Oregon State University (INTO)
location icon Corvallis, United States of America | Public
Oregon State University (INTO)
location icon Corvallis, United States of America | Public
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Oregon State University (OSU) is a public land-grant, research university in Corvallis, Oregon. OSU offers more than 200 undergraduate-degree programs along with a variety of graduate and doctoral degrees. Undergraduate enrollment averages close to 32,000, making it the state's largest university. Out-of-state students make up over one-quarter of the undergraduates and an additional 5,500 students are engaged in graduate coursework at the university. Since its founding, over 272,000 students have graduated from OSU. The Carnegie Foundation Classification consistently places Oregon State in their most selective tier, "Doctoral University – Very high research activity" and since 2010 has also awarded it with the prestigious "Community Engagement" distinction, making it one of only 28 schools in the nation to hold both. Chartered as a land-grant university, OSU was also one of the four inaugural members of the Sea Grant program when it formed in 1971. It joined the Space Grant and Sun Grant research consortia in 1991 and 2003, respectively, making it the first public university and one of just four in total to attain membership in all four initiatives (University of Hawaii at Manoa, Cornell University and Pennsylvania State University are the others). It is one of only six institutions to be a "national participant" among the sun-grant schools, responsible for coordinating the research among the other member schools in nine western states. OSU received a record high $449.9 million in research funding for the 2022 fiscal year and has ranked as the state's top earner in research funding for over 50 years

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