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Ecampus ranked #1 in U.S. for online liberal arts education

Oregon State is the best university in the nation when it comes to delivering a high-quality liberal arts education online, according to a new ranking released last month. Oregon State’s College of Liberal Arts offers 12 bachelor’s degrees and two master’s programs online through OSU Ecampus, the university’s distance education division.

As long as you have the will, it’s never too late to find the way to a degree.
Oregon State University’s oldest graduate, 74-year-old Jerry Kight, earned his degree in liberal studies online through Oregon State Ecampus. “I’m proud of myself and my wife for helping me do this and encouraging me to do it, and my kids, also,” Jerry says. Read more »

As long as you have the will, it’s never too late to find the way to a degree.

Oregon State University’s oldest graduate, 74-year-old Jerry Kight, earned his degree in liberal studies online through Oregon State Ecampus. “I’m proud of myself and my wife for helping me do this and encouraging me to do it, and my kids, also,” Jerry says.

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Barbara Weber, liberal studies | Oregon State Ecampus

Liberal studies alumna Barbara Weber says Oregon State Ecampus helped her ensure a smooth transition from mom to student by providing support via 24/7 library access, technology assistance and the personalized instruction online.

Shiloah Teo, B.A. in Liberal Studies

Shiloah Teo, liberal studies | Oregon State Ecampus

With a baby girl on the way in his native Hawaii, Shiloah Teo put his campus-based studies at Oregon State on hold and returned home to take care of his family. Thankfully, Oregon State Ecampus allowed him to finish his liberal studies degree requirements online. His first trip back to Corvallis was to receive his OSU diploma — with his daughter and family by his side.

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Virtual career fair leads to job for liberal studies student

“I knew the virtual career fair would be a real opportunity to get connected with employers and learn about companies,” says Ecampus Liberal Studies Student Ryan Fox. “I wasn’t expecting to get a job from it, but I wanted to practice my interviewing skills. I think it’s awesome that I landed a job.”