Space is still available to register for several OUT 180 classes offered through EOU’s Outdoor Adventure Program this fall.
Nightingale Gallery’s opening exhibit features 22 artists whose work transcends simplicity to become expressions of visual elegance.
TRiO Summer Bridge program provides students with academic preparation and relationship building before the term begins.
New students get ready for WOW Sept. 21-25! Access the schedule for move-in day, EOU Base Camp, special performances and more.
September 17 marks the 229th anniversary of the signing of the United States Constitution. What’s your Constitution IQ?
Preparations for the new academic year begin with faculty orientation September 16. Fall term starts September 26!
Summer research with chemistry-biochemistry faculty yields impressive – possibly even breakthrough – results.
EOU’s fire services administration degree appears on top 10 lists for affordability and best online bachelor’s in 2016.
Partnership with Klamath Community College helps U.S. Air Force students take their careers to a higher altitude.
New to EOU this fall? Go on an excursion to the wild Elkhorn Mountains of northeast Oregon before classes begin!
More EOU students are getting outside and getting involved thanks to a new partner award with Blue Mountain Outfitters.
A host of positive rankings, new grants, and stories of individual and institutional success unfold during past academic year.
Jesse Jones, ’05, begins a new position this fall as an assistant professor of composition at the famed Oberlin Conservatory.
Visit with board members and learn about new university initiatives during August 10 event at Crossroads Carnegie Art Center.
Engaged students, great teaching, vibrant communities and successful outcomes garner university national recognition.
Erica Hitzman receives Lawrence Duckler New Arts Award for her work “Spill” on exhibition at Blackfish Gallery in Portland.
New ranking from Zippia shows EOU is among the top 10 best colleges for economics majors in Oregon.
New award funded by the Grande Ronde Symphony Association is a bright note for string musicians.
Nicole Almanza, Helen Moore, Linda Reed-Jerofke and Brad Stephens join university’s governing board.
Devin Farrand, ’09, makes The New York Times’ list of “Seven Young Artists Not to Miss at Frieze.”