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.
New students at EOU can take their orientation outside with a six-day adventure trip in Hells Canyon Sept. 16-21.
The official ribbon-cutting ceremony takes place before the coin toss at 6 p.m. Saturday in Community Stadium.
EOU’s Sociology & Social Welfare concentration is now available to online students.
The Board of Trustees hosts its annual community reception July 31 in Joseph.
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.
Two student teams competed in the Invent Oregon finals on June 29 in Klamath Falls.
EOU and PSU have partnered to create the Urban-Rural Ambassador Institute, a six-credit course that takes place over 10 days in September.
An accreditation team from NWCCU will visit EOU in October as part of its Year Seven Report.
Middle and high school students from across the state came to EOU June 20-22.
Four EOU students were honored at the Speel-Ya Pow Wow last month.
This year’s President’s Scholar, Charlette Burghard, will speak at commencement and “pretty much loves to learn.”
EOU will hold two commencement ceremonies at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., Saturday, June 16 in Quinn Coliseum.
Members of the Entrepreneurship club sponsored Rick Miller’s visit to campus May 31.
Jazz, fiddle and choir ensembles hold their final concerts May 31 and June 1.
Stakeholders, alumni and student-athletes attended the ceremony May 5.