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First Year Experience supports first year students at EOU through their transition into higher education by providing services, programming, and courses that foster student confidence, agency, and integrity.
On-campus students are assigned to an Academic Advisor as soon as they are admitted. You will register for your first-term classes with guidance from your advisor.
Housing and Residence Life provides comfortable, clean, safe, and inclusive living environments at a reasonable cost. Living on campus gets you the best EOU experience.
WOW allows students to become familiar with campus, get involved, make new friends, and have fun as fall classes kick off!
All EOU Tutoring Services are free for current EOU students! The EOU Learning Center offers an array of academic success programs to help you master your coursework.
The Disability Services Office (DSO) serves students with physical, psychological, medical, visual, hearing, or learning disabilities.
The EOU Library provides space for distraction-free study time, research materials, and help to support students in their academic research.
It is important to get your textbooks before classes start. The EOU Bookstore can help with purchase or rental of books and other required class materials.
The Financial Aid office can help with questions about your financial aid, with applying for aid, and learning about a variety of financial topics.
Student Financial Services, or Student Accounts, is where you can pay your bill, get a textbook voucher, or get help with your account and other financial needs.
Visit this link for a full list of campus academic and personal resources, links, and services offered to on-campus and online students.
Kathryn ShortsDirector of Student Success & Transitionkshorts@eou.edu