Services, Resources, and Downloads
Oregon State University’s Office of Precollege Program provides support for youth outreach programs on campus in the form of advertising, training, funding opportunities, and more. Please contact Precollege Programs Coordinator Emily Nicholson for additional questions and information.
Funding Opportunity: Precollege Programs Request for Proposals
The Office of Precollege Programs requests proposals to fund outstanding K-12 youth outreach programs at OSU. Funds can be used to support a variety of programs that engage youth academically, prepares them for college or provides a positive leadership development experience. Funding will be based on project merit, need, impact and collaborative potential. Submitting individuals must be employees of OSU. For application information, or to be added to our mailing list, email Emily Nicholson.
Resources, Forms and Downloads:
OSU Summer Program Catalog 2015
PCP Support Services Brochure
Broader Impact Programs Portfolio
Youth Program Policies and Guidelines
Important Youth Program Forms
Accident Report Forms and Info
Youth Program Criminal History Check Form
Youth Program Liability Waiver and Photo Opt Out Release (check the Risk Management website for updated forms)
Youth Program Conditions of Volunteer Service Form (rev 4.14.15)
Youth Program Data Survey
STEM Curriculum Resources
Science and Engineering in the Lives of Students - A collaboration between OSU and other entities, the SELS project presents selected science content useful in the everyday life of students.
Physics for Kids - A website designed to help students understand simple physics concepts (complete with online games and activity ideas).
Online Learning Fun with Physics - A website designed to help students understand physics concepts from Maryville University
College Planning Resources
Middle School Parent Guide in English and Spanish (Provided to us by Oregon GEAR UP)
You Can Go!
Guide to Earning Credit before College
Earning Credit with Prior Learning Assessments
SPANISH LANGUAGE video: "Los mitos sobre universidad" (College Myths)