Kick back after hiking in the Elkhorn Mountains or paddle boarding on Wallowa Lake during upcoming camping trips.
Relive highlights of EOU’s 85th Commencement Ceremony through memorable photos and archived video!
From musicians to mathematicians, educators to economists, artists to athletes, students are recognized at annual assembly.
EOU Alumni Association organizes events from Portland to Boise to Bend and back on campus this summer. Tickets are available now!
Oregon’s top BFA and MFA grads are exhibiting their work at Blackfish Gallery in Portland, including EOU’s own Genevieve Gaudreau.
Jeremy Bard is one of 29 students selected nationwide for a prestigious internship program funded by the Society of Chemical Industry.
EOU senior Camila Claycomb rallies strength, graduates with honors following a life-changing accident last fall.
Catch the student reading tonight at 7:30 in Ackerman Hall.
Annual rankings published by Affordable Colleges Online place EOU at the top of the list for Oregon in 2015.
EOU board makes recommendation for tuition increase and prepares for presidential transition, among other actions.
GO-STEM Hub partners with companies to provide summer opportunities for educators and community members.
EOU’s formal outdoor Commencement Ceremony starts at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 13 and will be streamed live.
New online program prepares paramedics to become administrators and managers in the specialized field of emergency medical healthcare.
EOU Chamber Choir, Men’s and Women’s choirs join forces for a celebration of global music and rhythms.
Proposed tuition increase, presidential transition, new university programs and other items will be discussed at next regular public meeting.
Shahayla Ononaiye wins her division at the National Association of Teachers of Singing Classical Festival and regional competition.
Ted Brown’s love of teaching and sustainable forestry will be celebrated during tree dedication ceremony Saturday, May 30.
Antique safe, vehicles, compound miter saw and metal shears among items available through first sale.
Join the discussion with Bill Grigsby, Ph.D., of “Democracy on Junk Food: Processed News and the Body Politic,” May 28.
EOU grad Deneil Hill returns May 27 to share her current work at Binghamton University where she is a doctoral candidate in history.