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Jennifer Oliphant, a student in Oregon State University's women, gender and sexuality studies program, sits at a desk with a silver laptop open in front of her. She is writing in a notebook to the right of the laptop. In the room, there are several tall bookshelves and a bright white lamp.

A novel approach to research makes new paths possible

Ecampus women, gender and sexuality studies student Jennifer Oliphant is the proud recipient of the 2018 Oregon State University Library Undergraduate Research Award for her winning paper, “Sharontheview!” – a graphic novel she wrote her first term at Oregon State for the Disney: Gender Race Empire course.

Erin Mathias, a graduate of the fisheries and wildlife sciences degree program online, stands in front of a brick building on the OSU campus on graduation day.

Degrees at a distance. Success at your fingertips.

At Oregon State University Ecampus, there’s always a helping hand available to guide you toward your degree. From student success counseling to 24/7 library support, online students have access to a variety of Oregon State resources from a distance. Read how graduates from the Ecampus class of 2017 enhanced their education and career prospects by utilizing OSU student resources.