The goal of this new initiative is to broaden the scope of approach to conflict and peace, provide a more theoretical dimension to conflict, engage multi-level scales of conflict dimensions and strengthen skills through highly experiential learning opportunities. Visit the Water Cooperation and Diplomacy Joint Education Programme website to learn more.
Students interested in taking only the OSU portion of the coursework offered through the program at OSU in summer are welcome to register for these summer courses even if they do not participate in the portions of the program offered at IHE Delft and the University for Peace in Costa Rica.
The Precollege Program Office supports and oversees a wide range of youth outreach activities designed to increase college access and academic preparation for Oregon’s youth. Young Entrepeneur's Business Week, Adventures in Learning, KidSpirit Summer Day Camp, JumpstART, and STEM Academy are just some of the programs featured over the summer at OSU.
Visit the Precollege Programs summer webpage for more information.
Oregon State University faculty provide leadership and instruction on education abroad programs in nearly twenty countries. Visit the Office of Global Opportunities to find a program that fits your academic, professional and personal goals, and gain a greater understanding of the global context.
The future of the ocean is in your hands.
Study in an active, working harbor at the Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport, Oregon this summer to gain unique field and lab experience while earning Oregon State credit.
Create the change you want to see. Study and live at the Oregon coast this summer.
For more information, visit the Hatfield Marine Science Center Summer Term website.
INTO OSU is an initiative to increase the number of and percentage ratio of international students at OSU and to improve the overall level of service that OSU provides for them. OSU leads and maintains full control of all academic and admissions decisions, while INTO contributes to market knowledge, leads student recruitment and contributes to the overall student experience.
Field intensive courses allow students to build camaraderie, gain technical skill expertise, and synthesize classroom learning across the curriculum. Students in the geology option are mentored by a dedicated faculty with a broad range of expertise. Recent field geology courses have taken place at the Owens Valley Station in eastern California and the Mitchell Field Station in central Oregon. More information regarding courses is available at the Field Geology Courses for Undergraduates webpage.