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Corporate education

Tuition benefit from Guild Education gives workers ‘once-in-a-lifetime opportunity’ to learn online

Marcus Mateus is one of a growing number of working professionals in the United States enrolling online with Oregon State thanks to collaborations with organizations like Guild Education that offer their employees and members a tuition benefit. Mateus calls it a “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” for workers like him who now have affordable access to an Oregon State education online.

Corporate education combats the great resignation

Oregon State Ecampus is founded on the belief that everyone who wants to learn should be able to do so. With a focus on high-quality online learning experiences and affordability, we create innovative pathways to success for anyone who wants to learn, especially working professionals. One of the ways we work toward this goal is through the Ecampus Corporate Education Unit’s collaborations with organizations looking to help their employees grow their professional repertoire.

Amazon collaboration

Amazon teams with Oregon State to offer statewide employees tuition benefit to learn on campus, online

Oregon State University formed a collaboration that enables Amazon hourly employees in Oregon to pursue a college degree by enrolling in OSU courses on campus and online. Amazon workers in Oregon will benefit from tuition assistance to pursue more than 200 Oregon State programs on the Corvallis campus or at OSU-Cascades in Bend, as well as 90-plus programs through OSU Ecampus.

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The best path to redirect your life is to go back to school, online

As someone who has worked in higher education for the past 22 years, I can’t stop thinking about those who have experienced the largest increases in unemployment: adult workers with low educational attainment. When you are already working full time, raising a family and paying rent or mortgage, financing college can be a deterrent and downright daunting. The good news is that there are multiple and growing ways to make college more affordable for adult learners.

A black football helmet and a white football helmet, each bearing the logo for the Canadian Football League Players' Association, rest on a table. The CFLPA and Oregon State formed a collaboration to help professional football players earn their degrees online.

Canadian Football League Players’ Association taps Oregon State as its exclusive U.S. provider of online education

Oregon State University and the Canadian Football League Players’ Association have announced a collaboration that provides CFLPA members access to the university’s top-ranked online education with support from a tuition benefit program. The agreement gives hundreds of active CFL players the opportunity to advance their education in one of more than 80 degree and certificate programs delivered online by OSU Ecampus.

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Oregon State becomes exclusive provider of online education for professional hockey association

Oregon State University and the Professional Hockey Players’ Association announced today a collaboration that provides players and their family members access to the university’s top-ranked online degree programs with support from a tuition reimbursement plan. The alliance makes OSU Ecampus the exclusive provider of online education in the U.S. for more than 8,000 current and retired minor-league hockey players.

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Oregon State, Peet’s Coffee collaborate to give employees a new pathway to a college degree

Oregon State University and Peet’s Coffee today announced the Peetnik Pathway to College Program, a tuition reimbursement plan that gives thousands of the specialty coffee company’s employees access to OSU’s top-ranked online education. The program opens the door to potential life-changing career advancement possibilities for many of the 5,000 Peet’s Coffee workers nationwide – known as Peetniks – who wish to earn a bachelor’s degree.