At OSU-Cascades in Bend, students experience the excellent quality of instruction and academic degree programs that Oregon State University is known for — in small-size classes where their voice matters.
OSU-Cascades is building a sustainable campus that is fully integrated with the community while retaining the personal, close-knit environment that has worked so well for our students.
The 10-acre campus, 46-acre pumice mine, and 72-acre landfill expand the campus footprint to 128 acres. These properties make up one of the largest undeveloped areas within the City of Bend. By developing these properties, the university is supporting Oregon’s land use goals of increasing density rather than sprawl.