OSU'S GRADUATES, OUR FUTURE

As we look to our next 150 years, we at Oregon State are determined to do even more to build a healthier, prosperous, and more sustainable future. That means, above all, doubling down on efforts to ensure the students who come to us make the most of their potential and graduate. 

OSU-Cascades receives largest gift in its history

A $5 million gift to Oregon State University-Cascades will propel the university toward its next phase of capital development, which will include a second academic building for the growing campus.

Changing Gears, Transforming Lives

Choosing to go to college wasn’t easy for Liz and Rich Grotsky. But at the end of 2016, both will have earned their degrees at OSU-Cascades. And along the way, a nonprofit called Empowering Youth Bicycle Program started to roll. Hundreds of bikes – and people – are being transformed, thanks to higher education and its supporters.

The Path to a Better Future, via Oregon State University

Candalynn Johnson’s journey to OSU had to cover two separate distances. The first was simply miles, but the second was much farther: a journey away from poverty and toward a future of smoothing the path for others. With help from a generous College of Liberal Arts alumnus, the political science major traveled all the way to Cuba last summer.

Students Succeed Thanks to Amazing Generosity

Oregon State donors make the difference - providing support that builds buildings, creates programs, attracts top faculty - all to ensure our students have the very best opportunities for success in college and in life.
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New York Times Best-Selling Author Speaks to OSU Parents, Alumni, and Friends

New York Times Best-Selling Author Speaks to OSU Parents, Alumni, and Friends

Oregon State University is committed to bringing insights and advice from top thinkers about student development to support Oregon youth in becoming impactful leaders for our future. Recently, New York Times best-selling author Julie Lythcott-Haims spoke about allowing children to develop the resilience and inner determination necessary for success.

Our email address has changed. Has yours?

Our email address has changed. Has yours?

OSU Foundation email addresses are changing from the university’s “@oregonstate.edu” extension to the Foundation’s own “@osufoundation.org” extension. The .org domain better reflects our non profit status. Please update your address book. If your contact information has changed, let us know so we can stay in touch.

Tillamook County Creamery Association Gives $1.5 Million for OSU Research Facility

Tillamook County Creamery Association Gives $1.5 Million for OSU Research Facility

A new Food and Beverage Facility will be constructed for OSU’s Department of Food Science and Technology with help from the Tillamook County Creamery Association. The planned facility will include an automated, small-scale dairy manufacturing plant with space for innovative research, testing, and teaching.

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Featured Events

Mar
02
Destination OSU 2017
A weekend celebrating the university’s growing impact and honoring its outstanding volunteer leaders
Dana Point, Calif.
Open to the public
Mar
08
Provost's Lecture with Robin Chase
March 8, 2017
Corvallis Campus
LaSells Stewart Center
Open to the public
Apr
18
PROVOST'S LECTURE WITH MAYA LIN
April 18, 2017
Corvallis Campus
LaSells Stewart Center
Open to the public

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