EOU tops list of most economical colleges and universities in Oregon offering distance-learning options.
Distinctive installation by artist Joe Page envelopes EOU’s Nightingale Gallery, Jan. 10-31.
College of Business accreditation reaffirmed, demonstrating quality of popular undergraduate and graduate programs.
Campus and offices will close beginning Dec. 23, reopening Jan. 2. Winter term classes begin Jan. 6!
Holiday Music Festival brings more than 200 student & community performers to McKenzie Theatre stage, Dec. 7-8.
Occupational therapist shares career experience for next Health Speaker Series, Nov. 21.
Eleven-member Jazz Ensemble performs tonight, Nov. 22, with Professor Matt Cooper directing.
Raising awareness of cultural diversity during International Education Week, Nov. 18-22.
Nov. 16 concert celebrates professor’s career, proceeds benefit scholarship for returning theatre students.
New Healthy for Life™ campus dining program is empowering students to make healthier lifestyle choices.
Professor discusses writing and filming the unspeakable for next colloquium, Nov. 14.
Performers of all ages share the stage for annual “Choirs of the Valley” concert, Nov. 14.
Community invited to weigh-in on EOU’s governance options during open forum, Nov. 12.
Celebrate Veterans Day with Remembrance Ceremony, open house for new student resource center.
Emmy-winning writer Jon Raymond reads from his new novel, “Rain Dragon,” Nov. 14.
History scavenger hunt, cultural field trip and more mark Native American Heritage Month.
Hear from Bob Coulter, RPh, and Sarah Williams, DP, for First Health Speaker Series of fall term, Oct. 24.
Colloquium features faculty sharing examples of modifying their pedagogy to serve online students.
eTutoring connects online students face-to-face with trained tutors at EOU and other universities.
Ars Poetica Lecture Series opens Oct. 22 with Lidia Yuknavitch, author of “Dora: A Headcase.”