Official fall enrollment numbers show steady growth at OSU-Cascades.
"Internships are designed to teach practical skills, apply theory to practice and build a foundation of real-world hospitality experience," said hospitality management student Tyler Spragg.
OSU-Cascades’ first computer science graduate Brian Heller (left) finds success in Portland.
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Explore all Central Oregon has to offer with our student-led outdoor programs.
John Chapman road races for OSU-Cascades.
OSU-Cascades student Rita Schenkelberg is a volunteer with Central Oregon Pride.
Maribel Jimenez earned a master's degree in teaching and heads to the classroom this fall.
Graduate Roxie Kanable is working as a ranger assistant for Oregon State Parks.
The Distinguished Student Award is one of the top honors given at OSU-Cascades and recognizes a student in each degree area for their outstanding academic achievement.
Liz and Rich Grotsky, both HDFS graduates, started a bicycle nonprofit for kids.
Catching up with our first freshman class.
In 2015, we broke ground on the new campus and we welcomed our very first freshman class.
Apply now for 2016/2017 OSU-Cascades housing.
OSU-Cascades alumna Lindy Callahan is a copywriter in Seattle
We honor the more than 50 current students who served in the military.
Senior Rylea Erickson went looking for leadership opportunities - and found them.
Freshman Brody Swisher is pursuing a computer science degree.
Laura Manning, a senior at OSU-Cascades, wants to get books into the hands of children
OSU-Cascades undergrad builds a lab
OSU-Cascades students intern in China
OSU-Cascades student Joy Cooper looks at the economic, ecological and social dimensions of sustainability
Kyle Martin, OSU-Cascades Business Administration '11, works as the snow marketing manager for Dragon Alliance
Building a strong resume
ESE student Tina Schnell interns at Daimler Trucks in North Carolina
Topher Robertson turns an internship into a career
As a social science major, his coursework focused on social, political and economic issues important to tribal communities
“Social science is such a well-rounded program,” says Whitney Cox “I feel prepared to understand and communicate with all different kinds of people.”
Natalee Reyes puts her degree to work at Touchmark
Sam Newman is interested in waste
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