Orange Media Network

Orange Media Network oversees a multitude of student media channels, including KBVR FM, KBVR TV, the Barometer, Prism Magazine and Beaver's Digest. Students have the opportunity to gain technical skills — such as writing, editing, photography, graphic design and video production — while also cultivating transferable skills like time management and leadership.  

541-737-6323
Corvallis

Emerging Leaders Course

Emerging Leaders is an interactive course that provides an introduction to leadership theory and practice. Explore personal communication styles, values, talents, strengths and leadership identity. Build a foundation for group development, collaboration and communication. Become a more effective leader and community member!

Corvallis

Advisors are here to support you on your academic path. They are partners as you make important educational decisions, they can help you find service learning and other experiential learning opportunities, and they work to ensure you are meeting program and university graduation requirements. 

Corvallis

Student ambassadors from different areas of study serve as representatives of academic majors at college events. In their roles, they may support retention, act as peer advisors or attend conferences. Use this directory to connect with academic ambassador programs at Oregon State University.

Corvallis

The Academic Success Center (ASC) provides support and services to help all students achieve their academic goals. ASC programs help students develop learning strategies and time management skills to excel in their coursework and stay on track to graduate.

541-737-2272
Corvallis

The Adventure Leadership Institute helps students develop leadership skills through a variety of outdoor activities, such as excursions and the Challenge Course. Students have the opportunity to lead activities, helping them develop as individuals and leaders simultaneously.

541-737-4254
Corvallis

Students who love the outdoors and adventure are encouraged to take advantage of this community — build leadership skills while participating in adventure trips, skills workshops and more. 

541-737-4771
Corvallis
Center for Civic Engagement

Alternative Break trips are centered on creating transformative, experiential learning experiences for students through regional, reciprocal campus-community partnerships. Through these trips, students develop the capacity to lead social change and immerse themselves in a community to learn its historical, sociological, cultural and/or political background.  

541-737-3041
Multi Campus

The ASOSU student advocate provides mentoring, professional development and strategic advice to the ASOSU executive, legislative and judicial branches. The advocate coordinates the ASOSU Internship Program, which includes coursework designed to advance student government leadership by familiarizing students with community organizing, movement-building, political identity development and tactics for addressing issues facing students. 

541-737-8237
Corvallis

We believe a better campus, a better community, a better experience happens when we come together. You are a student. You have a voice. Make it known — apply to be on a committee or to volunteer, register for an ASOSU internship or attend one of our events. We also have resources to help students navigate their educational experience. 

541-737-2101
Corvallis

Beavers Give a Dam is an interactive bystander program to prevent sexual violence. This skill building workshop offered by the Alcohol, Drug and Violence Prevention Center is customizable for different communities and aims to increase participants' motivation and confidence to intervene.

Corvallis

Happiness and the pursuit there of are a constant source of conversation and intrigue. This short course available in Canvas uses theories within positive psychology, flourishing and mindfulness literature. There are four modules, focusing on mental health and well-being; purposeful or career well-being; mindset and personal strengths; and mindfulness meditation. 

Multi Campus, Ecampus

The Career Development Center works to empower, support and nurture OSU students in their exploration and pursuit of lifelong career success and meaningful employment.

541-737-4085
Corvallis

The Center for Civic Engagement facilitates community-based learning experiences to build community, enhance students' leadership skills and inspire positive change.

541-737-3041
Corvallis

The Center for Fraternity & Sorority Life aims to empower the OSU Greek community to strive for individual and organizational excellence. Services include advocating for the interests of the Greek community; supporting community development around multiculutral competence; advising governing councils and chapters; and leading development programs.

541-737-5432
Corvallis

The Center for Civic Engagement maintains a regularly updated database of civic engagement opportunities that is searchable by areas of interest and other criteria. Interested in animal welfare, youth development, economic justice or other types of social change? Find ways to engage with our community now!

541-737-3041
Corvallis
University Housing and Dining Services

The award-winning Community Relations Facilitator program in UHDS promotes inclusive and welcoming communities in the residence halls, cooperative houses and dining facilities through workshops and programs. Facilitators are peer educators who work with student staff and student leaders.

 

541-737-4771
Corvallis

Committed to improving students’ lives through counseling, resources for managing stress and improving self-esteem, and mindfulness practices, Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) is here to help you flourish at OSU. CAPS provides individual, couple and group counseling for OSU students, as well as outreach and education to OSU and the surrounding communities.

541-737-2131
Corvallis

Group therapy provides a safe and confidential place to share and explore. This form of therapy empowers group members to give and receive feedback and support as they experiment with new ways of being. Some groups are population and/or issue specific, while other groups consist of skill building and experiential learning.

541-737-2131
Corvallis

Difference, Power and Discrimination courses engage students in the intellectual examination of the complex structures, systems and ideologies that sustain discrimination and the unequal distribution of power and resources in society.

541-737-2824
Corvallis

Diversity & Cultural Engagement (DCE) brings students together for out-of-classroom experiences that build bridges to community and support your ability to change the world. Through our programming and cultural resource centers, DCE enriches your personal growth and development while fostering belonging. 

541-737-9030
Corvallis

There are many resources available to Ecampus students to help their success at Oregon State. Talk to an Ecampus success counselor, check out the success blog, join a student organization or take advantage of online tutoring. Explore the full range of resources at the link below.

Ecampus

Emerging Leaders is an interactive course that provides an introduction to leadership theory and practice. Explore personal communication styles, values, talents, strengths and leadership identity. Build a foundation for group development, collaboration and communication. Become a more effective leader and community member!

Corvallis

Diversity & Cultural Engagement collaborates with campus partners to offer the Examining White Identity retreat that focuses on white identity development, white privilege and oppression in both personal and institutional contexts, while introducing strategies to dismantle oppressive systems.  

541-737-9030
Corvallis

This community is for students who want to explore all of their options and potential interests at OSU. The LLC offers guidance and experiential learning opportunities to find engagement inside and outside of the classroom.

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Corvallis

Navigate your first year at Oregon State through four signature areas — participate in START and Welcome Week, live on campus, work with your academic advisor to develop your educational plan and learn about yourself and OSU in U-Engage and FYE courses.

541-737-7627
Corvallis

Expand your horizons and cross international borders while living on campus. Global Village in the International Living-Learning Center is a partnership with the College of Liberal Arts and INTO OSU that offers international-domestic student roommate opportunities and much more.

541-737-4771
Corvallis

The Honors College encourages curiosity and rewards creativity. Small, interactive classes, typically limited to 12 or 20 students, are taught by the university’s top professors. Your experience will also go beyond the classroom, with opportunities to engage in hands-on learning, research and a senior thesis project in the topic of your choice. This is one of only a handful of degree-granting honors colleges in the United States. 

541-737-6400
Corvallis

Located in West Hall, with a special wing in Sackett Hall, the Honors College community helps students succeed by providing collaborative workspaces, close proximity to Honors College offices, and a central campus living experience.

541-737-4771
Corvallis

The International Student Community Team focuses on peer-to-peer connections for international students, who come to OSU from nearly 100 countries. The team facilitates participation in community, recreational and educational activities.

Corvallis
Diversity & Cultural Engagement

The purpose of this retreat is to educate international students about identity, social justice and systems of oppression. The retreat draws on social justice education principles to help international students understand systems of oprression within the context of the United States. 

541-737-9030
Corvallis

The Involvement Lounge serves as a hub within the Student Experience Center for students to connect with resources, campus opportunities and student organizations. Staff in the Involvement Lounge provide one-on-one peer support, whether you are looking for something specific or trying to figure out where to start to get involved on campus.

541-737-6348
Corvallis

Many colleges and majors offer leadership academies or similar programming for students to develop leadership skills and increase competitiveness in the job market.

Corvallis
Diversity & Cultural Engagement

Men's Development & Engagement organizes the annual Healthy Masculinities Conference. The initiative provides opportunities to discuss gender, explore topics of masculinity in our community and engage in a process of positive gender identity development with hope of creating a safer environment for all.

541-737-9030
Corvallis
Diversity & Cultural Engagement

Multiracial Aikido is a one-day experience that — like the Racial Aikido retreat — harnesses the principles of aikido to recognize, respond and replenish. The purpose of the retreat is to increase understanding of one's multiracial identities; explore the role of physical appearance and family; and build community with other students and staff at OSU.

541-737-9030
Corvallis

Multiracial Beavers is a network for multiracial, biracial and mixed heritage students to connect, share resources and meet faculty/staff who can contribute to their academic success.

Corvallis

The Office of Equal Opportunity and Access works to promote equity, inclusion and diversity at OSU by creating a comfortable and safe community for all individuals to participate in and enjoy. The office offers trainings on a variety of equity and inclusion-related topics.

541-737-3556
Corvallis

Orange Media Network oversees a multitude of student media channels, including KBVR FM, KBVR TV, the Barometer, Prism Magazine and Beaver's Digest. Students have the opportunity to gain technical skills — such as writing, editing, photography, graphic design and video production — while also cultivating transferable skills like time management and leadership.  

541-737-6323
Corvallis

OSU LeaderShape, presented by Student Leadership & Involvement, is a six-day immersion program that promotes self-discovery and learning in a supportive environment.

Corvallis

Attendees at the OSU Leadership Conference learn, grow and expand their leadership skills and explore how to utilize their strengths more effectively to create positive change in their communities.

Corvallis

A minor in leadership will help you make the most of your personal and professional life.
Whether it's landing your dream job, volunteering in your community or accomplishing another goal. The minor is designed to provide the most beneficial educational experience possible, and it's open to every student on campus, regardless of major, department or college affiliation. With diverse coursework and experiential learning opportunities, including internships that can be incorporated into your primary degree program, the leadership minor will prepare you to take initiative and create change specific to your interests and passions.

541-737-2661
Corvallis
Student Leadership & Involvement

The OSU Program Council is a student-led, student-driven organization, which plans and produces meaningful events. We are committed to serving the Oregon State community by upholding traditions and creating inclusive programming that enhances the college experience.

541-737-6872
Corvallis

Academic advisors assist you in long and short-term academic and career planning. They provide information on curricula, educational and experiential options within your college and the university, schedule planning, and help interpret university and departmental requirements.

Cascades

The OSU-Cascades Student Success Center offers a range of free services to help students succeed, including academic advising, career services, international programs, wellness resources and tutoring.

Cascades
Enrollment Services

A student who is undecided on a major of study is considered an exploratory student, and part of the University Exploratory Studies Program. Whether you are a freshman trying to understand what path you should follow or a returning student changing career goals, exploring is the key to finding your major. OSU-Cascades offers the support you need to succeed.

541-322-3100
Cascades

Peer Leadership Consultants are student staff members who support classmates and the OSU community with organizational and leadership development. The PLCs are available to facilitate leadership and group development workshops, assist with leadership development events and consult with individuals and teams about how to be more effective. 

Corvallis

The PROMISE program is a paid internship that partners with government agencies and university programs to provide pathways to professional careers for historically underrepresented undergraduate students.. Historically underrepresented students may include, but are not limited to, first-generation students, low-income students, LGBTQ+ students, students of color, students with disabilities, veteran students and transfer students. 

541-737-7298
Multi Campus

The Racial Aikido retreat seeks to empower students of color at predominantly white insititutions (PWIs) using the principles of aikido to recognize, respond and replenish. Racial Aikido promotes tools for people of color to maintain a positive self-image and be able to respond to overt and covert racism.

541-737-9030
Corvallis

The Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) are a group of college-based officer training programs for training commissioned officers of the United States Armed Forces. Under ROTC, a student may receive a competitive, merit-based scholarship, covering all or part of college tuition, in return for an obligation of active military service after graduation. Students who would like to live with other ROTC students, who keep the same rigorous ROTC schedule, are welcome to join the community in Finley Hall on the 7th floor.

541-737-4771
Corvallis

SOL is a student-fee funded organization that focuses on Queer/Trans People of Color (QTPOC) while putting on events and programming for individuals to embrace their full selves without compromising a piece of themselves in the process. SOL is who you fully are. Looking at all of your identities and acknowledging they all matter at the same time. While we recognize the intersection of all identities we focus particularly on the intersection of race/ethnicity, sexuality and gender. Students find support through educational programming, student advocacy and ally building. 

541-737-9161
Corvallis

Explore spiritual development and intersections with values, identity and purpose.

Corvallis

Student Leadership & Involvement adminsters this national survey to determine your personal strengths as they apply to professional and personal development.

Corvallis

Student Alumni Ambassadors is a student organization directly associated with the Oregon State University Alumni Association. We are a group of enthusiastic students dedicated to enhancing the connection among students past, present and future. SAA members coordinate a variety of events and initiatives that integrate students and alumni across Beaver Nation, including Homecoming Week, Senior Send-Off and other programs. Pursue your interests in event planning, public relations, program development, leadership experience or professional networking with us.

541-737-2351 / 877-678-2837
Corvallis

There are hundreds of student clubs and organizations at Oregon State. Find a club to serve the community, connect with others, evaluate your values or explore your identity.

Corvallis

Through our many programs, Student Leadership & Involvement helps OSU students on their path to a better self and a better world. We create meaningful and diverse opportunities for leadership and involvement that cultivate positive social change.

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Corvallis

The Supplemental Instruction (SI) program offers peer-led, group study tables for challenging courses. SI is free and available to all students registered for the course. A list of supported courses and study table times is available on the website.

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Corvallis

This Career Development Center resource provides individuals with online content and success markers to gauge their preparedness on the "career trail" and plan for life after graduation.  

Multi Campus

Transfer Student Ambassadors are hard-working undergraduate employees who welcome new transfer students and their families during the summer Transfer START program and Welcome Week. 

Corvallis

Information for undocumented students and their families.

It is the mission of the Unified Greek Council to promote unity, communication and cooperation among its member organizations and to advance the ideals of scholarship, service, and diversity throughout the greater OSU and Corvallis community.

 

541-737-5432
Corvallis

University Exploratory Studies Program (UESP) is the academic home for students who are exploring their options before deciding on a major. UESP offers a comprehensive range of services to help students make informed decisions about their academic coursework and potential majors. UESP also serves Ecampus students.

541-737-8144
Corvallis

Want to influence student health and well-being on campus? Become a peer leader through the Wellness Agents program! Wellness Agents foster healthy behaviors, student engagement and success, and inclusivity through education, environmental change and advocacy.

Corvallis