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Category Archives: Ecampus Students

Get help managing mental health as an online student

Without a physical campus location to visit, Oregon State’s online learners needed a clear-cut path to important mental health resources, so Ecampus faculty and staff partnered with Counseling and Psychological Services and the Student Care Team to lay the foundation.

Oregon State’s 100% online and hybrid MBA programs set students up for career success

Known for its high level of faculty involvement, the Oregon State MBA program connects OSU College of Business’ world-class faculty with students for personalized support and ample networking opportunities – no matter where you live.

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Four tips for enrolling online with Oregon State Ecampus

We know that going back to school is a big commitment, both in time and energy, so we’ve compiled some helpful tips you can navigate through as you take the next step toward enrolling online with us at Oregon State Ecampus.

Oregon State Ecampus liberal studies alumna Janine Romero stands on a balcony speaking to another person with short, dark hair who is facing Janine with their back to the camera. Janine is one of several Ecampus alumni who shared about the process of building a network and communication skills while earning an Oregon State degree online.

Despite distance, online learners build lasting connections

Oregon State University’s online learners do what many say can’t be done: form genuine connections in the digital classroom. Ecampus alumni from the Class of 2018 shared how their interactions with peers and instructors went far beyond the computer screen, providing the opportunity to polish their communication skills and collaborate with others in their fields.

Janine Romero and her husband, Lee, walk through a dry grassy area holding hands. Janine is looking at Lee and both are smiling. Janine wears blue jeans and a red-toned plaid shirt and Lee wears his military uniform.

‘Choose your own adventure’ in online liberal studies degree program

Janine Romero didn’t settle until she found the perfect degree online: a military-friendly university that offered a rigorous and well-rounded education to fulfill her interest in both the humanities and the sciences.

Online students participate in on-campus research event, share their unique interests

Oregon State online students participate in the on-campus research event, Celebrating Undergraduate Excellence, to advance their skills, career outlook and connect with the university.

Heather Bell, radiation health physics student, sits outdoors on the OSU Corvallis campus.

Radiation health physics student represents U.S. nuclear policy overseas

It’s difficult to give people all the right answers. But she’s willing to try. Heather Bell’s decision to return to school doesn’t only serve her own best interests by providing a new scientific skill set to advance her career – her expanding expertise will also answer important questions about global nuclear policy and protection.

Todd Van Hess, Oregon State Ecampus business administration graduate

Leading by example: Going back to college as a parent

Like all good dads, Todd Van Hess wants the best for his three children. He knows that their best chance to lead successful lives is for them to earn college degrees when the time comes. And like all good dads, Todd knows that if he’s going to hold his kids to a certain standard, he needs to lead by example. Last June, he supplied the best example possible when he walked across a stage at Oregon State University’s annual commencement ceremony and accepted his diploma after earning his degree online through Oregon State Ecampus.

Orman hugs a Native elder whom he met at the Oregon State University Native American Longhouse Eena Haws.

Environmental sciences online alum finds support, family with on-campus Native community

Orman Morton III felt at home at OSU’s Native American Longhouse Eena Haws, building on the virtual connections he had made with the university’s indigenous community as an online student.

Fisheries and wildlife sciences alumna Jordan wears a blue dress and beige cardigan and carries a tablet in the bend of her left arm. She is walking forward, away from a blurred background of dark green trees and red brick.

Experiential learning led to flourishing career prospects for fisheries and wildlife sciences alumna

New textbooks, classmates from all over the world, the cover of the forest, calls from birds unseen, the fresh smell of soil (and sometimes fish). These are all the well-known staples of a college classroom. At least, that’s what Jordan Levi came to expect of her learning environments while enrolled online in the Oregon State University Ecampus fisheries and wildlife sciences bachelor’s degree program.