EOU Trustees met for a special meeting to consider a potential partnership with Learning House.
Co-owners of Chaves Consulting will speak to students and entrepreneurs at 6 pm on March 7 at the Fire House Museum in downtown La Grande.
Lyle Schwarz directed “The Elephant Man” back in 1984, and he’s returned to produce it again in the theatre that bears his name.
High school artists from across the region earned awards for their work, which is on display in the Nightingale Gallery through March 15
TheDream.US scholarship applications close Feb. 28. Contact EOU Admissions for additional information.
The jazz ensemble holds its winter concert on March 8 in Groth Recital Hall. Admission is free.
High school students from across the region will show their artwork in the Nightingale Gallery starting Feb. 22.
Thomas Madden’s posthumous collection of poems, edited and published by students, launches Feb. 23.
Trustees reviewed key metrics in the strategic plan and prepared for the upcoming budget season during their winter meeting.
The second issue of the Eastern Oregon Social Science Journal won first place from the American Scholastic Press Association this fall.
The Carl and Sandra Ellston Ars Poetica Literary Lecture Series welcomes Joe Wilkins and Todd Davis to campus Feb. 5.
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.