An Historic Moment for an Amazing University: Celebrating a Campaign Milestone
On October 22, 2010, at the annual President’s Dinner University leaders announced that gifts from more than 53,000 donors had pushed The Campaign for OSU past its original $625 million goal, almost a year ahead of schedule. Energized by this tremendous momentum and inspired by opportunities presented in the university’s strategic plan, campus leaders announced an increased campaign goal -- $850 million. The Campaign will run through 2013 and will help propel OSU to a new level of distinction and global leadership.
Alumni, parents, and friends have had an enormous impact on Oregon State University, providing more than $100 million for student scholarships, supporting OSU’s world-class faculty, building state-of-the-art facilities, and enhancing innovative programs across campus.
Join us as we continue to support OSU’s transformative impact on students, Oregon, and the world.
The final phase of The Campaign for OSU will focus on investments that advance the goals described in the university’s strategic plan, and support OSU’s drive to be recognized as a leading international research institution.
Campaign donors will help our university reach new levels of excellence, particularly in three core areas of distinction: advancing the science of sustainable earth ecosystems, improving human health and wellness, and promoting economic growth and social progress.
Major initiatives for the remainder of the campaign include:
- Merit-based scholarships that help make OSU the destination of choice for high-achieving, diverse students from Oregon and beyond
As of October 22, 2010
STUDENT PROFILE: Alex Moseley
A junior majoring in Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, Alex Moseley of Newberg, Ore., is one of the many high-achieving students who benefit from The Campaign for OSU.
Alex is co-manager of the College of Engineering’s Student Ambassador Team. She has received the Alfred J. Trommershausen Scholarship, the James and Nancy Johnson Scholarship, plus the Director’s Scholarship from the Society of Manufacturing Engineering Education Foundation, which recognizes academic achievement and leadership skills. Read more.
Connect with other OSU supporters at these upcoming events.
OSU Alumni Association Tailgaters: Fall 2010
Beaver Chalk Talks: Fall 2010
OSU Business Roundtable: 2010 - 2011, Portland
State of the University Address: January 19, Portland
Destination OSU: Feb. 28 - March 1, Palm Springs, CA
OSU at the Oregon Symphony: April 2, Portland
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