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An infographic titled financial benefits of a degree. The chart depicts median yearly full-time earnings according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics in October 2020 High school diploma, no college — $41,236. Associate's degree or some college — $47,528. Bachelor's degree — $70,460. Master's degree and higher — $85,072.

How earning a degree impacts career earnings and value

Earning a bachelor’s degree is a badge of honor. And it’s a game-changer in the job market. By earning your bachelor’s degree, you could earn as much as $1 million more than someone with a high school diploma over the course of a career.

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Mental health resources for online students

Knowing where to go for support is essential for a student’s holistic wellness, and without a physical campus location to visit, Oregon State’s online learners thankfully have a clear-cut path to important resources for stress management. Read three tips to prioritize wellness and find support while earning your degree from a distance.

The Valley Library on Oregon State University's Corvallis Campus is home to Oregon State Ecampus, a leader in online learning. Ask Ecampus

Answers to your top online learning questions

If one future Oregon State student has a question about the online learning experience, odds are that several hundred other people asked the same question previously. That’s where the Ask Ecampus knowledge base comes in handy. Read some of the top 10 questions.

Oregon State University Ecampus Master of Public Health student Erin Devlin sits on a lakeshore with her daughter, Molly

Oregon State Everywhere: ‘I am so grateful to have taken this path’

“If it weren’t for the online program at Oregon State Ecampus, I would not have had the chance to get the Master of Public Health. I wouldn’t have complemented my work in OSU Extension Family and Community Health with classes that taught me the science behind program decisions. And I wouldn’t have met people around the world with similar passions through those classes.” — Erin Devlin, public health online master’s student

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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.

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Want to transfer to an Oregon State online business program? Start here

As part of Oregon State’s esteemed College of Business, Caiden Marcus supports prospective students interested in transferring to OSU business programs that are delivered online by OSU Ecampus. Marcus says he and the COB’s Career Success Center “provide a one-stop shop” where future Oregon State students can ask questions and find support in navigating the admissions process.

How to get ready for your next career move while you’re still earning your degree

Meet Olivia Mercie Langley, a digital communication arts graduate and a wealth of professional tips and tricks. Olivia shares four tips to help you prepare for your next career move while you’re earning your degree.

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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.

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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.