We’ve developed a list of the most common things you should consider in order to ensure a smooth start to your Oregon Tech experience. For additional information or assistance please visit our FAQ and Meet the Staff pages.
TECHweb is the portal to all of your Oregon Tech accounts including Canvas, email and Web for Student.
You can login using the Login button at the top of this page or directly at https://techweb.oit.edu. First-time users should follow the prompts to determine their username and default password.
Financial Aid is available to admitted degree-seeking students. Financial aid information is posted in Web for Student by the Financial Aid office. Please consult with a financial aid counselor if you have specific questions about your aid.
Notify Financial Aid if you are taking between 6 and 12 credits and want to use your aid, or if you are attending summer term. Graduate students should notify Financial Aid if they are between 5 and 9 credits or attending summer. Financial aid does not automatically release for students attending less than full time.
If you are a Non-Degree Seeking student you are not eligible for financial aid but can use the payment plan option available with our Cashier's Office.
A mathematics placement test is needed for all incoming degree-seeking students who have not already completed the math requirements for their program. To arrange for your placement exam visit https://www.oit.edu/academics/cares/testing-services/placement-testing.
Degree-seeking students should consult their academic advisor prior to registering for classes. See Advising Contacts for more information.
Non-degree seeking students can register for their course(s) according to the Registration Schedule without consulting an academic advisor. The advisor pin for non-degree seeking students is nadmit.
The Microsoft Office 365 package is available to Oregon Tech students here. Sign In with your Oregon Tech credentials. Also recommended are Adobe Reader and Java. Canvas, where your classes are, works best with Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Safari; Microsoft Edge may work ok but Internet Explorer is not recommended.
While sitting on the couch watching television and simultaneously writing your assignment on your laptop may sound appealing, we always recommend you have a quiet, organized place for your studies. Online classes offer some flexibility with your schedule but keep in mind that they are just as intensive as campus-based courses.