The College of Forestry was founded over 100 years ago with a graduating class of four students. It has since expanded into currently enrolling about 950 students, both graduate and undergraduate. Oregon State University’s College of Forestry is a well-known program outside of the state and has garnered top honors for its efforts. In 2006, an aggregate of markers led to Oregon State University’s College of Forestry to be tabbed the best in the North America.
The College of Forestry is home to eight majors. This includes the seven majors available at the main Corvallis campus, the distance Natural Resources option through E-Campus, as well as overseeing the Tourism and Outdoor Leadership program based in Bend, Oregon. From the College of Forestry, our students can go on to thrive in a variety of careers such as forest management, logging, public affairs, sustainability, engineering, ecotourism, and human resources, among a host of other options.