Eastern Oregon University at a Glance
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EOU is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU). We receive specialized accreditation for our business programs through the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE). Our teacher preparation programs are accredited through Oregon’s Teacher Standards and Practices Commission (TSPC).
Enrollment (Fall Fourth Week 2016)
Student population: 3,176
Population of La Grande
13,082 (2010 Census)
Estimated Annual On-Campus Undergraduate Tuition and Fees (2016-17)
Non-resident / international: $18,804
Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE): $11,424
Choose from multiple majors and minors, 4 master’s degrees, numerous pre-professional programs and partnerships offering degrees in agriculture and nursing. See Academic Programs for a complete list.
More than half of EOU students take at least one class through flexible delivery, including online and onsite courses. EOU’s centers are strategically located across Oregon to serve the needs of off-campus students. For more information visit EOU Online.
Small Class Size
There are usually fewer than 25 students in each class, allowing for direct interaction with EOU’s high-caliber teaching faculty.
Student Clubs and Organizations
On-campus housing has the capacity for 355 students in three residence halls and 16 off-campus units are available for students with families. For photos, frequently asked questions and more, visit Residence Life.
Faculty and Staff
There are 96 full-time teaching faculty; 7 part-time teaching faculty (no teaching assistants); and 209 staff at EOU.
More than $11.3 million in scholarships and grants is awarded annually to EOU students, with 91 percent of students receiving financial aid including fee remissions, scholarships, grants and loans. Visit the Financial Aid website for details.
In the 2016-17 academic year, the EOU Foundation awarded $550,000 in scholarships to students at EOU and partner institutions BMCC, OSU, OHSU and TVCC. With an endowment of over $11 million, the Foundation is currently in the quiet phase of an $11 million fundraising campaign kick-started by an anonymous donation of $1.5 million. The 2013 fiscal year concluded with restricted gifts totaling over $1.1 million. Visit the EOU Foundation online for more information.
EOU’s annual $44 million budget equates to $110 million added to promote the regional economy. An essential part of the fabric of northeast Oregon, EOU plays a unique role as an economic engine. EOU is also home to two essential grant-funded services in the region: Eastern Oregon Head Start, an early childhood education program; and the Small Business Development Center, providing resources and advising to small business owners and entrepreneurs.Share: