OSU will require all students to report past felony convictions before enrolling for class

Oregon State University announced Thursday a new policy that will require all new and continuing students to self-report past felony convictions and registered sex offender status before enrolling in fall 2018 classes.

Song commemorates Oregon State’s 150th anniversary

Oregon State University has unveiled a new song that commemorates the university’s 150th anniversary and portrays the power of learning and the contributions OSU has made to Oregonians and the state since its founding in 1868.

OSU president calls for efforts to address nation’s educational achievement gap, shares Portland region expansion plans

Oregon State University President Edward J. Ray today called upon Oregonians and higher education institutions nationally to educate far more students from less wealthy families.

OSU appoints Toni Doolen dean of the College of Education

Toni Doolen, dean of the Honors College at Oregon State University, has been named dean of the university’s College of Education.

Inspired by land grant mission, state flag, OSU's new logo emphasizes far-reaching service

Oregon State University unveiled a new institutional logo and branding Monday that pays homage to OSU’s nearly 150 years of service as Oregon's statewide university and to its land grant mission.

OSU Board of Trustees finalizes tuition increases amid lagging state support

The Oregon State University Board of Trustees on Friday approved tuition and mandatory fees for the 2017-18 academic year.

Oregon State University announces plans for arts and education complex

Oregon State University is developing a new arts and education complex on the Corvallis campus that will expand and enhance the existing LaSells Stewart Center, bringing together music, theater, digital communications programs and the visual arts to form a center of creativity infused with science and technology.

Charlene Alexander named vice president and chief diversity officer at Oregon State

Oregon State University President Edward J. Ray has named Charlene Alexander to serve as the chief diversity officer and a vice president for the university.

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