Historic Inlow Hall
Built in 1929, EOU's central administration building is home to primary student services including Admissions, the Registrar, Financial Aid, Student Affairs and the President's Office.
Hoke Union Building
Need a quick snack or espresso? Head to Mac's Grill or the full service dining hall. Hoke is also home to “The Voice” student newspaper, along with Student Activities, the Multicultural Student Center, Bookstore and Outdoor Program.
Some amazing undergraduate and faculty research is going on in this state-of-the-art science complex. OHSU, OSU and ODFW also have labs in the facility, and Huber Auditorium provides seating for 150 people and is used regularly for classes and public presentations.
Mountaineer teams practice and play in two gymnasiums, while fitness equipment and a climbing wall are available for students, faculty, staff and community members to use.
Take in a play or enjoy an evening of music in one of two performance halls, McKenzie Theatre and Schwarz Theatre. Nightingale Gallery is also located inside, with exhibitions throughout the year. Upstairs you'll find the Learning Center and Disabilities Services, as well as several labs.
This former elementary school is now home to the Social Sciences and Modern Languages departments. The Alumni Room provides meeting and event space and Eastern Oregon Head Start is also located here.
The main Mountaineer football stadium is complete with concessions, additional seating and press boxes. Commencement ceremonies draw several thousand people to the stands each June.
North and Daugherty halls
EOU's newest residence halls were built in 2005 and provide housing for 270 students. Buildings surround an inner courtyard with plenty of green space and a sculpture installation titled "La Grande Weir."
North and Daugherty halls
Rooms boast 100-square feet of space per single occupancy, and 200-square feet of space per double occupancy room. Students also have a walk-in storage room in every suite.
EOU's traditional residence hall offers the largest rooms on campus,
and the building's smaller hallways enable residents to easily development a sense of community.
Apartment-style housing reserved primarily for juniors, seniors and students over age 21.
Collections in the intellectual heart of campus include general, law, youth, Oregon and Native American. Students utilize a variety of study areas, a computer lab and there is even a place to get coffee!
The College of Education and the College of Business are centrally located here, near the residence halls and the campus disc golf course.