Oregon State University is proud to serve those who serve. The Military and Veteran Resource Office provides support to military service members, veterans and their families studying at Oregon State campuses in Corvallis and Bend, online via Ecampus and at degree partnership locations. We can guide you through the requirements of higher education and make sure you know about all the benefits and services available to help you have a successful learning experience at Oregon State.
For more than a century, military training has been offered at Oregon State. Fulfilling a provision of the Morrill Act of 1862, which gave Corvallis College its first public support, an Army Cadet Corps was organized in 1873. During World War II, Oregon State became known as the West Point of the West for producing more officers than any other non-military academy in the nation.
Student veteran success stories
•Matthew Johnson served in the Marines before coming to Oregon State to study engineering.
•Attaining a masters of business administration is a popular option for veterans like Randy Ocampo.
• After two tours in Iraq, Austin Smith Jr. was able to stay close to home and family in Central Oregon while earning his degree in natural resources at OSU-Cascades.