As a partner college, EOU students eligible for DACA can qualify for scholarship funding through TheDream.US. Apply by March 8!
Gain an in-depth look at the studio practices of EOU’s accomplished and internationally recognized visual arts faculty.
College Choice ranks EOU’s online bachelor’s in business administration degree among the top 50 best programs in the country.
Skye Fitzgerald, ’93, shares his path to becoming an award-winning documentary filmmaker with a clear sense of purpose.
Alumni Jim and Holly Akenson share their compelling new book about living in the rugged Idaho wilderness.
Dr. Arden Perkins, 2009 biology grad, shares recent study that could lead to a breakthrough in antibiotics.
WWII era play about all-women amateur dramatics troupe, the Osiris Players, opens November 10.
View New York City artist John Michael Byrd’s solo exhibition through December 6 in Nightingale Gallery.
Professor emeritus George Venn releases unique collection of Northwest literature spanning 1970-2010.
“The Compleat Wrks of Wllm Shkspr” opens season dedicated to the English playwright. See the show October 12-15 and 21-22.
It’s Homecoming at EOU, October 20-22! Festivities coincide with the seventh annual Eastern Oregon Film Festival (EOFF).
Join students, faculty and staff for EOU’s annual Homecoming Parade Friday, Oct. 21. Register now!
A host of positive rankings, new grants, and stories of individual and institutional success unfold during past academic year.
Jesse Jones, ’05, begins a new position this fall as an assistant professor of composition at the famed Oberlin Conservatory.
Visit with board members and learn about new university initiatives during August 10 event at Crossroads Carnegie Art Center.
Erica Hitzman receives Lawrence Duckler New Arts Award for her work “Spill” on exhibition at Blackfish Gallery in Portland.
Devin Farrand, ’09, makes The New York Times’ list of “Seven Young Artists Not to Miss at Frieze.”
EOU works to draw more Hispanic students to campus, particularly those who might otherwise have believed college was out of reach.
2016 graduate Shahayla Ononaiye is heading to the Windy City for NATS Music Theater Competition.
View memorable photos, watch archived live-stream footage and read local coverage of the big event.