The Oregon University System's seven universities and centers offer a diversity of experiences and environments to students interested in degree programs or higher education courses. Wherever you live in Oregon, there is a campus, center or distance learning opportunity available to meet your specific needs.
For a student-focused overview of undergraduate programs, see the OUS Viewbook 2011-12 (PDF), an introductory brochure for prospective undergraduate students providing profiles of Oregon's seven public universities and branch campus, as well admissions and cost information. For summary information and data on all seven OUS campuses, including student enrollment, programs, and other information, see University Profiles.
Below are links to the the main websites of the OUS campuses and centers.
- Eastern Oregon
University (La Grande): Serves its regional mission through programs in the liberal arts; professional programs in business, education, and community service; and cooperative programs in agriculture, dental, and nursing.
Institute of Technology (Klamath Falls): The Northwest’s only polytechnic institution, OIT serves the state with programs in business, engineering and health technologies, and a cooperative programs in dental and nursing.
State University (Corvallis) A land, sea, sun, and space grant university with programs in the liberal arts and sciences and professional programs in agricultural sciences, business, education, engineering, forestry,
health and human sciences, oceanography, pharmacy, and veterinary medicine.
Cascades Campus (Bend): A branch campus on the site of its major partner, Central Oregon Community College (COCC). OSU and its collaborating program providers offer a wide array of student
services and a growing number of degree programs in arts and sciences, business, education, natural resources, and recreation.
State University (Portland): An urban university offering liberal arts and sciences programs and professional programs in business, education, engineering, health, performing arts, social work, and urban and public
Oregon University (Ashland): Provides liberal arts and sciences programs; professional programs in business, education, and performing arts; and a cooperative program in nursing.
of Oregon (Eugene): A major liberal arts and sciences university with professional programs in architecture and allied arts, business, education, journalism, law, music and performing arts, and planning
and public policy.
- Western Oregon
University (Monmouth): Provides programs in liberal arts and sciences and professional programs in education, business, and public services; and a cooperative program in nursing.
- Oregon Health
& Science University (Portland -- OUS affiliate): As an affiliated institution, OHSU is a major center for instruction, research, and public service in the fields of medicine, dentistry, nursing, and related health programs. Science and engineering programs are offered through a merger with Oregon Graduate Institute (OGI).