CORVALLIS, Ore. – Oregon State University enrolled a record number of students, including increases in students of color and veterans, for fall term 2019. This growth has been fueled by increases in students attending the university’s nationally ranked online Ecampus program and OSU-Cascades in Bend. Oregon State’s fall term 2019 enrollment of 32,774 students is up 763 students over last year, making OSU the largest university in the state for the sixth consecutive year. Oregon State continues to be a school of choice among Oregon residents with 13,605 students, or 71.4%, of the Corvallis campus degree-seeking undergraduate enrollment coming from the state. That includes students from all 36 Oregon counties. At OSU-Cascades, 1,117 students, representing 85.3% of enrollment, were Oregon residents. Enrollment at OSU’s Corvallis campus totals 24,203 students. That represents 87 fewer students or less than a half-percent decrease from fall 2018 compared with a decrease of 1.8% from 2017 to 2018. Meanwhile, OSU enrolled 7,467 students solely in Ecampus, an increase of 902 students or 13.7% over last year. Additionally, 1,311 students enrolled at OSU-Cascades, a 4.1% increase over last year.