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Submit Application for Undergraduate Degree. The $30 degree application fee plus a $2 service charge is nonrefundable; you must pay with a Visa or MasterCard at the time you submit your application.
Note: The CCJO certificates require a separate application which can be found on this page. PSU will notify you by mail when your diploma is available. Diplomas will automatically be mailed to the U.S. address you provide on the degree application.
Students do not have a right to receive/demand an Incomplete grade. The option of assigning an Incomplete grade is at the discretion of the instructor when the following criteria are met.
Consistent with the rest of the University, the CCJO operates on a quarter system using the PSU Academic Calendar. To accommodate the busy schedules of our online students we have organized some courses so that the actual class work happens in either the first half or the second half of the quarter. Nevertheless, the university deadlines for adding, dropping, withdrawing, and seeking refunds are based on the PSU Academic Calendar. These deadlines apply to all courses regardless of whether the primary work is scheduled for the first five or second five weeks of the term. In other words, the final day to receive a full refund for a dropped course (i.e., end of week 1) applies to all classes, even those where the coursework doesn’t fully begin until week six. The Program Coordinator will email all students the deadlines you need to be aware of for the term.
UNST 234 Healthy People/Healthy Places is required for all students with fewer than 90 transfer credits who will later go on to complete the Healthy People/Healthy Places Junior Cluster (PHE 326, 335, &446). Online SINQ courses are available periodically through the regular campus. Check the general PSU schedule: http://www.sa.pdx.edu/soc/. We highly recommend that you work to complete this requirement as soon as possible. Putting it off may delay graduation! Please note that students taking online classes outside of the CCJO program and those taking courses on campus will be assessed standard university tuition and fees rather than the CCJO rates. For out-of-state students this will mean considerably higher costs.
Much of the information and forms you need for financial aid are available on the PSU website at http://www.pdx.edu/finaid.
In addition, you may call or email the Financial Aid Office if you still have questions: firstname.lastname@example.org Or, call the Criminology and Criminal Justice Online Program at 503-725-2256 or toll-free at 1-800-547-8887, press “2,” then press 52256. Select option 1 for Financial Aid. Please record a message for a return call and include your name, student ID, call back number, and the best time to reach you.
To Complete your FAFSA, click here
Visit www.pin.ed.gov and request a Personal Identification Number (PIN)
Go to www.fafsa.ed.gov and fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Assistance (FAFSA). Be sure to complete the correct aid year. You will need copies of the prior year’s
income tax return; if you do not have these available you may request a transcript of taxes be faxed to you by calling the IRS at 800-829-1040. University School Code: 003216
FAFSA Follow-up: You may retrieve a student loan history from the National Student Loan Data System, located at the following website: www.nslds.ed.gov/nslds/nslds_SA/