You’ll always be a part of Beaver Nation — and the OSU Alumni Association helps keep the connection strong well beyond graduation. Members help support current students — the next generation of world changers — and build the university’s reputation for excellence. Oregon State alumni are committed leaders who make an impact in their careers and communities. They are proud to be Beavers. And in Beaver Nation, pride never dies.
A childhood refugee from the Killing Fields of Cambodia, surgeon SreyRam Kuy ’00 says Oregon State shaped her life with love, support and endless opportunities.
Ryan Mason ’15 recharged dreams he thought he’d left behind when he decided to resume his education at Oregon State. His comic strip — At Random — was a daily feature in the campus newspaper for four years.
Northwest Farm Credit Services and CoBank each have committed $250,000 toward construction of the College of Forestry’s Oregon Forest Science Complex.
Lacie LaRue, senior director of annual giving programs for the Oregon State University Foundation, has been named one of 2016’s most innovative young leaders in the nation by The Chronicle of Philanthropy.
Presidential Scholar Rikki Redhead is an officer with OSU’s chapter of Active Minds: a peer-to-peer organization devoted to erasing the stigma surrounding mental illness among college students. She notes that scholarship support makes a major impact on reducing students’ stress levels and improving their ability to graduate.
Bend | State of the University
Join Oregon State University President Edward J. Ray as he provides a compelling update on the university's accomplishments in the past year.
Golden Jubilee Reunion
Featuring the classes of 1966, 1961, 1951, 1946, 1941 and 1936.
Register for the official tailgaters of Beaver Nation!
Are you a master of OSU lore and trivia? See how you do on The Final Exam.
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