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Oregon State University Ecampus graduate Caitlin Brooks, then a police officer in central Oregon, holds a white dog

Online business degree takes grad from fighting crime to launching a business

For Caitlin Brooks, furthering her education enabled her to launch her own fitness apparel business. But her journey to reaching that point wasn’t easy given her full-time job and the other challenges she encountered. The quality, support and flexibility offered online by OSU Ecampus became essential to her success.

No matter the (social) distance, we've got you.

Our student support never stops – in good times or in crisis

Here’s one of the biggest misconceptions about learning online: Students have to learn all by themselves, with little support from the university community. At Oregon State, the faculty who develop and teach classes online are experts at creating innovative ways for students to interact with classmates, instructors and the course content. And that enriching online learning environment is accompanied by a robust support system for OSU Ecampus students.

Dr. Lily Ranjbar in her office

Experimental coursework leads to innovative programs

Finding a path to global peace This story was originally published by the OSU College of Engineering on Mar. 25, 2020 and originally written by Meriden Vitale. When Lily Ranjbar, director of online programs for the College of Engineering’s School of Nuclear Science and Engineering, left Iran to pursue her doctorate in the United States, she […]

Timely Update for Ecampus Students

Timely Update: March 26

To our Ecampus students, We hope you are well and looking forward to the start of spring term classes next week. Each term, we notify our Ecampus students who have enrolled in a Corvallis campus course to let them know that it is possible that you will pay more than you expect to in tuition […]

Timely Update for Ecampus Students

Timely Update: March 19

To our Ecampus students, We hope you’re doing well under these challenging circumstances related to the COVID-19 outbreak. Yesterday, Oregon State University Provost Ed Feser sent a message to the OSU campus community, explaining that all campus-based classes will be delivered remotely during spring term 2020. We are publishing this article to clarify how this […]

OSU Ecampus puts student success first

Our students connect regularly with a strong community of classmates, instructors and on-campus support staff – because at OSU Ecampus, we put student success at the forefront of all we do. We provide access to resources like social groups, online forums and one-on-one conversations because those connections do more than just facilitate course projects. They establish a sense of belonging for students.

Luhui Whitebear, the assistant director of Oregon State University's Native American Longhouse Eena Haws, stands amid a group of trees on campus.

Paying it forward to benefit Native American students

Luhui Whitebear has been closely connected to Oregon State University’s Native American Longhouse Eena Haws in different ways during her academic career. While pursuing an anthropology bachelor’s degree online with Oregon State Ecampus, she would drop in whenever she came to campus to pick up books. Now, as assistant director of the Eena Haws, she is paying forward the guidance, nurturing and sense of belonging she received as a student.

Mark Moore, Oregon State University Ecampus computer science postbaccalaureate graduate, standing in a server room.

Using computer science to improve education

Change is a word we often prefer to keep at arm’s length. It’s great in the fall, watching leaves change color with a pumpkin-spiced-something in hand, but beyond that it can be intimidating to say the least. Mark Moore, on the other hand, embraced change when he chose to step away from his career as a classroom teacher to pursue a future that blends education and computer science by learning online with OSU Ecampus.