Maintaining stability in your already-busy life after adding school to the equation is key to student success. Luckily, once you’re admitted to Oregon State Ecampus, you’ll gain access to the Ecampus team of student success counselors who can help guide you on your way.
What started as a part-time college job for Kyle Whitehouse – and something she calls a stroke of “luck” – has since become a lifelong career built largely on helping Oregon State University students succeed. Her 15 years at Oregon State have seen her take on roles as a career counselor, academic advisor, instructor of OSU Ecampus online courses, and more.
We understand that the decision to return to college – or enroll for the first time – is a major one. That’s why we have a whole team here to assist you throughout your academic process, from enrolling to graduation.
After serving 3.5 years as an Ecampus student success counselor, Amy Riley has taken on a leadership role to develop and manage initiatives aimed at improving student success.
A former football coach, Tom Casey has worked in the student success business for more than two decades at various colleges and universities across the U.S., helping students on and off the field.
A true Beaver at heart, Bethany Ulman is proud to be back at Oregon State serving as an OSU Ecampus student success counselor. Her goal is to help students through difficult points in their education.
Like many OSU Ecampus students, Theresa Harper could be described as a “career changer,” having worked in multiple positions, eventually landing on her passion of creating relationships and helping others at Oregon State Ecampus.
Whether you’re struggling to find balance, need help refining study skills or want a little extra motivation, Oregon State Ecampus student success counselors are just a phone call or email away.
Going back to school can be a hectic time for all, so here’s your chance to let the success team help you make a plan to start your classes off right.
“As a success counselor you are either engaged with students to create positive change in their lives or working on developing programs and services that lead to student success. Who wouldn’t want to be a part of that?” — Tom Casey, OSU Ecampus student success counselor