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 come 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.
The latest edition of EOU’s literary journal is now on stands and online.
Artist Amy Santoferraro will select student artwork for exhibition and awards June 1 in the Nightingale Gallery.
Three trustees were honored May 24, as the board discussed rural engagement at its last meeting of the academic year.
Builders, architects, developers and forestry experts will convene on campus June 7 for a day of talks and tours.
The Board of Trustees convenes May 24 for its final meeting of the academic year.
Collaboration between EOU and Shelter From the Storm will bring a new staff person to campus next year.
Upperclassmen shared their creative, scholarly work with the community May 23 in Loso Hall.
Oregon’s Higher Education Coordinating Commission submitted its unanimous vote to the legislature this week, commending EOU’s achievement of financial sustainability.
The first Oregon school to compete at the ACUI nationals, EOU placed 6th in Sporting Clays.
The Oregon Library Association recognized EOU librarian Shirley Roberts, selected from more than 1,000 members.
The revamped program offers students more choice than ever at EOU.