Students from around the world are attending EOU because of our high-quality programs, small and safe campus, and our great community.
From diversity-focused clubs, exceptional on-campus housing options and support from student peer leaders, EOU is your home away from home.
Academic programs at Eastern Oregon University offer the opportunity to learn in a small classroom setting in beautiful rural Oregon. With four colleges, students can choose from more than 30 accredited academic programs, including sciences, humanities, teaching and business! Our small class sizes with dedicated faculty, whose focus is on a student success. Visit eou.edu/academics for a complete list.
Tuition and fees average thousands less than other public and private institutions in our region. That’s a big difference, resulting in significant savings for you. Hands-on learning and personal connection to the campus community engage students from every background while offering many scholarship opportunities.
More than a dozen other organizations have recognized EOU for its value! Make the most of your education – contact us and discover financial aid options that work for you.
Students who apply to EOU and plan on entering fall term, may apply for the International Tuition Scholarship. Click below to learn more:
For other scholarships, such as the Transfer Scholarship, Foundation Scholarships or the Diversity Achievement Award, please visit our scholarships page.
“I lived 9 months in eastern Oregon and I got the opportunity to see biggest cities and how people are over there but in La Grande I’ve met wonderful people, simple, friendly and humble. I never felt like I was not part of the community either at EOU or in La Grande, people didn’t hesitate to help me. People never judged me and I always felt safe which is very important as a foreigner.
At the university first of all I really liked the teachers who are very close to you, you can communicate with them easily they are always happy to help when you have issues and they ask you questions to learn about your culture. So I loved that they were so open-minded, learning our culture without any judgements. Plus we were with the american students in the same class and they helped us and considered us as their equal.”
Officially designated Oregon’s Rural University, EOU cultivates innovative partnerships with communities across the region to expand economic and educational opportunities for all.