Christine and David ’76 Vernier have committed $500,000 to OSU’s College of Science for the Vernier Program for Mentoring and Diversity in Science. Read more.

New York Yankee centerfielder Jacoby Ellsbury gives back to help his alma mater carry on its proud baseball tradition. Read more.

Beth Ray was remembered for her warmth, humor, and commitment to students at a June 2 celebration of life service. Read more.

Members of the Class of 1964 invest in Oregon State’s future with an endowed scholarship at their 50-year reunion. Read more.

Acclaimed author Tobias Wolff was awarded the 2014 Stone Award for Lifetime Literary Achievement, one of the nation's most prestigious accolades. Read more.

The Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport looks forward to expansion as the university focuses on marine studies as a top priority. Read more.

OSU is providing its increasingly diverse student population opportunities for academic success through a grant from the Meyer Memorial Trust. Read more.

Campaign Newsletter | Summer Issue | 2014

Justin ConnorA promise for science students

Call them the “little bangs” of science education: those exciting “Wow!” moments when a student sees theory translated into real life, and it suddenly makes sense. A recent gift by Christine and David ’76 Vernier will help turn the sparks of scientific interest into a lasting flame for underrepresented students. Read more ...


Forever grateful to his alma mater, New York Yankee centerfielder Jacoby Ellsbury has committed $1 million to help OSU baseball expand its locker room facilities at Goss Stadium, a place he called home from 2003-2005. Read more ...

Beth Rayosu celebrates the life
of first lady beth ray

The Oregon State community turned out in force to remember Beth Ray at a June 2 celebration of life service held at LaSells Stewart Center. Read more ...

Golden JubileeClass of 1964 Invests
in OSU’s Future

While it’s only natural to remember the past during a Golden Jubilee celebration, the Class of ’64 also celebrated its future impact when classmates gathered for their 50-year reunion by creating an endowed Class of 1964 Scholarship to support new generations of Oregon Staters. Read more ...

Tobias WolffTobias Wolff Receives Stone Literary Award

Acclaimed author Tobias Wolff (left) poses with Patrick Stone ’74, who with his wife, Vicki Stone, established OSU’s Stone Award for Lifetime Literary Achievement. Read more ...


President Ray has announced the launch of an initiative to create a marine studies campus at OSU, including developments at the Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport. Read more ...

¡Bienvenidos! – Welcome to Academic Success ¡Bienvenidos! – Welcome to Academic Success

Thanks to a $300,000 grant from Meyer Memorial Trust, OSU is launching a two-year pilot program to improve the academic success of its increasingly diverse student body. Read more ...

Monday, Sept. 15
Johnson Hall Groundbreaking
OSU Campus

Friday, Oct. 31
Austin Hall Grand Opening
& Tours
OSU Campus

Friday, Oct. 31
The Campaign for OSU Celebration
LaSells Stewart Center

Feb. 19-21, 2015
Destination OSU
Scottsdale, Ariz.

Donors provide support to
1 out of every 8 OSU students.


Faculty Excellence
At the Recognizing Excellence event on May 13, members of the OSU community came together to honor outstanding faculty members and the generous donors who support them.


Giving Highlights
Learn about recent gifts to OSU that include a herd of Jersey cows, expansion to the campus campanile, and new scholarship and faculty support.



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