Oregon State University attracts more than 26,000 students from 50 states and 100 countries seeking nationally recognized programs in fields such as agricultural sciences, community health, conservation biology, fisheries and wildlife, forestry, nuclear engineering, pharmacy, wildlife management, and zoology. This land, sea, and space grant university offers 200 undergraduate and 80 graduate degree programs, including many courses offered online.
- College Type: Public
- Program Type: 4-Year University
- College Size: Public (over 5,000 students)
- Campus Setting: Rural
The university has always been a place with purpose, seeking to improve quality of life through application, discovery, and innovation. Its top-tier research designation sets the school apart. OSU receives more funding each year than all other higher education institutions in the state.
400-acre campus is easily accessible to beautiful forests. There are many housing options available, including residence halls, coop housing, family housing, as well as a residence exclusively for honors students. With 300 student-run organizations, there are activities for a wide range of interests, including community service, environmental awareness, Greek life, theatre, and music. The campus also hosts popular festivals and concerts throughout the year.
Oregon State University is a member of NCAA, with men's baseball, basketball, football, golf, rowing, soccer, and wrestling and women’s basketball, cross country, golf, gymnastics, rowing soccer, softball, swimming, track and field, and volleyball.