Participants of OSU's Natural Resources Leadership Academy have the option of attending either for graduate credit or as a non-credit workshop (professional development). Either way, participants must submit registration to identify the category in which they'll attend (credit/non-credit) and the track they will participate in week 1, 2, or both, using the registration link on this website. Additionally, if participants would like to enroll in NRLA for credit but are not currently Oregon State students, they will need to complete the non-degree admit process.
Credit: To obtain graduate credit you must be admitted to Oregon State University as either as a degree or non-degree seeking student. Oregon State University offers 'quarter' credits (vs. 'semester' credits).
Non-credit: To participate as a non-credit/professional workshop attendee, just register and pay for your attendance. If you require certification for continuing education units (CEU's), please contact us to discuss your specific requirements.
Credit: To obtain graduate credit you must be admitted to Oregon State University as either as a degree or non-degree seeking student, using the guidelines for international students. To confirm you meet or can meet the necessary criteria for obtaining the appropriate admission to OSU, please contact the OSU Office of International Admissions for assistance. Once confirmed and your admission completed, then submit your NRLA registration and await instructions to finalize the process.
Non-credit: To participate as a non-credit/professional workshop attendee, just register and pay for your attendance. If you do not currently have access to the US by means of a particular Visa, then it's likely you will need to obtain a B-1/B-2 Visa. If you require support documentation from us for use in obtaining your Visa, please forward your request to Laura Collins at 541-737-9608 [800-375-9359 ext. 7-9608], firstname.lastname@example.org.
Need more information? Watch the webinar
Learn more about this year’s academy by watching our informational webinar. Aaron Wolf, NRLA academic director, and Reni Powell, assistant director of Summer Session, explain the program further and answer your questions.