CONSTRUCTION BEGINS IN...
TIME TO FINISH WHAT WE STARTED
Groundbreaking will immediately follow completion of the 2021 season.
Construction will continue through the 2022 season, which will be played at Reser Stadium.
Reser Stadium will be finished in the summer of 2023, in time to open a completed stadium for the football season.
COMPLETING RESER INSIDER
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The project will transform Oregon State University’s Reser Stadium into a national best-in-class football facility with year-round programs and facilities for all OSU students, faculty and staff.
STUDENT WELCOME CENTER
The state-of-the-art student welcome center will serve as the first on-campus point of connection to welcome prospective new students and their families to OSU. The center will be located within the southwest corner of the stadium.
An approximate 35,000-square-foot wellness facility will be located on the southeastern corner of Reser Stadium. The university is exploring the possibility of a partnership with a private company to provide wellness services to OSU employees and community members.
By completing Reser now we ensure the long-term financial sustainability for the OSU Athletics Department and all student-athletes. Increased revenue will provide financial stability throughout OSU Athletics where 70% of the revenues required to operate 17 women and men’s varsity sports are generated from football and Reser Stadium activities.
Scott BarnesOregon State V.P., Director of Athletics
This is a game changer for our football program. We want to show our recruits that Reser Stadium is intertwined within our community and campus every day of the year. As we bring families and recruits to campus, they will see the construction of the stadium and see the momentum of this program.
Jonathan SmithHead Football Coach
OSU RECEIVES $50 MILLION LEAD GIFT TO COMPLETE RESER STADIUM, ENABLE YEAR-ROUND UNIVERSITY PROGRAMS
CORVALLIS, Ore. – An anonymous donor has made a historic $50 million lead gift to transform Oregon State University’s Reser Stadium into a national best-in-class football facility with year-round programs and facilities for all OSU students, faculty and staff.
The $153 million project, which will fully renovate the stadium’s west side, received approval by the OSU Board of Trustees Finance and Administration Committee on Jan. 28 to enter into the design phase. Plans call for final approval of the project to be considered by the board of trustees at its May meeting.