OSU Ecampus Reaches Record Enrollment

January 24th, 2008

Oregon State University’s Ecampus is growing. Its fully accredited online degree programs bring quality educational opportunities to students who may not be able to step foot on campus. Military personnel, working parents and adults and other students across the state of Oregon and around the world, find convenience and access in Ecampus programs whether they are trying to finish their degree, just getting started or looking to take a few classes. From KVAL.com:

Oregon State University’s extended campus is growing by leaps and bounds.

Online enrollment at OSU’s e-campus program is up 17% compared to fall of 2006. Students can begin and complete their degree online without even setting foot on campus. Total enrollment is just under 3,200 students.

E-campus director at OSU, David King, says, “I think the reason is maybe twofold. One is that we have a good product and we market it well. The other thing is we’re at the right place at the right time. Growth in online course interest has grown phenomenally in the last 4 to 5 years.”

15 accredited undergraduate and graduate degrees are offered through e-campus. Students from all 50 states and 14 countries are enrolled.

Interested in earning an online degree? You can learn more about OSU’s Ecampus programs by visiting their website. Also, be sure to visit Mary Caughey, OSU Extended Campus Community College Coordinator, during the Oregon Transfer Days programs at community colleges across the state.

Mary Caughey at and OSU Event:
Mary Caughey


3 responses to “OSU Ecampus Reaches Record Enrollment”

  1. James Miller says:

    GO MARY! See you on the road:)!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Great blog, but not sure how many people would know even a portion of these answers…

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