OSU offers additional enrollment and funding options for extended locations including the OSU-Cascades campus, OSU- La Grande, E-campus, and many community colleges throughout Oregon and Hawaii as part of the Degree Partnership Program (DPP). Choose from the options below to discover enrollment and funding option for your location of interest.

OSU- Cascades

OSU- Cascades, located in Bend, Oregon, offers an Oregon State University degree in a smaller, more personal setting. Choose from 16 academic programs, including OSU-Cascades signature degree programs such as Hospitality Management and Tourism, Recreation, and Adventure Leadership, as well as 30 minors and options. Students receiving an admission-based scholarship from OSU are eligible to attend OSU-Cascades while still maintaining their scholarship. Additional scholarship opportunities exist solely for OSU-Cascades students. 

OSU- La Grande

The OSU Agriculture & Natural Resource Program at EOU is a cooperative partnership between Oregon State University's College of Agricultural Sciences and Eastern Oregon University. The OSU Ag & NR Program was developed to help serve the needs of the communities and entities of eastern Oregon and the Intermountain West. Educational programs are offered for those pursuing careers in: agriculture production and management; animal, plant and food systems; fisheries and wildlife conservation; range and natural resources management; and more. Students enrolled at the OSU- La Grande campus are not eligible for admission-based OSU scholarships, but are eligible EOU merit-based and Foundation scholarships. Students may also be considered for a number of OSU Foundation scholarships.

E-Campus

Through our comprehensive online degree and certificate programs, Oregon State e-campus provides learners with access to a high-quality OSU education no matter where they live. OSU Ecampus is consistently ranked among the nation's best providers of online education for the quality and strength of its programs. In each of the last five years, e-campus has been top-ranked nationally by several organizations based on rigorous criteria including academic quality, student engagement, faculty credentials and training, student support and student satisfaction. Students enrolled in e-campus are not eligible for admission-based OSU scholarships, but are eligible to apply for OSU Foundation scholarships. 

Degree Partnership Program (DPP)

Enrolling in the DPP program allows students to be jointly admitted and enrolled at Oregon State University and any of our community college partner schools throughout Oregon and Hawaii. DPP students can combine credits from both OSU and the partner community college as one enrollment level; have access to student support services on both campuses; can track degree progress as community college transcripts are sent to OSU at the end of each term; and have increased schedule flexibilty.