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A student sits with their yellow labrador on a red blanket at a park. They are looking at a silver laptop and there is a stack of textbooks nearby.

Get ahead of the game: Plan for summer term

Whether you would like to complete an entire year’s worth of language requirements in one term or you’re planning around a summer vacation, Oregon State University’s unique summer session term allows you to design your schedule your way.

Kaylyn Hymes smiles with one bent arm on her hip near the OSU Valley Library entrance.

Getting to know Kaylyn Hymes

Division of Extended Campus Office Specialist Kaylyn Hymes holds many hats, including helping applicants navigate the hiring process.

Lucas Kopecky Bobadilla, a master’s student in crop science, holds his framed winning photo in the Memorial Union quad.

Through an artist’s lens

“It is great to have your vision and art chosen to represent our university during summer. That is the point of photography to me – to touch everybody with the feeling and the moment frozen in one frame, and I think I achieved that with this photo,” says Lucas Kopecky Bobadilla, the 2017 #myOSUsummer photo contest grand prize winner.

Geoffrey Wildish sits in a study area on campus with his black laptop open in front of him. Geoffrey is earning a business minor on top of his construction engineering management and innovation management degree.

More than a minor

Beginning this summer, OSU’s College of Business and OSU Summer Session are teaming up to offer OSU students the chance to earn a business and entrepreneurship minor in just two summers on campus in Corvallis and online.

Four students stand with The Shard and other London buildings and skyscrapers in the background.

Honors students bring their classroom to London during OSU Summer Session

The goal of the trip was to offer students a unique honors experience during which they connect with faculty, build community with other students and learn about topics, such as Newton or early modern English literature, that have strong and specific ties to the city of London and its resources.