Owl together for Student Success!
Students like Rowan Parker, a junior in the Software Engineer Technology program, are spreading their wings and expanding their reach through hands on projects, enriching classes, and exciting internships.
Others like Mark French, a senior in the Mechanical Engineering program and scholar athlete, are exceeding expectations while reaching new milestones!
Exceptional academic programs.
Student and Faculty cross discipline projects, like the Air Quality Impact on Hospital Burden project, are having a positive impact on our communities now.
Oregon Tech's mission to prepare students for rewarding health, engineering, business, technology, and applied arts and sciences careers is unwavering. In the midst of a global pandemic and unprecedented wildfires, the need for our graduates is even more evident. In the spirit of championing student success this #GivingTuesday we're inviting you to generate a wave of generosity and community engagement felt throughout the University and beyond.
#GivingTuesday is an opportunity for Owls everywhere to stand together in unity while using your individual power to remain connected while demonstrating our commitment to student success. Thank you and Go Owls!
"We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give." ~Winston Churchill
Participation is easy! Below are some ways that you can participate in #Giving Tuesday:
GIVE - Support your passion and make a donation all-day November 30, 2021 when the event is live for 24 hours!
CARE - Spread kindness and generosity through action.
SHARE - Post pictures, share links, and spread the #GivingTuesday message with alumni, friends, and family via email and on all of your social networks.
Give online or via text message on November 30, 2021. You can also mail in a check donation, clearly marked "GivingTuesday" to the Oregon Tech Foundation at 3201 Campus Drive, Klamath Falls, OR 97601.
Check back for more details as we get closer to #GivingTuesday!
If you would like to talk to someone today, please contact: Mira Wonderwheel, Director of Development, (541) 851-5679 or Mira.Wonderwheel@oit.edu
You can support the people, programs, and projects at Oregon Tech that YOU are passionate about.
Some examples include specific scholarship funds, the Bird Feeder (student food pantry), athletic teams, capital projects like the Bringing Home the Gold campaign to renovate the track and field facilities or the Boivin Hall Renovation, academic programs like the new Doctor of Physical Therapy program, or your favorite student club or another initiative.