How can we help you?

Contacts on frequently requested information is noted below. For further information, including individual emails, phone numbers, and office addresses, see our full Agency Staff Directory.​​



​Office of Student Access and Completion: 
(541) 687-7400 - Eugene/Springfield area
(800) 452-8807 - Toll-free

​General inquiries: 503-947-5716, info.pps@state.or.us​

Licensing regulations for private colleges, universities and career schools: Rebecca Fuller, (503) 947-5751, Rebecca.fuller@state.or.us​

Endi Hartigan, Communications Director


503-378-6769 (office), or 971-701-4032 (cell)​​


General Inquiries: (541) 687-7395, awardinfo@osac.state.or.us

Scholarship Application Assistance

Information about Oregon Opportunity Grant

Susan Degen, (541) 687-7451,  susan.r.degen@state.or.us

Information about Oregon Promise Grant

General Inquiries: info@oregonpromise.org​

General Inquiries: info@oregonpromise.org

Updates on Oregon Promise status

Receive email on the latest news for Oregon Promis

Subscribe here: http://listsmart.osl.state.or.us/mailman/listinfo/oregonpromise​


Apply for FAFSA

FAFSA Assistance Hotline


Apply to be a FAFSA Plus + School Site


Apply to be an ASPIRE site


General Inquiries

Gary C. Campbell, 541-687-7414, gary.c.campbell@state.or.us 

As of October 1, 2018, the Higher Education Coordinating Commission is no longer Oregon’s State Approving Agency (SAA) for veterans education and training. For more information, please contact Katherine Nicholson, the VA Education Liaison Representative (ELR) at 503-412-4669 or ELR.VBAPORT@va.gov.

WARN Overview, main web page

WARN Notices​

For more WARN information or to request your email address be added to our WARN Notice Distribution e-mail list

Email Oregon Dislocated Worker Unit:​ CCWD_DWOREGON@oregon.gov​​


Dislocated Worker Program, main web pag​e

For Workers Facing a Layoff

Email Oregon Dislocated Worker Unit: DWOregon@oregon.gov​

Passage of HB2871 in 2015 provided legislative investment in the area of textbook affordability for Oregon’s public institutions of higher education, with a specific focus on open educational resources (OER). 

​Sean Pollack, (503) 947-5925, sean.pollack@state.or.us