EOU COVID-19 Updates

Eastern Oregon University is actively responding to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and is collaborating closely with local and state public health experts to provide prevention, response and resources to the EOU community.

Spring Term starts March 30, with classes offered via remote-access. All offices and services are accessible remotely. For more information and updates, please click the button below.

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Right now, Mountaineers need your help. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of them are struggling to stay in school. If you are able, please consider a gift to the Student Crisis Fund to help at-risk students in our university family.

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GO STEM Hub brings learning activities to rural families

May 8-16 is STEM Week and the GO STEM Hub at EOU is leading the way in hosting learning events for kids and families.

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Accessible online MBA creates opportunity

EOU’s fully online MBA program was ranked #6 in the state for best value.

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Library display for sexual assault awareness month

Students discuss consent online

During Sexual Assault Awareness Month, EOU’s Privileged Campus Advocate educated students about the role of consent in online interactions.

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"When I decided to go back to school, I researched every school in the state. I found that to be an online student and continue to work full time, most schools added an 'online fee' per credit, making it extremely expensive. EOU was the only one to meet all of my requirements to return to school. They transferred all of my credits from Colorado, I could finish my degree 100% online, and the tuition was very reasonable compared to other Oregon universities. I could not have finished my degree without the encouragement I received from instructors and advisors. I am graduating debt free and that is not something you hear every day."

Claire Shank
Business Administration
Durango, Colo.

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