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Eastern Oregon University will not raise tuition for current undergraduate students in 2021-22.
In a special meeting on March 5, EOU’s Board of Trustees voted unanimously in favor of freezing tuition for all returning undergraduate students, on-campus and online. Trustees will vote on graduate tuition rates when they reconvene in May for the board’s regular meeting.
The FDA gave its full approval to the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine. This announcement moves EOU’s vaccination requirement into full effect.
The requirement states that all students and employees who work, learn or engage on EOU’s main campus must show proof of being vaccinated or have an approved vaccination exemption request on file within 60 days of FDA approval. That timeline gives us until Friday, Oct. 22 to gather the necessary documentation.
This requirement does not apply to campus visitors or fully remote students and employees. It does apply to all EOU Head Start locations.
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“Not only did I earn a degree from Eastern Oregon University, I became a member of a wonderfully supportive, engaging community. This community helped me grow as a musician, an educator, and a person. I had great professors in my department, but I also got to know other professors, faculty members, administration, and staff who were all friendly and welcoming. Some of my greatest memories on campus were sitting in someone’s office, sipping a cup of coffee, and discussing the recent choir concert or art exhibit. Student success both during school and post graduation is a priority on campus. The community strives to educate independent, strong individuals. Being a member of the EOU family is not something easily forgotten. Even though I am now living in Vermont, pursuing a Master’s degree in Music Education at Castleton University, I keep in touch with my professors and staff on campus for continued support and advice. My success at Castleton hinges on my time at EOU. Every time someone asks me about my undergraduate university, I am proud to say I was a Mountaineer!”
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