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Eric Broadfoot, Oregon State University Ecampus graduate in economics, who benefited from OSU's student support and engagement techniques.

Engaging students in the online classroom is our passion

There’s a myth that learning online means that students are disconnected from their instructors and classmates. When you learn online with Oregon State University, it’s just the opposite. The Oregon State faculty who teach online work in partnership with the OSU Ecampus staff to provide students with an authentic sense of community.

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.

Timely Update for Ecampus Students

Timely Update: March 19

To our Ecampus students, We hope you’re doing well under these challenging circumstances related to the COVID-19 outbreak. Yesterday, Oregon State University Provost Ed Feser sent a message to the OSU campus community, explaining that all campus-based classes will be delivered remotely during spring term 2020. We are publishing this article to clarify how this […]

OSU Ecampus puts student success first

Our students connect regularly with a strong community of classmates, instructors and on-campus support staff – because at OSU Ecampus, we put student success at the forefront of all we do. We provide access to resources like social groups, online forums and one-on-one conversations because those connections do more than just facilitate course projects. They establish a sense of belonging for students.

Student working on a laptop while seated at a table, with an Oregon State Ecampus water bottle in the foreground

OSU Ecampus earns national recognition for online student support services

Students who learn online at Oregon State University receive the highest level of academic support according to a new distinction earned by the school. The Quality Matters organization, regarded as the nation’s leading evaluator of high-quality teaching and learning experiences in online education, recently honored Oregon State with its Online Learner Support Certification.

Eddie Rodriguez, student success coach for Oregon State University Ecampus

Life experience helps success coach support Native American students

College students face a variety of challenges, from finding the right academic support to time management. As a first-generation college student and graduate, Eddie Rodriguez faced these challenges and others firsthand. Now, the sense of empathy and pride he feels as a success coach at Oregon State University Ecampus – including for students from Native American communities – inspires him to serve in this role every day.

Oregon State University Ecampus psychology student Tracey Campion sits next to her dog, Poppy.

Oregon State Everywhere: Taking the road less traveled

“My Ecampus success coach, Bethany Ulman, became my sounding board and ally, and the concept began to fall into place. A bachelor’s degree in psychology could not be a more fitting education for a coach, and I am so appreciative that the OSU Ecampus program was available for me to return to school online as an older, working student from outside the country.” – Tracey Campion

Persistence pays off for Oregon State Ecampus business ’19 alumna

Twice, Christy Wedding has tried going back to school while her children were younger – but it never quite worked out as planned. This time around, she’s determined to finish with the flexibility and convenience of online classes and support and resources available to students like her who are balancing full-time work and raising a family.