OSU Extended Campus provides institutional leadership and support for the development and delivery of OSU educational programs for non-resident and non-traditional students. Ecampus also serves as the connection between the instructional resources of OSU and the needs of diverse learners statewide, nationwide and worldwide.
Does "real" learning happen online?
Visit our Online Learning Effectiveness section to find out. View videos of OSU faculty experienced in teaching online courses, and read research documents on the subject.
Developing and delivering quality programs
Ecampus is committed to working closely with faculty and departments, who have oversight of the curriculum. Ecampus assists in everything from course development and training to a variety of additional faculty services, which include marketing of programs and degrees, extending student services to an off-campus audience, and logistical assistance. Visit links on the side menu for an overview of these services.
Revenue sharing and benefits
The college/academic department receives a portion of the tuition revenue generated by enrollment in each credit course. The academic department hires and pays course instructors directly who have been approved by the department. In addition, a portion of the funds generated by the student credit hours is distributed each academic year in relation to enrollment in Ecampus courses.
For more information
To learn more about developing a course or program through OSU Extended Campus, contact Lisa L. Templeton at 541-737-1279.