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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.

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Inclusivity at Oregon State isn’t up for debate. It’s a commitment.

As a way to continue to promote positive engagement and experiences among our students, Oregon State is now requiring new students to complete a course, Creating an Inclusive Community, that focuses on diversity and inclusion.

Getting started at OSU Ecampus

We know returning to school is a big decision. There are a lot of things to consider before deciding to apply. If you choose to move forward with applying to Oregon State Ecampus, there are several key steps to take care of after you are admitted.

Samantha Diaz does schoolwork on a white laptop next to her husband, Albert Diaz, and their two children.

Creating a successful work-life balance

Maintaining stability in your already-busy life after adding school to the equation is key to student success. Luckily, once you’re admitted to Oregon State Ecampus, you’ll gain access to the Ecampus team of student success counselors who can help guide you on your way.

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You are not alone 

We understand that the decision to return to college – or enroll for the first time – is a major one. That’s why we have a whole team here to assist you throughout your academic process, from enrolling to graduation.

Theresa Harper sits on the corner of a table in the Oregon State University Valley Library. She wears a black long-sleeved shirt with a small OSU logo.

Thrice a Beaver alumna – now a Beaver supporter

Like many OSU Ecampus students, Theresa Harper could be described as a “career changer,” having worked in multiple positions, eventually landing on her passion of creating relationships and helping others at Oregon State Ecampus.