Running Jan. 14-23, the celebration includes art, music and academic study related to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s work.
Free, unofficial Transfer Credit Reviews equip students with the details they need to decide whether EOU is the right fit.
Four new ASTEO Scholars joined the ranks of EOU this fall. Scholarship applications for next year close Feb. 1!
A holistic approach to student support improves retention by nurturing a sense of belonging at EOU.
Trustees covered enrollment trends, legislative updates, presidential compensation and overall university financial health on Nov. 15.
More than 35% of EOU students are the first in their families to attend college. TRIO/SSS recognizes the achievements of first-gen students on Nov. 8.
Sixty attendees at the signing ceremony between EOU and the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (CTUIR) left their seats for a traditional circle dance on Oct. 18.
Eastern Promise became one of the first sponsored dual-credit programs to receive state approval.
The Nightingale Gallery’s biennial Faculty Exhibition opens Nov. 9 and runs through Dec. 11.
A new transfer pathway allows seamless transition for students at Chemeketa Community College in Salem.
Jazz musician Dmitri Matheny will cover improvisation and the business of music Oct. 25, in addition to performing on his flugelhorn on campus and in town.
Husted will read from her new novel, “All Coyote’s Children,” at 7:30 p.m., Oct. 16 in the library reading room.
Oregon Book Award Finalist Ed Skoog will join student authors and artists on Oct. 11 to celebrate the latest edition of EOU’s literary journal Oregon East.
A dynamic multi-media installation will fill Eastern Oregon University’s Nightingale Gallery Oct. 5 to Nov. 2.
TRIO Student Support Services welcomes incoming students with a weeklong orientation program on campus.
At $1 million, the Jean and Denver Ginsey Scholarship is the largest gift to the EOU Foundation by a living donor in the university’s history.
Faculty return to campus for Opening Session starting Sept. 17, and classes begin the following week.
EOU’s Sociology & Social Welfare concentration is now available to online students.
Two dozen high school students participated in Cottonwood Crossing Summer Institute last month, led by EOU faculty and students.
Commencement speaker Bobbie Conner highlighted her family’s deep connection to the Grande Ronde Valley and EOU.