Wednesday, April 22 is Dam Proud Day, the annual OSU Day of Giving. Last year, the Honors College raised nearly $52,000 for differential tuition scholarships for honors students, the eighth most at OSU! This year, you can help us reach out goal of 100 gifts by making a donation of $5.00 or more here! Thank you so much for your support.

In the Oregon State University Honors College, some of the most dedicated, creative, and talented undergraduates in the world become the leaders and change-makers of tomorrow. Innovative classes, unparalleled original research opportunities, and unique community activities engage students from all of the university's undergraduate majors in the practice and art of applying knowledge to real-world problems and building connections between disparate fields and perspectives. Our graduates leave the university with a history of accomplishments behind them and a future at the forefront in addressing today's complex challenges ahead of them. We are committed to making sure that every qualified student ready to do and be more can be a part of our transformative community, regardless of background, financial need, or field. Support from alumni and friends who share a belief in our program is essential in creating scholarship resources that allow our students to rise to the full height of their ambitions.

How to Help

A contribution to the OSU Foundation in support of the Honors College in any amount can help make sure that no student feels compelled to miss out on an opportunity or leave the college due to financial restrictions. If you want to be more involved in our community, please contact us to learn more about our career connections programs and our leadership opportunities, the HC Alumni Leadership Circle, HC Parent Leadership Circle, and the HC Board of Regents.

If you have questions, contact:

Kellie Parker
Director of Development
Honors College
Oregon State University Foundation
[email protected]

You can make a gift online to support the Honors College. All gifts to the Honors College qualify as contributions under current state and federal tax codes.

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