My.EOU Portal Current Students Faculty/Staff
October 24, 2014
UMATILLA COUNTY, Ore. (EOU) – Students interested in continuing their education with Eastern Oregon University are invited to attend Transfer Nights in Hermiston and Pendleton in November.
The first event is from 6-7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 18 at the Eastern Oregon Higher Education Center, Room 130, 975 SE Columbia Drive in Hermiston.
Another opportunity is the following day, Wednesday, Nov. 19 at EOU’s Pendleton Center, also from 6-7 p.m. Meet in Morrow Hall, Room 208 at Blue Mountain Community College.
Jacelyn Keys, academic advisor and regional center director, will be at both events to talk with students about transferring prior credits to EOU’s programs on campus and online, how to apply, and accessing resources like financial aid and other enrollment services.
Computer labs will be accessible so attendees may complete their applications following the events with assistance as needed.
For more information call 541-289-2841 or visit www.eou.edu/transfer.
« Students, schools gaining Academic Momentum | Fair shines light on diverse career opportunities »
Eastern Oregon Regional High School Art Exhibition Honors Talent and Educators La GRANDE, Ore. –The Eastern Oregon Regional High School Art Exhibition featuring 200 works by students from 14 regional high schools opened Friday, Feb. 23. Nathan Lowe, Dean of EOU’s College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences gave a brief welcome to visitors, and […]Read more
Stress Less Event Returns to Eastern Oregon University with Puppies, Piglets, and More LA GRANDE, Ore. – The annual Stress Less event at Eastern Oregon University is back, and this year puppies, piglets, and miniature horses are included. The upcoming Stress-Less Event, on Wednesday, March 6, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Eastern […]Read more
Summer Institutes at EOU provide more than opportunity, they provide credit hours LA GRANDE, Ore. – The Summer Institutes at Eastern Oregon University (EOU) are a great way for high school students to keep learning through the summer as well as earn college credit. The institutes are designed to give high school students the EOU […]Read more