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2021 President’s Scholar makes numbers sing
EOU students joined peers from OIT, WOU and SOU to advocate for technical and regional universities.
Faculty recognized outstanding student artists with annual awards and scholarships.
Members of the university and community are invited to attend free concerts and musicals each afternoon outside Loso Hall.
Over 50 students present their scholarly work on May 20 and 21 in public lectures.
Undergraduates bonded over a shared interest in mathematics at the annual PiMUC event, held virtually this month.
The first Sustainable Rural Systems cohort will take an active role in transforming a former school in Baker City.
The Nightingale Gallery hosts the senior capstone show, opening April 21.
ASEOU created a way for students to share meal swipes with one another to address hunger on campus.
On-campus undergraduates and returning online undergrads won’t see a tuition rate increase next year.
Health protocols and ongoing commitment to safety have allowed EOU to continue serving students during the pandemic.
The annual one-day conference will be fully virtual and free for all attendees on Feb. 13.
Undergraduates in the Health and Human Performance program collaborated with faculty and healthcare professionals to carry out original research.
Academics, campus life and university operations proceeded in the midst of a pandemic with remarkable success.
The pandemic-safe sport has continued competition this fall.
First-generation students discover connection and support at EOU amid the pandemic.
Scholarships, tutoring and a designated study space await military members and student veterans at EOU
November is Native American Heritage Month, and EOU’s Native American Program is offering a variety of activities.
The GO STEM Hub, housed at EOU, will deliver learning kits to rural families impacted by COVID-19.
Music and theatre students recording audio stories with a spooky theme, airing Oct. 29 and 30.
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The drive-through ceremony will be livestreamed for members of the public. Read more
When the FDA fully approves one or more of the COVID-19 vaccines, Eastern Oregon University will require vaccination for students and employees who work, learn and engage with the main campus. Accommodations will be available for medical and non-medical exemptions.Read more