54 kW

OSU’s Beth Ray Center for Academic Support, which opened in 2012, houses programs that help OSU students achieve their full potential—student-athletes as well as the general student population. The Center includes academic support and counseling services, proactive services to help students transition from high school to college-level learning, and other programs.

This collaboration between OSU, Oregon Clean Power Co-op and the Corvallis Sustainability Coalition will put 54 kW of solar on the building’s roof.

Beth Ray Center Investment Summary

Beth Ray Center Offering Memorandum

How To Invest

OSU's Beth Ray Center for Academic Support solar project