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We’re driven to make college more affordable by using no-cost and low-cost learning materials and providing financial assistance to those in need.

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The Oregon State students who take classes fully online represent all 50 states, more than 60 countries and a diverse collection of passions, cultures and ambitions.

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and programs

No matter what your personal interests and career goals are, we deliver a wide array of online and hybrid programs that meet your needs and fit your lifestyle.

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partners

Partnering with 1,100+ OSU faculty members ensures that every Ecampus course is developed in house and is designed specifically for online delivery.

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OSU Ecampus is one of America’s best providers of online education, and we’ve been ranked in the top 10 by U.S. News & World Report for eight straight years.

Oregon State does a good job of giving you opportunities to go out into the field to apply the concepts you are learning online. It was more than just studying. It was feeling that you're a part of a community.

Joshua Chan Burgos, ’19
B.S. in Anthropology and B.S. in Sustainability

I realized I needed some more skills to make myself a better employee (and) to have the opportunity to go back to school and not be removed from your community is really big.

Joe Peters, ’19
Master of Natural Resources

I wanted to learn to be a better communicator, a better steward of the Earth, a better problem-solver and a better human being so I can contribute solutions to challenges our world faces.

Ashley Hatleberg, ’21
B.S. in Natural Resources

Earning my degree means I accomplished something I never thought I’d be able to do. Anyone who has ever thought that higher education wasn’t for them, take that thought, throw it on the ground and stomp on it.

Taniah Johnson, ’19
B.S. in Human Development and Family Sciences

Oregon State does a good job of giving you opportunities to go out into the field to apply the concepts you are learning online. It was more than just studying. It was feeling that you're a part of a community.

Joshua Chan Burgos, ’19
B.S. in Anthropology and B.S. in Sustainability

I realized I needed some more skills to make myself a better employee (and) to have the opportunity to go back to school and not be removed from your community is really big.

Joe Peters, ’19
Master of Natural Resources

I wanted to learn to be a better communicator, a better steward of the Earth, a better problem-solver and a better human being so I can contribute solutions to challenges our world faces.

Ashley Hatleberg, ’21
B.S. in Natural Resources

Earning my degree means I accomplished something I never thought I’d be able to do. Anyone who has ever thought that higher education wasn’t for them, take that thought, throw it on the ground and stomp on it.

Taniah Johnson, ’19
B.S. in Human Development and Family Sciences

 

Tips and tools to get you started

5 questions to ask when choosing an online degree

Here’s an obvious bit of information: Earning a college degree online takes a lot of hard work. Do you know what else requires an ample amount of your time? Researching which university to apply to and which degree program to enroll in. At Oregon State Ecampus, we can help you pinpoint a program that matches your interests and can take your career to the next level. Read more »

7 tips on how to apply for financial aid

Let’s be honest: Receiving financial aid can be the difference between earning your college degree and not being able to go back to school at all. That makes applying for financial aid a hugely important process, and we at Oregon State want to help you navigate it like a pro. Check out all seven tips »

The top 5 questions people ask about online learning

At OSU Ecampus, we don’t pretend to have all the answers, but we have things pretty well covered. We field countless questions from prospective students all over the world, and the Ask Ecampus knowledge base contains answers to hundreds of common inquiries regarding Ecampus services and programs. See the five questions that people search the most. See the top questions »

When is the best time to submit your application?

It’s never too late to continue your educational journey and earn your degree online. At Oregon State Ecampus, we’ve had students graduate at age 24, age 74 and every age in between. Time is on your side, and as you consider applying to learn online with OSU, we want to offer you some sage advice so it remains that way. Discover the best time to submit your application »

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