Oregon state tree

The university’s roots date back to 1856, when it was originally founded as a primary and preparatory community school – known as Corvallis Academy. The first teacher and principal at the school was John Wesley Johnson, a famous figure in Oregon higher education. Johnson received his secondary education in Corvallis before working at the newly opened academy. He later attended Yale University and was instrumental in developing other Oregon colleges. Within a decade, college level coursework was added to the acadamy’s curriculum, making it the first college in the region and a magnet for Oregon’s young adults seeking a profession. The university’s name changed a total of eleven times – eight of those changes occurring in the 1800s. Like many of today’s land-grant colleges and universities, name changes were common during this period and helped schools better align themselves with some of the largest available grants in agricultural research.

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