CORE - High Achiever and Oregon High Achiever

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Issue/Question

  • What is Oregon High Achiever?
  • What is the difference between Oregon High Achiever and High Achiever?

Environment

  • Oregon State University
  • CORE

Explanation

The Oregon High Achiever field is described as: "An Oregon student who demonstrates high academic achievement in high school. A student with an unweighted secondary school GPA greater than or equal to 3.75 and Oregon Resident = Y".

High Achiever field is described as: "A student who demonstrates high academic achievement in high school. These students have an unweighted secondary school GPA greater than or equal to 3.75".

The high achiever field is available in STU2564 (https://core.oregonstate.edu/reports/STU2564). You need STU3 access in CORE to view this report. Oregon High Achievers can be found in STU2564 by limiting the results to high achievers and Oregon residents.

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Details

Article ID: 134309
Created
Mon 9/13/21 1:28 PM
Modified
Wed 1/12/22 9:54 AM