The first phase of a major capital construction project at the north end of EOU’s campus begins later this month.
Interested in transferring to EOU? Learn if you qualify for instant admission and get advice on next steps at an event near you.
Traveling poster exhibition celebrating new National Museum of African American History and Culture coming to EOU in April.
Oregon Joint Committee on Ways and Means hears from students and staff testifying in favor of higher education funding.
Contributions from EOU staff, faculty and students are creating “A Stronger Community, One Meal at a Time.”
EOU professor shares her experience working at the Cheetah Conservation Fund in Namibia March 16.
Jazz standards, traditional West African music converge when 45th Parallel and African Drumming groups take the stage March 17.
Graduating art majors Jacob Gunnels, Peter Maley and Lara Welford share photography, painting and sculpture April 7-28.
Step into AT&T’s traveling simulator March 10 and get the message: Distracted driving is never OK.
High school students interested in technology get an inside look at the industry and EOU’s cutting-edge facilities and programs.
Classes designed to introduce and immerse participants in the great outdoors are being offered next term. Register now!
EOU junior and cross country runner Evan Rummerfield presents stand-up act “Procrastination Opportunity” March 15.
Daniela Molnar’s art and work argues for the animacy and sanctity of all beings. Learn more about her current projects March 9.
Awards announced for “Eastern Oregon Regional High School Art Exhibition” featuring over 300 works by area students.
Midterms and finals got you straining? Decompress with games and find your “chill zone” at second annual campus event.
Junior exhibition marks significant step on path of six artists. Opening reception is March 3 at Art Center East!
Each year students from around the world collaborate to produce this event celebrating their cultures. Don’t miss it February 25!
Students in grades three through 12 are invited to register for annual conference for young writers March 11.
Importance of higher education, and EOU’s unique role and successes emphasized at budget “roadshow” hearing.
“Don’t Blink” and miss this temporary art event showcasing the studio progress of Erica Hitzman, class of 2016, February 24-25.