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To the Oregon State Ecampus Class of 2021, your time has come

June 2021 is the month you officially become a college graduate, the one in which you’ll put a celebratory bow on all of your hard work and perseverance. You’re primed to enter a community of thousands of Oregon State Ecampus graduates who are out there, changing the world.

5 essentials of student support for online computer science students

At Oregon State Ecampus, student success comes first. In the case of our computer science programs, a major part of that is success coaching – one-on-one guidance from a pro, customized to what you need, when you need it.

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FAQ about online learning at Oregon State

All questions are good questions, and when it comes to pursuing a college degree online, it’s almost a guarantee that they’ve been asked before — or thousands of times before. In this final installment of a three-part Ask Ecampus series, we share five more of the most commonly searched Q&A pairs in our database.

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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.

Student diversity drives learning in economics bachelor’s degree online

Meet Michael Jerman, OSU instructor for the online B.A./B.S. in Economics program. Throughout his teaching career, he’s seen trends change and classrooms evolve, but one thing has always rung true. Students learn best from their peers who have different experiences than their own.