These instructions are for students who are graduating from a public, private, or alternative Oregon high school. For instructions on Oregon homeschool graduates, please view the homeschool student option below.
OSAC strongly encourages high school students to request GPA verification within their Oregon Promise application, instead of uploading/mailing their transcripts. GPA verification is where high school registrar(s) verify GPAs electronically through OSAC's secure Partner Portal.
If a high school senior chooses to submit their transcript (either electronically or mail/hand deliver), it must be a transcript that includes the following:
- Grades through first semester/second quarter/first trimester (depending on school calendar) of the student's senior year. These transcripts are typically available in January/February
- Must have cumulative, unweighted GPA
- List student name, school name and address
- Unofficial transcript is okay
Even if the student does not currently meet the GPA requirement, they must apply and submit their application and transcript by the appropriate deadline. Students will have the opportunity to upload a final transcript as long as they submitted their application and documents on time.
Graduation date is defined as the official graduation date from the high school, typically printed on the transcript - it does not mean the date of a graduation ceremony.
OSAC encourages students to electronically upload their documents directly to their Oregon Promise application (if not participating in GPA verification). If a student must mail/hand deliver, please view address below. Documents must be delivered to OSAC by the student's deadline in order to be considered on time (postmarked date is not considered).
Office of Student Access and Completion (OSAC)
3225 25th SE
Salem, OR 97302