Revitalizing the Campus
Austin Hall, home of the College of Business
When you make a gift supporting Oregon State University facilities, you’re investing in people: students and faculty who study, explore, collaborate, and compete inside.
Most of the new buildings at Oregon State are constructed through a public-private partnership that combines state bonds and generous philanthropic gifts. Here are some recent highlights:
- Austin Hall (College of Business)
- Beth Ray Center for Academic Support
- Hallie E. Ford Center for Healthy Children and Families (College of Public Health and Human Sciences)
- James E. Oldfield Animal Teaching Facility (College of Agricultural Sciences)
- Linus Pauling Science Center
A combination of state and private funds also support the modernization of buildings like Joyce Collin Furman Hall (College of Education) or spaces like the Paradigms in Physics classroom in Weniger Hall.
Athletic facilities such as the OSU Basketball Center are funded entirely by private donations.
Learn about current facility initiatives at OSU:
Johnson Hall (College of Engineering)
Marine Studies Building at Hatfield Marine Science Center
Oregon Forest Science Complex
Valley Football Center
Whyte Track and Field Center
OSU’s fermentation science program has received a $1 million gift from Carlos Alvarez, the chairman and chief executive officer of The Gambrinus Company. The gift will fund the purchase of a new research brewery.
The College of Engineering at Oregon State University is developing one of the leading facilities in the world to improve safety for construction workers and the general public. A $1 million grant from Knife River Corporation and MDU Construction Services Group will help support creation of this laboratory.
Lee and Connie Kearney have committed a $500,000 lead gift toward an initiative to develop Oregon State University - Cascades' new campus as one that exemplifies energy conservation and is positioned for a net zero future.