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Roads Scholar Program


The Oregon Roads Scholar program consists of 18 classes covering the latest information on road maintenance procedures and technologies. Classes are scheduled on a regular basis throughout Oregon and are taught by trainers well versed in the latest developments.

The program has two levels. Upon completion of each level, graduates receive a Roads Scholar certificate to document their professional development. Sponsoring agencies receive an engraved plaque listing their employees who have successfully completed the programs.

Getting Started

​Most agencies in Oregon are already enrolled in the program. However, agencies not currently involved can use the registration form to let us know your intentions to participate. If you don't know, give us a call.

​Individuals can register using our registration form. Registration is free and does not obligate you to complete any classes. It simply allows us to enter your information into our tracking database so that we know who you are if/when you do complete a class.

​We offer several classes around the state each year. Check out our training calendar to see if any are currently scheduled. If classes are available, call or email to register.

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Level 1 Courses

Level 1 consists of ten classes. Each class is four hours long.

Level 2 Courses

Level 2 consists of eight classes.  Each class is six hours long.
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Contact Us

 Oregon T2 Center

555 13th Street NE
Salem, OR 97301

Helpful Resources

Long-range planning schedule

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