Oregon State University (OSU) is a regionally accredited academic institution located in Corvallis, Oregon. OSU is classified as a coed, public research university and holds the distinction of being one of two US academic establishments (with Cornell being the other) to be designated as a land-grant, sea-grant, space-grant and sun-grant institution. Over 200,000 have attended OSU since it was founded in 1856. Undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degrees can be earned through on-campus learning and distance education.
OSU’s online and distance courses are offered through its Extended Campus and are taught by OSU faculty. OSU’s Extended Campus offers 10 online Bachelor’s Degrees, 10 online Graduate degrees, nine online Workforce and Non Credit programs, two online P-12 Outreach programs, and several other online undergraduate specialist programs.
Tuition fees for OSU’s online programs are the same for residents and non-residents of Oregon and for international students. Financial aid in the form of scholarships and grants are available to eligible students. To find out more about OSU’s tuition and financial aid requirements, contact the Oregon State University’s Financial Aid Office.
Information on OSU’s online graduate degree and certificate admission requirements, as well as the online undergraduate degrees admission processes can be viewed on the OSU website. The application process takes about 4-6 weeks from the time all required documentation are submitted to the Admissions office.
The Northwest Commisison on Colleges nad Universities accredit Oregon State University. The Oregon State Board of Higher Education authorizes OSU to offer and grant undergraduate and graduate level certificates, as well as degrees from the Baccalaurate on to Post Graduate (Doctorate) levels.