Serving Tribal Communities

Online, but not on your own

Earn your Oregon State University degree 100 percent online with support from dedicated professionals, while being connected to Oregon State’s native student community.

We are committed to providing tribal communities within Oregon and beyond our state with culturally sensitive support – answering your questions about program offerings, career opportunities, the admissions process, transfer credits, financial aid and any other information you need get started.

Orman Morton III connected with OSU's Native American Longhouse online, building lasting friendships and support within the university’s indigenous community.

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As you work toward your degree, we’ll help you connect with the Oregon State community and other native students through clubs and OSU’s Native American Longhouse Eena Haws.

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