Cascade Centers Counselor Steve Rohrbeck talks about his professional experience and how to avoid burnout. Recorded 12/2/19
WOU's Career Development Coordinator Jennifer Hansen talks about profesionalism and how to get ahead when job hunting. Recorded 10/14/19
Two counseling professionals talk about test anxiety and how to overcome stress. Recorded 10/14/19
Professor Kim Jensen's Introduction to Public History class conducts research for the Vick building centenary 1920-2020. Recorded 3/12/20
Oregon Dept. of Education Social Science Specialist Amit Kobrowski talks about social science standards adopted in 2018 and what to expect next. Recorded 11/8/19
WOU adjunct faculty member Thomas Dooley leads this class discussion on Taboo Topics in Counseling. Recorded 11/25/129
The Criminal Justice Career Fair is for students, employers and WOU alumni. Recorded 3/4/20
The WOU Criminal Justice Department presents Career Day 2020 featuring a panel of criminal justice experts. Recorded live on 3/4/20.
Catherine Jones was tried, sentenced and incarcerated as adult in Florida when she was 13. Jones is now a member of the Campaign for the Fair Sentencing of Youth. Sponsored by WOU's Criminal Justice Sciences Division. Recorded 2/24/20
WOU's Service Learning and Career Development sponsors several career fairs on campus. Find out why you should attend the next one. Recorded 1/29/20
The WOU Fem in STEM speaker series presents Robin Frojen who runs the creamery and Beaver Classic Cheese program at Oregon State University. Recorded 1/22/19
Two WOU alumni discuss job hunting after graduation. This video features Emily Geraci and Dave Crockett. Recorded 11/14/19
Vocational Rehabilitation State of Oregon Branch Manager Bryan Campbell discusses how to apply for state jobs. Recorded 11/4/19
Human Services Specialist and WOU alum Brandt van Soolen talks about his CRC & NCE preparation and exam experience. Recorded 10/21/19
Transition Network Facilitator Eivind-Erik Sorensen talks about Oregon's Transition Technical Network supporting secondary students and young adults who experience differing abilities. Recorded 11/19/19
Three State of Oregon employees talk about CRC, LPC and the certification process. Video features Lonny Knotts, Theresa Kollars and Renata Beck. Recorded 10/7/19
Alcohol & Drug Counselor Sharon Reddy talks about her career path along with cultural and ethical dilemmas. Recorded 10/29/19
Mental Health Specialist and WOU Alum Geoffrey Thoma speaks about his experience with mental health services in Linn County. Recorded 11/12/19
VR Counselor and WOU Alum Jordan Meekins discusses the vocational rehabilitation process and two case profiles. Recorded 10/22/19
Guest speaker and WOU Alum Hilda Djokotoe discusses multicultural issues in vocational rehabilitation. Recorded 10/23/19
Take a look at the expanded WOU Child Development Center and meet the experienced, dedicated staff. Recorded 9/26/19
This AES session is presented by Community Health. It features three student presentations on strategies used to improve access to food and promote healthy communities. Recorded 5/30/19
This AES session is presented by Health & Exercise Science. It features Setareh Entagh, Danielle Reinke and Grant Kauffman presented by Megan Patton-Lopez. Recorded 5/30/19
This AES session is presented by Health & Exercise Science. It features Hollie Arklander and Jalen Robles with an introduction by Doris Cancel-Tirado. Recorded 5/30/19
This session features student presentations on the the Behavioral Science Creativity Lab and How To Get Involved at WOU. Recorded 5/30/19
The 2019 Academic Excellence Showcase Presidential Plenary: Interplay of Arts & Sciences featuring professors Diane Baxter, Anne Ittner, Gay Timken, Dan McCarthy, Leanne Merrill and the WOU Chamber Singers. Recorded 5/30/19
WOU's Department of Criminal Justice presents the 2019 Career Panel featuring WOU alumni and other service officials. Recorded 3/7/19
Master class in piano featuring guest artist Paul Roberts. Recorded 2/21/19
Get prepared for your next Career and Experience Fair with this Service Learning and Career Development short. Recorded 2/18/19
Service Learning and Career Development presents this short video on Resume Writing. Recorded 2/18/19
WOU ED352 students get hands-on training during a field trip to the Polk County Museum. Recorded 11/13/18
Highlights from the 13th Annual Academic Excellence Showcase sponsored by PURE (Program for Undergraduate Research Experience). Presidential Plenary Theme: POWER Recorded 5/31/18
Western Oregon University offers three licensure programs in undergraduate education. Find out how to succeed at WOU.
WOU honors students work with the Oregon Women's History Consortium to post research and celebrate the 100th anniversary of the women's suffrage movement for Oregon 2020. (This video includes footage of the late Oregon Senator Jackie Roberts.)
Two students explain why they decided to major in the new sustainability degree at Western Oregon University.
Alaskan Amalia Morse explains why she choose Western Oregon University to major in German.
Students attending the 2018 Criminal Justice Careers Day hear from a panel of professionals. Recorded 3/7/18
Watch and see what a criminal justice class is like at WOU featuring Professor Omar Melchor-Ayala. Recorded 3/1/18
Meet Anthropology Major Mark Nicolaysen and learn about historic Brunk House. Together we engage. Recorded August 2017
Learn more about WOU's Student Enrichment Program (SEP).
Western Oregon University's 160th Commencement featured this inspirational speech by graduate student Jennifer Kepka. Recorded 6/17/17
WOU senior Max Norr explores a passion for history researching World War 1 notebooks for WOU Archives. (Hamersly Library Exhibit Spring 2017)
Geography major Allison Yamnitsky explains why she decided to attend WOU.
Find out why Eugene native Chris Munson chose WOU to double major in Spanish and Criminal Justice.
WOU Art Professor Kim Hoffman and his students talk about creating sculptures that make people think. (Campus parade recorded 4/27/17)
Various law enforcement, corrections and government officials address students during WOU Criminal Justice Career Day 2017. Recorded 3/1/17
Learn about WOU's student clubs and organizations and find out why you should Get Involved!
Hear what students like about the WOU Honors Program.
WOU's 11th Annual Academic Excellence Showcase celebrates student research, scholarship and creative activities.
Develop critical policy and thinking skills as a WOU political science major.
After 20 years in the military, discover why Brandt Van Soolen chose WOU to pursue a degree in philosophy.
Preview the people, places and events in the WOU Honors Program.
Find your field of study. Explore a major in Linguistics at WOU.
Branch out with new experiences. Explore the Anthropology major at Western.
Discover why WOU is the right choice for Information System majors.
Find out why students are drawn to Western and enjoy the Gerontology program.
Discover why student-athlete Amanda Evola choose Western to major in math.
See why WOU's Physical Education Teacher Education (PETE) program is a success.
See your hard work pay off as a dance major at Western Oregon University.
As a sociology major at WOU, Mariela Lopez-Cruz hopes to make a difference in people's lives.
You'll find a wide variety of musical tracks within Western's Contemporary Music program.
Discover why Chelsea Wiley choose to pursue a Forensic Chemistry major at WOU.
Find your field. Shelby Worthing explains why she's an Economics Major at Western Oregon University.
Choose from 50+ undergraduate degrees at WOU, including Visual Communication Design.
As a Theatre major at Western, you get a solid base in acting, directing, technical design and more.
WOU English majors study literary works and figures of various eras and nationalities and become versed in various theories of criticism.
A BA/BS degree in Social Science is an interdisciplinary major that prepares students for a variety of responsibilities in both private and governmental agencies.
Learning to think, research and write about history is useful in a number of careers. Learn more about majoring in history at WOU.
Criminal justice is an exciting field with a variety of career opportunities for WOU graduates.
Learn more about the WOU Community Health major from a graduate student, a current student and WOU Associate Professor Doris Cancel-Tirado.
Salud Comunitaria en español.
Dr. Lance Marr talks about his undergraduate days as a science major/student athlete at Western and how it contributed to his medical career.
The interdisciplinary studies degree program is flexible, allowing students to select complimentary coursework from different departments and divisions.
Develop creative problem-solving methods while mastering key principles and skills in art and design at WOU.
Take a closer look at WOU's multidisciplinary Earth Science degree, the only one in the Oregon University System.
Choose from 50+ undergraduate majors at Western including American Sign Language.
Everyone at Western wants to see your hard work pay off as a Computer Science Major.
Discover why WOU is the place to get your undergraduate degree in exercise science.
Get your degree in biology from Western and move forward with your dream to become a doctor like Joanne Mayberry.
Student-athlete Devon Alexander explains why he chose WOU to major in communication studies.
Vanessa Sandoval explains why she chose Western to major in Community Health.
College of Education graduate Denisse Gonzalez explains why an early childhood/elementary degree from WOU is the right choice.
Pursue what matters most to you. Get a degree in Criminal Justice at Western.
Learn why students choose Western to major in psychology.
Discover why Western Oregon University is the place to be for an undergraduate business degree.
High school students from the region experience the Creative Arts at WOU.
Learn more about the new WOU exercise science lab.
American Sign Language (ASL) is an academic program that focuses on the language and culture of the Deaf. (open captioned)
Clips from 3 first-year experience classes.
Live your passion. Earn an undergraduate or graduate degree in Popular Music at Western.
ED 270 is a two credit course offered each semester on Technology in Education.
Tai Chi & Karate courses are available on campus for two credits. Instructor: Warren Allen
What is FYE and how does it work? Find out more and hear what students tell us about the program.
Music composer Ninsheng Mo shares his experience as an international student in the WOU contemporary music program.
Three WOU dance instructors explain why Western is a great place for international students to study dance.
Discover why WOU's College of Education is a great place for students from Brazil, featuring ESOL and bilingual professor Maria Dantas-Whitney.
Discover why WOU's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences draws students from Brazil, featuring adjunct music instructor Wagner Trinadad.
Discover why WOU's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences draws students from Brazil. Captioned and voiced in Portuguese.
Discover why WOU's College of Education is a great place for students from Brazil. Captioned and voiced in Portuguese.
Visual Communication Design is a course of study focused on graphic design and digital art in the Art Department. The program offers three areas of concentration: Graphic Design/Video & Animation/Interactive Media
Thinking about a career in criminal justice? Learn about WOU's program from four successful graduates.
Western Oregon University now has Oregon's only undergraduate program in the field of Gerontology.
Western Oregon University has developed the state's first Gerontology Major/Minor.
WOU's Academic Excellence Showcase allows students to demonstrate their research and the campus community to experience the various creative interests of our undergraduate students.
TEFL: Teaching English as a Foreign Language. Undergraduate and post baccalaureate students can now prepare for their first international/cross-cultural English teaching position.
Find out what happens when history and honors students work together on the Century of Action website, led by WOU History Professor Kimberly Jensen.