College Classes
Dual Enrollment & Degree Partnership
Student Support Programs
In this weeks College Talk Tuesday # 14 we have several special guests from different student support groups, that each give an in-depth description about their respective group, what they do, and the opportunity for new students at Oregon State to join their communities.