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Oregon State military ambassadors can help you earn your degree online

Earning a degree online while in the military presents challenges that few people understand. We can’t tell you about an experience that we haven’t lived ourselves, but we can put you in touch with military service members, veterans and spouses who have. That’s why we created the Oregon State Ecampus military ambassadors program.

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What makes Oregon State online programs stand out?

Can a high-quality degree truly be delivered online? How can you support students at a distance? How do I learn science online? At OSU Ecampus, we hear questions like these often, and we’re proud to have the answers – as well as decades of experience in delivering nationally-ranked education to students around the world. Watch a video and read more to see how it’s done.

Oregon State’s Class of 2020 features 1,128 students who earned degrees online

On her first day as an OSU Ecampus student in 2013, Cheryl Jobs sat down at a Starbucks in the New York metro area, opened her laptop, and she got to work. “I remember feeling excited,” she recalls now. “The material had me hooked from day one.” Seven years later, Jobs is one of the 1,128 members of the Ecampus Class of 2020 who earned their degrees online.

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.

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How valuable is a college degree?

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, according to recent data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Oregon State Everywhere: ‘I longed for a new chapter in my vocation’

“After searching for Buddhist and Hindu scholars across colleges in Oregon, I came across Oregon State University Ecampus and a class on Gandhi and non-violence, a topic not only captivating, but relevant to our times. Since that first class, I have framed my life around completing my undergraduate degree in liberal studies,” says Ecampus student Diana Hulet.

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Earn a language degree online from top-ranked Oregon State Ecampus, expand your career

Learn a new language and enhance your global awareness and intercultural skills by taking online language courses from Oregon State University – and set yourself up for career advancement.

After a radiation or nuclear incident, she’s on call to assess the risks

Professor Kathryn Higley, who teaches online and on-campus courses at Oregon State, is one of the go-to experts on the impacts of radiation, serving as a consultant for affected areas and offering guidance to governmental agencies in the aftermath of potentially hazardous events.

Military spouse juggles full-time job, relocation and a family while earning a master’s degree long-distance

Robin Webster knew she wanted to earn a master’s degree. But she had a full-time job, is the mother of two daughters, and, as a military spouse, had to move to a new part of the country every couple of years. She found Oregon State University’s Master of Education in Adult and Higher Education (Ed.M.) online degree program.