24-Hour Crisis Hotline and Services

1-800-273-8255

If you are considering suicide or feeling depressed, talk to someone. Reach out to a friend or family member, call or stop by CAPs, contact the 24-hour crisis hotline listed below or visit the ULifeline site for multiple resources.

Multi Campus

Academic Advising

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

Academic Ambassador Programs

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

Academic Coaching

541-737-2272

Reach your full potential and achieve optimal performance through academic coaching. Academic coaching is a series of conversations — focusing on time management, test preparation, stress reduction and other topics — designed to enhance your well-being and your academic performance. Coaching provides a partnership between students seeking to improve their study strategies and peer coaches who are trained to listen and ask thought-provoking questions.

Academic Success Center
Corvallis

Academic Learning Services

541-737-2272

Academic Learning Services offers 2-3 credit courses designed to help you acquire confidence and foundational skills necessary for success in the university environment. Earn credit toward graduation while engaging in active learning and reflection to help you on your path to a degree and post-graduation success.

Academic Success Center
Corvallis

Academic Success Center

541-737-2272

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.

Corvallis

Academic Success Course

541-737-2272

Academic Success (ALS 116) is a two-credit class that explores the expectations and skills involved in being academically successful at the university level. This class will enhance your time management, note taking, test preparation and critical reading abilities.

Corvallis, Ecampus

Acupuncture

541-737-7556

Acupuncture is a system of medical diagnosis and treatment which originated in ancient China. To learn about how you might use acupuncture to treat pain or other conditions, visit our website.

SHS @ Dixon
Corvallis

Advantage Accelerator/RAIN Corvallis

541-368-5205

The Oregon State University Advantage Accelerator/RAIN Corvallis assists innovators and entrepreneurs in high-growth companies from the mid-Willamette Valley and extended Oregon State University community. Student interns gain invaluable experience while working directly with these companies during all phases of the commercialization process to explore markets, develop products and obtain customers.

Corvallis

Adventure Club

541-737-4254

The Adventure Club provides a rich learning opportunity for students in the Adventure Leadership Institute to practice and apply their developing skills as leaders and facilitators of adventure pursuits. 

Corvallis

Adventure Leadership Institute

541-737-4254

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.

Adventure Living-Learning Community

541-737-4771

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. 

Corvallis

After-Hours Medical Advice Nurse Line

541-737-9355

Medical advice is available by phone 24 hours per day for OSU students eligible for care at Student Health Services. If you have medical concerns after clinic hours, you can obtain a toll-free number for a medical call center by calling 541-737-9355.

Corvallis

Alcohol, Drug & Violence Prevention Center

541-737-7564

The aim of this center, located within Student Health Services, is to create a safe and supportive learning and living environment that is free of high-risk alcohol use, other drug use and violence.

Alternative Breaks

541-737-3041

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.  

Center for Civic Engagement
Multi Campus

Asian & Pacific Cultural Center

541-737-6361

Celebrating the cultures of Asian and Pacific Island nations, the Asian & Pacific Cultural Center provides a meditation room, engagement opportunities, and space for students to mingle and experience community.

ASOSU Office of Advocacy

541-737-9200

The Office of Advocacy is a student service run by ASOSU and assists students with issues involving the university or university affiliates, such as financial aid, faculty misconduct, grade or residency appeals and more.

ASOSU Student Advocate

541-737-8237

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. 

ASOSU Student Legal Services

541-737-4165

 ASOSU Student Legal Services provides free, confidential assistance to all OSU students at the Corvallis campus on a variety of legal matters. This office provides legal advice and representation to OSU students when they have a dispute that does not pertain to the university. 

Associated Students of Oregon State University

541-737-2101

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. 

Ava's Cafe

541-737-5772

Located in the Linus PaulingScience Center, Ava's Cafe serves Stumptown coffee and a variety of lunch and breakfast items.

Beaver Bus

541-737-2583

Beaver Bus is a free campus shuttle service available to students. It runs four buses on three routes and offers an online tracking system to calculate the estimated time of arrival to each shuttle stop. A great idea for rainy Oregon days!

Corvallis

Beavers Give a Dam

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

Benny's Business Closet

Open to all OSU students, Benny's Business Closet offers affordable professional attire for sale for all occassions. Benny's Business Closet is also accepting donations of gently used professional attire. Contact us for hours and other information. 

College of Business
Corvallis

Beth Ray Center for Academic Support

541-737-2272

The Beth Ray Center for Academic Support is home to academic success programming, general purpose classrooms, a computer lab, open study areas and study rooms. Check the website for hours and facility information.

Beyond Happiness: Flourishing

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

Bias Incident Report Form

541-737-1063

Have you experienced or witnessed an incident of bias at Oregon State? In the university's ongoing efforts to create a safe and inclusive environment for all students, the Office of Institutional Diversity collaborates with campus partners to respond to incidents of bias. This team takes seriously all reports of bias and depending on the circumstances may follow up with campus safety, referrals to university resources, or community outreach. Use this form to report discrimination, bullying or other incidents of bias; reports may be made anonymously. 

Multi Campus

Bike, Ski & Snowboard Shop

541-737-4254

The Bike, Ski & Snowboard Shop is a great place on campus for equipment rentals and bike repair services, conveniently located by the Adventure Leadership Institute in Dixon Recreation Center.

Adventure Leadership Institute
Corvallis

Bing's Cafe

541-737-4771

Bing's Cafe serves Starbucks coffee and is well known for its calzinis and freshly made bagel sandwiches.

Building Accessibility Complaint Form

541-737-4098

Individuals may utilize this online form to file a complaint through Disability Access Services about an access concern with regards to an OSU building. 

Multi Campus

Business Living-Learning Community

541-737-4771

Students who live within the Business LLC — in Weatherford or Poling Halls — have access to College of Business resources and are immersed in an environment that promotes student success and collaboration. 

Corvallis

Campus Dining Locations

541-737-4771

Choose from a variety of dining locations across the Corvallis campus to meet your healthy eating goals.

Corvallis

Campus Resources Map

This interactive map is a tool to help you navigate OSU. Find water bottle filling stations, gender inclusive restrooms, childcare facilities and other resources.

Corvallis

Career Decision Making Course

541-737-8144

Career Decision Making (ALS 114) is a two-credit course designed to help students gain a better understanding of their interests, values and abilities as they relate to the world of work. Instructors provide guided career exploration in a classroom setting. Students explore educational, extra-curricular and career possibilities to comprehend their major and career decision-making processes.

University Exploratory Studies Program
Corvallis, Ecampus

Career Development Center

541-737-4085

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

Career Development Toolkit

Download this online kit, provided by the Career Development Center, to discover how you can best develop and present yourself in the professional world.

Multi Campus

Career Exploration Resources

The Career Exploration Resources site, run by the Career Development Center, has tips on starting the job search process, interviewing and developing professionally. Be prepared to start a career in your desired field!

Corvallis

Cascadia Deli and Market

541-737-4771

Cascadia Market is a great place to get fresh and healthy fruits and vegetables on campus, some even grown by our students! Pick up a sandwich or quick snack from the deli in between classes.

Center for Applied Systems and Software

541-737-2060

Looking for a software development, DevOps or testing internship right here on campus? The Center for Applied Systems and Software (CASS) provides students the opportunity and guidance to work with real-world clients and to see projects from start to finish. CASS is made of three units — the Open Source Lab, Software Development Group and Test and IoT Lab. ​

Center for Civic Engagement

541-737-3041

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

Center for Fraternity & Sorority Life

541-737-5432

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.

Centro Cultural César Chávez

541-737-3790

Celebrating Chicano/Latino/Hispanic cultures, Centro Cultural César Chávez has an event space, areas for students to study, and a comfortable learning atmosphere.

Corvallis

Challenge Course

The OSU Challenge Course provides groups with a variety of transformative team building exercises. Focused around recreational, educational and developmental themes, groups have fun while working together.

Corvallis

Chiropractic

541-737-7556

Chiropractic is a health care profession that focuses on disorders of the musculoskeletal system and the nervous system, and the effects of these disorders on general health. Chiropractic care is used most often to treat neuro-musculoskeletal complaints, including but not limited to back pain, neck pain, pain in the joints of the arms or legs, and headaches.

SHS @ Dixon
Corvallis

Civic Engagement and Service Database

541-737-3041

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!

Corvallis

Climate Neutral 2025

In 2007, President Ed Ray commited to make OSU a carbon neutral institution by 2025. The Student Sustainability Initiative partners with organizations in the community to promote this mission through various programs.

Corvallis

Climbing Centers

The climbing centers offer something fun for all levels of experience. There are two centers managed through Recreational Sports: one located inside the east entry of Dixon Recreational Center and the other inside McAlexander Fieldhouse. 

Corvallis

Clubs & Organizations

Student Leadership & Involvement oversees approximately 400 clubs and organizations each year. Find one that fits with your passion! There are lots of options to explore — from cultural organizations to clubs focusing on environmental, health or other social issues. Clubs enhance knowledge, help you develop transferable skills and complement classroom learning. Learn leadership, organizational development, team building and communication skills.

Corvallis

Collaborative Learning Center

541-737–3331

The Collaborative Learning Center has a variety of services to help support your studies. During scheduled hours, you'll find peer tutors and GTAs from the College of Science and the Writing Center.

Corvallis

College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP)

541-737-2389

The College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) is a federally-funded program designed to support students whose background includes migrant/seasonal agricultural work. The program provides financial and academic support to first-year students with the goal of preparing them for further success in college. CAMP works with faculty, student services and community-based agencies to improve educational opportunities.

Corvallis

College of Business Career Success Center

541-737-8957

The College of Business Career Success Center connects business students with the resources they need to succeed in today's job market.

Corvallis

Collegiate Recovery Community

541-737-9355

Students who are working toward recovery from addiction can find care and comfort in this peer support group.

Corvallis

Community & Cultural Foods Program

The Community & Cultural Foods Program partners with students to enhance campus programming and provide food for cultural sharing, learning and community building. Annually thousands of meals are served, hundreds of students and community members volunteer and hundreds of individuals gain new insight on food use and production.

Student Leadership & Involvement
Corvallis

Community Relations Facilitators

541-737-4771

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.

 

University Housing and Dining Services
Corvallis

Computer Labs

There are several locations on campus that offer computer services to students for general use such as Milne, Peavy and others.

Corvallis

Corvallis Living Guide

Corvallis Living Guide is a resource for you to learn about tenant rights, responsibilities and resources. After reading through the guide, you can take a short quiz and receive a reduction in your security deposit if you rent from one of our participating property managers!

Corvallis

Corvallis Transit Service

The Corvallis Transit Service offers free fare for all riders on all bus routes and is an easy and eco-friendly method to get around town!

Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS)

541-737-2131

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.

Corvallis

Counseling & Psychological Services | Couples Counseling

541-737-2131

In couples counseling you can explore issues with a your roommate, friend or partner. The aim is to help those in a relationship to deal with their problems and learn better ways to relate to one another. Counseling can address repetitive arguments, feelings of distance or emptiness in the relationship, pervasive feelings of anger and other issues.

Corvallis

Counseling & Psychological Services | Group Counseling

541-737-2131

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.

Corvallis

Counseling & Psychological Services | Individual Counseling

541-737-2131

Individual counseling provides you with the opportunity to work one-on-one with a counselor. The counselor can assist you in helping to understand yourself and the world around you. A counselor may help you resolve an issue, recover from an upsetting or traumatic experience, examine relationships with others, address learning difficulties or explore thoughts, feelings and behaviors.

Corvallis

Craft Center

541-737-5819

The Craft Center supports and promotes a creative outlet of expression for students and other members of the university community by providing a dynamic environment, resources and arts programs in which people can foster their own creativity.

Cultural Ambassador Conversant Program

541-737-3006

Broaden your horizons by engaging in INTO OSU's cultural exchange program. This term-long program gives domestic students and international students the chance to connect and learn about each other's cultures. Applications due by the end of week one of each term.

Corvallis

Cultural Nights

541-737-0760

Cultural nights are an opportunity for students to learn about cultures across the globe. Events often include food, music and entertainment. 

Cycling at OSU

Here you'll find helpful tips about navigating campus and the Corvallis community via bicycle, as well as safety tips and directions to register your bike through the Department of Public Safety.

Corvallis

Daytime Medical Advice Nurse Line

541-737-2724

Medical advice is available by phone 24 hours per day for OSU students eligible for care at Student Health Services. During clinic hours, the advice line is staffed by a registered nurse. Call 541-737-2724.

Corvallis

Department of Public Safety Services | Emergencies

541-737-7000 (emergencies)

OSU's public safety works to keep our campus a safe space, providing emergency and non-emergency services. Listed below is the phone number for campus emergencies. For campus non-emergencies, contact 541-737-3010.

Corvallis

Department of Public Safety Services | Non-Emergencies

541-737-3010 (non-emergency)

OSU's public safety works to keep our campus a safe space, providing building access, personal safety escorts, after-hour vehicle assistance, bicycle registration and more.
Listed below is the phone number for campus non-emergencies. For campus emergencies, contact 541-737-7000.

Corvallis

Difference, Power and Discrimination Program

541-737-2824

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.

Corvallis

Disability Access Services

541-737-4098

Disability Access Services facilitates access to university programs and services for students with disabilities through accommodations, education, consultation and advocacy. DAS provides support to all Oregon State University students, including on- and off-campus students and students at OSU-Cascades.

Multi Campus, Ecampus

Disability Accommodation Requests

541-737-4098

Follow these resources to request accomodations related to disability (both temporary and permanent) for housing and academics at Oregon State University.

Multi Campus

Diversity & Cultural Engagement

541-737-9030

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. 

Dixon Cafe

541-737-6390

Dixon Cafe has a wide range of healthy options including smoothies and wraps to satisfy your hunger and load you up on nutrients.

Dixon Recreation Center
Corvallis

Dixon Recreation Center

541-737-3748

Dixon Recreation Center is a state-of-the-art exercise facility with cardio rooms, weight-lifting areas, raquetball and squash courts, basketball courts, an Olympic-sized lap pool, and more.

Do One Thing

Do One Thing (DOT) is a social movement to create a better world through collective action. It may seem that one DOT stands alone, but working together we can create significant social gain.

Corvallis

e.Cafe

541-737-3223

Located in the Kelley Engineering Center, e.Cafe offers a wide range of dietary sensitive options like vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free items.

Ecampus | Career Services

OSU's Career Development Center provides valuable resources to help you find lifelong career success and meaningful employment in a diverse world. Take a look at the career resources that you can access no matter where you live.

Ecampus

Ecampus | Library Services

The OSU Libraries offer valuable research materials and services for students who take Ecampus courses online.

Ecampus

Ecampus | Online tutoring

You can connect to live tutors from any computer that has internet. Access a virtual whiteboard that allows tutors and students to work on problems in a real time environment. You can also visit an online writing lab where tutors critique and return essays within 48 hours.

Ecampus

Ecampus | Student Success Services

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

Economics Tutoring

Free tutoring is available for undergraduate students in lower-division, core economics courses.

Corvallis

Educational Opportunities Program (EOP)

541-737-3628

The Educational Opportunities Program provides a welcoming environment that supports the full development of the personal and academic potential of students who have traditionally been denied equal access to higher education. EOP services include a summer bridge program, tutoring services in the cultural resource centers and assistance through the admissions process and locating financial resources.

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

Engineering Living-Learning Community

541-737-4771

You won't have to look far for a study partner in this community, which offers in-hall tutoring for science and math courses, extra support from College of Engineering faculty, and comradery with other students also interested in engineering programs at OSU.

Corvallis

Ethnic Studies

541-737-0709

Students in the Ethnic Studies program engage in a critical, multidisciplinary investigation of the intersections of race, gender, ethnicity and sexuality. They focus on the articulated concerns of four racialized ethnic groups in the United States — Native Americans, African Americans, Asian Americans and Chicanos/Latin@s. Check out the library resources related to these studies.

Corvallis

Ettihad Cultural Center

(541) 737–1052

Representing ethnicities accross central and southwestern Asia and northern Africa, the Ettihad Cultural Center works to provide a place for students to learn more about these cultures while also providing a relaxing area to mingle and study.

Examining White Identity

541-737-9030

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.  

Corvallis

EXPLORE Living-Learning Community

541-737-4771

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.

Corvallis

Family Resource Center

541-737-4906

Family Resource Center is here to support families at the OSU Corvallis campus. We offer many online resources including information on child care subsidies, breastfeeding/lactation rooms and upcoming events.

Financial Aid and Scholarships

541-737-2241

The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships is here to assist making your dreams of a quality education come true.

First-Year Experience

541-737-7627

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.

Corvallis

Flourishing @ OSU Lecture Series

The Flourishing @ OSU lecture series was created to cultivate a culture of flourishing in the OSU community. OSU and community partners provide open lectures that explore this concept through the unique lens of their work. Past Flourishing @ OSU lecture videos are available online.

Corvallis

Food @ OSU Hours

Check out the hours for dining locations on the Corvallis campus.

Corvallis

Forestry International Programs

541-737-6458

College of Forestry International Programs provides opportunities for students to engage in for-credit international faculty-led programs, internships, research, exchange and study abroad programs. 

Corvallis

Global Activity Database

The database is an online, searchable tool that connects students with faculty based on their international expertise and research interests. Interested in Chinese art? Or German history? Or public health in South America? Search this database to find an OSU faculty member with expertise in these areas.

Multi Campus

Global Community Kitchen

The Global Community Kitchen enhances campus programming by partnering with students to utilize food for cultural sharing, learning and community building. The program provides advising, resources and support in the planning, development and serving of food as the focus or a component of programming.

Corvallis

Global Diversity Initiatives

541-737-6342

We serve as a bridge between various academic and administrative units on the Oregon State campus that support international students. We look for ways to cultivate a culturally competent, globally knowledgeable, inclusive and socially responsible student body.

Diversity & Cultural Engagement
Corvallis

Global Village Living-Learning Community

541-737-4771

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.

Graduate Writing Center

541-737-5640

The Graduate Writing Center offers a supportive environment to discuss and practice all types of graduate-level writing. From coursework to your thesis or dissertation, our highly trained assistants can help you navigate and decode the complex expectations of graduate writing. To schedule an appointment, contact the Writing Center or fill out our appointment request form.

Corvallis

Growing Food Security

541-737-3172

An initiative of the Student Sustainability Initiative, Growing Food Security gives students the opportunity to learn about and engage in community efforts focused on food justice. The initiative encompasses garden workparties, cooking workshops and permaculture gardens.

Corvallis

Handshake

Handshake is your online tool for off-campus jobs, also available to Ecampus students. Access excellent resources and details on employers and industries from this modern, mobile-first platform that is networked with thousands of employers across the country.

Corvallis, Ecampus

Hatfield Marine Science Center Internships

The Hatfield Marine Science Center offers a variety of student internships. Potential research areas include collection and analysis of fish, marine predator/prey studies, physical oceanography and science education.

Hatfield

Hatfield Marine Science Center | Tsunami Preparedness

541-867-0100

Review the HMSC evacuation plan and other resources to help prepare for a tsunami.

Hatfield

Health & Well-Being Living-Learning Community

541-737-4771

Students who are interested in pursuing a career in healthcare, or are interested in the intersections between science and health, can find learning experiences and like-minded students in this community.

Corvallis

Health Promotion

541-737-2775

The Health Promotion department in SHS provides wellness resources and prevention workshops exploring sexual health, nutrition, physical activity, stress and body image.

Student Health Services
Corvallis

Honors College

541-737-6400

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. 

Honors College Living-Learning Community

541-737-4771

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.

Corvallis

HSRC Food Pantry

541-737-3747

The Human Services Resource Center hosts a food pantry twice a month where students and community members can obtain a box of food. Recipients are invited to come back whenever they need to and get more produce if it is available.

Human Services Resource Center
Corvallis

Human Services Resource Center

541-737-3747

The Human Services Resource Center works to bridge students and resource agencies that help with food security. A food pantry, health insurance subsidies, emergency housing and MealBux, a supplemental meal plan for students in financial need, are all available to students through the HSRC.

HUT Portland Airport Shuttle

541-926-2525

Ride to the Portland Airport on the HUT Shuttle that leaves directly from campus every two hours and ends at PDX. Free Wifi available.

Corvallis

ID Center

541-737-2493

The OSU ID functions as a meal, library and residence hall access card. Come to the ID Center to get your card.

Corvallis

Information on Recent Federal Actions

541-737-1063

Oregon State University is committed to keeping students informed of potential impacts of various developments occurring in the federal government. OSU leaders are closely monitoring actions on travel, immigration, research and other topics that could affect our community members.

Corvallis

Institutional Diversity

(541) 737-1063

The Office of Institutional Diversity oversees institutional change actions, initiatives and communications to advance diversity, equity and inclusion throughout all facets of Oregon State University.

International Student Community Team

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.

International Student Retreat

541-737-9030

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. 

Diversity & Cultural Engagement
Corvallis

INTO OSU

541-737-2464

INTO OSU provides international students with learning experiences and services that promote academic, professional and personal success, including academic preparation and English language training.

Involvement Lounge

541-737-6348

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.

Java II

541-737-0527

Serving Portland Roasting Coffee and Choice Teas, with plenty of snacks and grab-and-go foods, Java II is there to get you through lengthy study sessions. Conveniently located in the Valley Library, come down for a break or just to get good coffee!

Leadership Academies

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

Corvallis

Learning Corner

The Learning Corner is the Academic Success Center’s online resource that provides strategies and tips to help you maximize your learning and success. It also includes the science to support why these strategies and tips work.

Multi Campus, Ecampus

Learning Corner's Strategy Quiz

Part of the Academic Success Center, the Learning Corner's Strategy Quiz is an quick and easy online resource to help students refine their needs and gain access to resources for academic and personal success.

Multi Campus

Linn-Benton Loop Bus

541-917-7667

Free for OSU and LBCC students, the Linn-Benton Loop is a great alternative to driving to class at Linn-Benton Community College and offers direct pick-up and drop-off to and from each campus.

Corvallis

Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center

541-737-4372

The Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center celebrates African and African-American culture in our community and beyond while also providing study areas, academic support, and cultural engagement opportunities.

Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP)

541-737-0009

The LSAMP program at Oregon State University, funded by the National Science Foundation, is dedicated to increasing the number of traditionally underrepresented students successfully completing science, technology, engineering and mathematics baccalaureate degree programs. LSAMP also works to increase the number of students interested in and qualified for undergraduate research in graduate level studies.

Corvallis

Marketplace West Dining

541-737-4771

The main dining hall for the west side of campus includes Calabaloo's, Ring of Fire and other restaurants.

Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration

541-737-1063

Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration events — including the Annual Peace Breakfast — provide opportunities to reflect on the life and legacy of Dr. King in celebration and service.

Office of Institutional Diversity
Corvallis

Massage Therapy

541-737-7556

Massage therapy is an age-old health practice that has become part of many OSU students' health and fitness routine. At SHS, massage therapists are highly qualified, well-trained, experienced licensed professionals. Therapists may combine several different massage styles including Swedish, deep tissue and pressure points.

SHS @ Dixon
Corvallis

Math Learning Center

541-737-4946

The Math Learning Center offers free, drop-in tutoring and resources such as textbooks, solution manuals, graphing calculators and a computer classroom.

Corvallis

McAlexander Fieldhouse

541-737-0932

Located on the east side of campus, McAlexander Fieldhouse has indoor turf fields, hardwood courts and a rock climbing wall.

McNary Dining

541-737-4771

McNary Dining offers vegan and vegetarian, gluten-free, Halal and Make Cents options from numerous establishments, including Calabaloo's and Boardwalk Cafe.

Meditation Room

This space is inclusive for people of all religious and cultural backgrounds. The meditation room provides a quiet, intentional space for individuals to connect with their spirituality while on campus. No shoes, electronics or food/drink is allowed into the space — cubbies outside are provided to store footwear.

Memorial Union Dining

Restaurants located in the Memorial Union include Panda Express, Joe's Burgers, Togo's, NorthPorch, Bites, Pangea Café and JavaStop.

Corvallis

Men's Development & Engagement

541-737-9030

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.

Diversity & Cultural Engagement
Corvallis

Mental Fitness Movement

The Mental Fitness Movement is an online challenge that encourages the practice and adoption of healthy behaviors that promote mental well-being. Participants are presented with weekly challenge topics and activities and have the opportunity to win prizes.

Multi Campus

Military & Veteran Resources

541-737-7662

The office of Military & Veteran Resources connects current and former military personnel to OSU services.

Corvallis

Mind Spa

541-737-2131

The Mind Spa at Counseling and Psychological Services is a unique sanctuary where you can soothe your mind, body and spirit. Relax and unkink that stubborn muscle in the massage chair, center yourself in the meditation corner, use our guided relaxation software to find calmness or sit by the therapy light on a rainy day. There is no paperwork and no charge to book the space for up to one hour.

Counseling and Psychological Services
Corvallis

Mindful Living-Learning Community

541-737-4771

Students seeking balance and meaning can find a community of like-minded individuals in the Mindfulness Living-Learning Community, located in McNary Hall. Students in the community develop a personal practice of mindfulness and grow in relationships with others through experiences that cultivate compassion, empathy and empowerment.

Corvallis

MoleHole

541-737-2081

The MoleHole is the general chemistry tutorial room. Get help on your toughest chemistry questions.

Collaborative Learning Center
Corvallis

Money Management Resources

Check out these financial literacy tips and other resources to help you learn how to manage money effectively.

Corvallis

MU Basement

541-737-2383

The MU Basement is an 8,500 sq. ft. recreation facility located beneath the Commons in the Memorial Union. Among its attractions are bowling, billiards, darts, shuffleboard, video games and the Beaver Den with a 58" big screen TV.

Memorial Union
Corvallis

Multiracial Aikido

541-737-9030

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.

Diversity & Cultural Engagement
Corvallis

Multiracial Beavers

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

Multiracial Student Connections

Multiracial Student Connections is an outreach support group to connect with fellow students who identify as biracial, multiracial, multi ethnic or who grew up in a transracial family. This group provides a safe space to share experiences, explore identities and build community.

Corvallis

Native American Longhouse Eena Haws

541-737-2738

The Native American Longhouse Eena Haws, featuring a meditation room and symbolic totem pole, is a hospitable environment and a source of support honoring the cultures of the first people of this land.

Corvallis

Newport Loop Bus Schedule

Find your way to the Marine Hatfield Science Center!

Hatfield

Newport Points of Interest

Hatfield Marine Science Center students can find lots to do in Newport — watch a movie, attend a performance, visit the Newport Visual Arts Center or go to the coast.

Hatfield

Nutrition Resources

Find on-campus and off-campus resources to help you make nutritious eating choices.

Corvallis

Office of Equal Opportunity and Access

541-737-3556

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.

Office of Global Opportunities (OSU GO)

541-737-3006

The OSU Office of Global Opportunities (OSU GO) advises students on study abroad, international internships and global research. Learn how to take your education abroad!

Office of International Services

541-737-6310

This office supports international students from admissions through graduation with advising services and guidance on settling in at Oregon State. Staff are available to help you with questions and locate other services on campus, as needed.

Office of the Registrar

541-737-4331

The Office of the Registrar assists with transcripts, notarizing, registration, graduation procedures and more.

Online Writing Lab

Want help with a writing project? We provide Skype and written consultations for all OSU students. The OWL is open from week two of each term until the beginning of finals week.

Multi Campus, Ecampus

Orange Media Network

541-737-6323

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.  

Oregon Multicultural Archives

541-737-3653

The Oregon Multicultural Archives helps preserve the histories and share the stories that document Oregon's African American, Asian American, Latino/a and Native American communities. The diverse collections reflect how these communities have contributed to the identity of the state of Oregon. The OMA is part of the Oregon State University Special Collections and Archives Researcher Center.

Multi Campus

OSU Alerts

The OSU alert system allows public safety officials to create emergency alerts that contain a recorded voice message, an email message, and a text message. Make sure your contact info is up to date today!

Multi Campus

OSU Beaver Beginnings

541-737-4641

From infancy to the school-aged years, OSU Beaver Beginnings has your complete child care needs covered. Your child receives nurturing care and a well-rounded education with year-roundprograms.

OSU Child Development Center

541-737-2516

The OSU Child Development Center is dedicated to discovering and communicating knowledge that contributes to the optimal development and well-being of young children and their families.

Corvallis

OSU LeaderShape

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

Corvallis

OSU Leadership Conference

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

OSU Leadership Minor

541-737-2661

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.

OSU Open Source Lab

541-737-9900

The Open Source Lab is an organization working for the advancement of open source technologies.

OSU Program Council

541-737-6872

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.

Student Leadership & Involvement
Corvallis

OSU-Cascades East Transit

Cascades East Transit provides bus service to the OSU-Cascades campus and around town. Your OSU-Cascades ID card gives you free access to the Bend routes.

Cascades

OSU-Cascades | Advising

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

OSU-Cascades | Campus Diversity

OSU-Cascades sees diversity as a strength, a competitive advantage and a moral imperative. Students need to be able to address real-world challenges related to class, culture, ethnicity, gender, ability and sexual orientation. Explore this website to connect with campus resources, report a concern or find multicultural engagement opportunities.

Cascades

OSU-Cascades | Campus Safety

Find information on campus safety resources and procedures at OSU-Cascades.

Cascades

OSU-Cascades | Career Development Center

The OSU-Cascades Career Development Center empowers students to find their career path through exploration and engagement.

Cascades

OSU-Cascades | Cascades Adventures

541-322-3116

Cascades Adventures at the OSU-Cascades campus provides opportunities to participate in outdoor activities, outings, programs and workshops.

Cascades

OSU-Cascades | Childcare Subsidy

541-322-3145

The child care subsidy is available each term for current on-campus students at OSU-Cascades with children who are currently enrolled with a state-recognized child-care provider. 

OSU-Cascades Student Life
Cascades

OSU-Cascades | Computer Labs

Computer resources and printing services are available on-campus for students to use for projects, homework, research and more. 

Cascades

OSU-Cascades | Disability Services

541-383-7583

Diane Pritchard, an academic advisor at OSU-Cascades, advises students with disabilities and helps coordinate services with the Disability Access Services office at the Corvallis campus. OSU-Cascades students who need disability accommodations must register with the DAS office at the Corvallis campus.

OSU-Cascades | Financial Aid and Scholarships

Find unique information on financial aid and scholarships for OSU-Cascades students.

Cascades

OSU-Cascades | ID Cards

Your OSU-Cascades ID serves as your official identification as a member of the student body and as your transit pass (with a valid transit sticker). ID cards are printed in the Student Computer Lab. Cards can be printed Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. 

Cascades

OSU-Cascades | Job Search Resources

Access the numerous career resources available for OSU-Cascades students, including Beaver Careers - Cascades and tools to research employers across various industries. 

Cascades

OSU-Cascades | Library

541-322-2079

 At OSU-Cascades, you have access to the personal service of a small college and the resources of a large university.

Cascades

OSU-Cascades | Mental Health Screening

Mental health is a key part of your overall health. This brief screening is a quick and easy way to determine if you or someone you care about should connect with a mental health professional — a checkup from your neck up.

Cascades

OSU-Cascades | Off-Campus Housing

Find information on different types of off-campus housing options and information to help you secure housing.  

Cascades

OSU-Cascades | Parking

OSU-Cascades Transportation Services department manages parking at OSU-Cascades. 

Cascades

OSU-Cascades | Report a Concern

541-322-3132

OSU-Cascades cares about your well-being. Individuals witness to or subject to acts of abuse, discrimination, assault, harassment, bullying or bias may report their concerns. 

OSU-Cascades | Sexual Assault Services and Programs

We all share responsibility to create a campus environment where sexual violence will not be tolerated. The first step is to raise awareness and hold everyone accountable for stopping assaults, supporting victims, and creating and maintaining a culture of respect and nonviolence.Visit this page for information on response services, counseling and advocacy, and educational resources.

Cascades

OSU-Cascades | Student Success Center

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

OSU-Cascades | Student Success Center - Personal Counseling

541-322-3162

Short-term individual and group counseling by licensed professionals is free for current students. Common concerns addressed in counseling include depression and anxiety, relationship difficulties, grief and loss, academic problems, self-esteem, eating issues and stress management. For students who are considering whether they should seek counseling, free and anonymous online screening is available.

OSU-Cascades | Transportation

Find information on the various transportation options available to OSU-Cascades students, including biking, public transit, walking and carpooling.

Cascades

OSU-Cascades | Undocumented Student Resources

OSU-Cascades is committed to meeting the needs of undocumented students. Resources include Oregon Gear Up information for undocumented students and details about tuition equity and the application process. 

OSU-Cascades | University Exploratory Studies Program

541-322-3100

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.

Enrollment Services
Cascades

OSU-Cascades | Veteran Services

Find unique information and resources for veterans planning to attend OSU-Cascades.

Cascades

Our Little Village Drop-Off Child Care Center | Dixon Recreation Center

541-737-4906

Our Little Village runs a free, short-term, drop-off childcare center so that student parents can access important resources such ashttp://childcare.oregonstate.edu/olvdixon the Dixon Recreation Center.

Our Little Village Drop-Off Child Care Center | The Valley Library

541-737-8122

Student parents need convenient and flexible care for their children, which is why Our Little Village runs a free, short-term, drop-off child care center so that student parents can access the Valley Library.

Outdoor Equipment Rental / Adventure Leadership Institute

541-737-4254

Don't have any recreational equipment? Check some out at through the equipment issue desk and return it when you're done!

Dixon Recreation Center
Corvallis

Parking Office

541-737-2583

Your go-to for parking and transit assistance, campus parking permits can be purchased for various lots through the Parking Office. 

Corvallis

Peer Leadership Consultants

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. 

Peet's Coffee

541-737-4771

A coffee shop on campus, serving coffee, pastries and more.

Personal Training

541-737-3748

Personal trainers will help you set realistic goals and help you meet them by designing a personalized workout program.

Physical Activity Courses

Physical Activity Courses are fun and active ways to earn university credit hours. Learn how to line dance or try out your survival skills with the outdoor survival class!

Corvallis

Physical Therapy

541-737-7556

The Physical Therapy Department at SHS offers a broad range of services to facilitate recovery from and prevention of injuries or illnesses that affect the musculoskeletal system and sensorimotor functions. The department is staffed by physical therapists who provide evaluation and individualized treatment and education programs for each patient to return to function.

Corvallis

Prestigious Scholarships

541-737-6414

The OSU Advisor for Prestigious Scholarships works with students to compete for national and international scholarships including Fulbright, Gilman, and Rhodes. These awards are based on academic qualification, research, leadership, service and personal characteristics, and are available for undergraduate and postgraduate study and research from a broad list of academic programs. Oregon State encourages you to apply!

Pride Center

541-737-9161

The Pride Center seeks to create and provide a safe, non-judgemental and supportive community for students of all sexual orientations and gender identifications to participate.

Corvallis

Professional Development Course

Offered through the College of Business, Professional Development (BA 253) is a for-credit course designed to prepare students for their professional futures with an emphasis on verbal communication and career planning.

Corvallis

PROMISE Program

541-737-7298

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. 

Multi Campus

Racial Aikido

541-737-9030

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.

Recreational Sports

541-737-3748

Recreational Sports runs many campus facilities — including Dixon Recreation Center, McAlexander Fieldhouse and Student Legacy Park — with a focus on involving students and increasing physical activity.

Renter's Guide

541-737-8606

OSU's Corvallis Community Relations office provides resources about understanding your rights as a tenant, being a good neighbor and navigating utilities and other renter responsibilities. 

Corvallis

Research at OSU

541-737-3467

This office is dedicated to supporting students find research funding across all OSU colleges, departments and disciplines.

ROTC Community

541-737-4771

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.

SafeRide

541-737-5000

Late night at the library and don't want to walk home alone in the dark? SafeRide is a free, nightly taxi service run by ASOSU and student drivers that transports students within the citiy limits of Corvallis and Philomath during the academic year.

Associated Students of Oregon State University
Corvallis

Service Desk

541-737-8787

Whether you're having trouble installing software, connecting to the WiFi network, or getting rid of a pesky virus on your computer, the Service Desk has qualified staff to assist you with your computer needs. It is located in Milne Computing Center.

Service Learning

Service learning integrates meaningful service with reflection to enrich the learning experience. A form of experiential learning, it provides a hands-on opportunity for students to make a difference while applying what they've learned in their classes. Check out some of the service-learning opportunities at Oregon State.

Corvallis

Smoke-Free OSU

Smoking is not allowed within the boundary of OSU’s Corvallis campus. Learn more about the policy, management of cravings and resources for quitting on the Smoke-Free OSU website.

Corvallis

Social Justice Minor

541-737-2759

The Social Justice minor provides interdisciplinary academic classes in which students think critically about social justice and experiential learning activities that engage students in the work of social justice. The program addresses local, national and international issues. 

Corvallis

SOL: LGBTQ+ Multicultural Support Network

541-737-9161

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. 

Corvallis

Southside Station @ Arnold Dining

The main dining hall for the south side of campus, Southside Station at Arnold serves sushi, rotating international food choices and breakfast options.

Speaking Justice

Social justice workshop and an evening performance of spoken word inspired by the 1967 Martin Luther King Jr. speech “Where do we go from here?” The event takes place during OSU's MLK Jr. Celebration and is a chance illuminate issues of social justice through poetry. 

Corvallis

Special Interest Communities

Take advantage of living on campus by joining a special interest community! Varying interests are represented and offer students the opportunity to connect with others who have similar interests.

Corvallis

Spiritual Life @ OSU

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

Corvallis

Sports Medicine

541-737-7556

Sports Medicine provides services for students who sustain physical injury. Students who are interested in physical fitness, conditioning and rehabilitation will find this service tailored to their needs. Sports Medicine services are complemented by SHS Physical Therapy services.

Corvallis

Strengthening Education & Employment for Diverse Students

541-737-6029

The Strengthening Education & Employment for Diverse Students (SEEDS) program offers educational and advising support as well as community and paid work opportunities for students from historically underrepresented backgrounds to succeed in the forestry field.

Corvallis

StrengthsQuest

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

Corvallis

Student Alumni Ambassadors

541-737-2351 / 877-678-2837

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.

Student Care

541-737-8748

When life happens, ask us. Student Care is a service offered to assist students with non-academic issues, from unexpected life events to academic difficulties and beyond.

Corvallis

Student Clubs and Organizations

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.

Student Employment Program

541-737-3103

The Student Employment Program provides a host of services and resources for currently employed students and students who are looking for an on-campus job. Handbooks, forms and helpful explanations support students in their professional experience endeavors.

Student Health Services

541-737-9355

Student Health Services offers a broad range of clinical and prevention services, including wellness coaching, nutrition counseling, chiropractic services, psychiatric care and lab services.

Student Health Services | Main Clinic

541-737-9355

Student Health Services' main clinic houses the majority of health services offered on campus including the pharmacy, X-ray facilities, health promotion services and administrative offices.

Student Health Services | Nutrition Counseling

541-737-9355

Student Health Services offers unlimited one-on-one nutrition counseling to students at no charge. These services focus on nutrition and physical activity assessment, and self-guided goal setting. The dietitian will help organize your goals into small, measurable, attainable objectives.

SHS @ Dixon
Corvallis

Student Health Services | Psychiatric Services

541-737-9355

Student Health Services offers psychiatric services, including evaluation and medication management, to all currently enrolled OSU students.

Corvallis

Student Health Services | Tebeau Hall Same-Day Clinic

541-737-9355

With the same-day clinic in Tebeau Hall, students can walk in for minor health concerns such as sore throats, ear infections and colds.

Corvallis

Student Leadership & Involvement

541-737-2101

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.

Student Multimedia Services

541-737-3332

Student Multimedia Services is here to help students by supplying multimedia devices for check out, assisting with dubbing and editing of videos, and more while being conveniently located in the library's circulation suite.

Student Sustainability Initiative

541-737-2101

The vision of sustainability isn't just about being "green." Our sustainability programs address social, economic and environmental factors. By taking into consideration more than the environmental aspects of producing a sustainable world, we work toward a socially just and responsible economy that respects the natural environment.

Summer Session

541-737-1470 / 800-375-9359

Oregon State University Summer Session supports current, prospective and visiting students taking classes during the summer. Not only does Summer Session deliver more than 1,300 undergraduate and graduate courses on campus, but it also offers six course sessions of various lengths and study abroad options. Taking summer courses at Oregon State can help you early or on time, lighten your course load for the coming year and finish a year’s worth of courses — such as foreign language, biology and chemistry — in just one summer.

Supplemental Instruction

541-737-3760

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.

Survivor Advocacy & Resource Center

541-737-2030

The OSU Survivor Advocacy & Resource Center is committed to providing safe and confidential support to students impacted by different forms of violence. With the goal of empowering survivors to make informed choices, the center serves as a first point of contact for survivors and their allies, in order to provide information about their choices and rights, referrals to desired services, and support to regain control over their lives.

Sustainability Leadership Program

The program pairs passionate students with campus departments and community organizations working to solve local and global sustainability challenges through research, education and community engagement. Students have the opportunity to develop leadership competencies and transferable skills through mentorship, networking and professional development.

Corvallis

Swimming Pools

There are two swimming pools at OSU. Review the academic catalog for information on open swim and physical activity courses in the Women's Building. Details about the Dixon Pool are available on the website linked below.

Technology Across the Curriculum

541-737-2121

Technology Across the Curriculum works to better student success in the classroom by managing Canvas and other technologies used for instructing students.

The Career Trail

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

Tips for Finding Research Projects

Tips to help you find a research project.

Corvallis

Tobacco Cessation Program

541-737-9355

The Tobacco Cessation Program is available when you are ready to quit. Student Health Services offers one-on-one services that include visits with a tobacco cessation coach and free nicotine gum or patches.

Student Health Services
Corvallis

Trader Bing's

541-737-6222

Located in Austin Hall, Trader Bing's Café serves up Portland Roasting Coffee and a variety of lunch and breakfast items.

Corvallis

Transfer Student Ambassadors

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

Travel Clinic

541-737-9355

Students who will be traveling abroad are encouraged to visit the travel clinic. Visitors receive information about immunization requirements in the parts of the world to which they will travel, disease prevention, handling of medications, dealing with emergencies and obtaining medical assistance abroad.

Corvallis

TRiO Student Support Services

541-737-3628

TRiO Student Support Services (SSS) helps first-generation college students and other students who would benefit from additional support make the transition to college. TRiO-SSS offers academic guidance, professional development, peer mentorship, technology access, student success seminars and additional services. To learn about eligibility requirements or to apply, visit the TRiO-SSS website. 

Corvallis

Trip Check

Travel safe to and from OSU campuses — check road conditions during extreme winter weather.

Multi Campus

UHDS Nutrition & Special Dietary Needs

Explore this overview of nutrition and special dietary information for dining centers on the Corvallis campus, including details on how to contact UHDS registered dietitian with questions.

Corvallis

Undergraduate Research, Innovation, Scholarship & Creativity

Undergraduate Research, Innovation, Scholarship & Creativity (URISC) creates opportunities for students to engage in scholarly and creative activities with our diverse world-class faculty. The program provides scholarships to support students' work with artists, engineers, scientists, policy specialists, health experts or other professionals.

Multi Campus

Undergraduate Research, Scholarship & the Arts

541-737-2305

Undergraduate Research, Scholarship & the Arts (URSA) facilitates undergraduate engagement in scholarly and creative independent projects mentored by faculty in all disciplines.

Corvallis

Undocumented Toolkit

Information for undocumented students and their families.

Unified Greek Council

541-737-5432

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.

 

University Exploratory Studies Program

541-737-8144

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.

Corvallis

University Housing & Dining Services

541-737-4771

University Housing & Dining Services (UHDS) is committed to providing a living and dining environment that enriches your time at OSU and supports your academic pursuits.

Corvallis

University Ombuds Office

541-737-4537

The University Ombuds Office provides a safe and informal space for students to share their concerns while offering trained professional staff to act as impartial conflict managers.

Untold Stories

This campus tour guidebook highlights the stories, activism, and accomplishments of students of color at OSU Main Campus. 

Corvallis

Visa and Immigration Information

 An online resource for international students regarding the rules and regulations related to immigration status. 

Multi Campus

Wellness Agents

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

Want to influence student health and well-being on campus? Become a peer leader through Student Health Services’ new Wellness Agents Program! Wellness Agents is grounded in the belief that high quality peer programs foster healthy behaviors, student engagement and success, and overall inclusivity through education, environmental change and advocacy.

Corvallis

Wellness Coaching

541-737-7556

Wellness coaches work with clients in the areas of health, fitness and wellness including physical activity, nutrition, weight management, stress, and life satisfaction. A wellness coach facilitates a process, by which a person can move towards desired goals in a fulfilling manner.

Women's Center

541-737-3186

The Women's Center works to empower women and educate the campus community about women's issues, resources, and opportunities both locally and globally.

Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies

541-737-2826

Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies place women's concerns, gender analysis and the LGBTQ+ experience at the center of academic study. Our courses examine a wide range of topics from multidisciplinary perspectives recognizing that gender and sexuality intersect with other categories of identity and experience. We encourage community involvement and activism, and our students engage in internships with social change agencies and organizations. Check out the library resources related to these studies.

Corvallis

Workforce Recruitment Program

The Workforce Recruitment Program for College Students with Disabilities (WRP) is a recruitment and referral program that connects public and private sector employers nationwide with highly motivated postsecondary students and recent graduates with disabilities who seek summer or permanent jobs.

Corvallis

Worm Hole

541-737-4631

The Worm Hole offers physics tutoring for OSU students.

Corvallis

Writing Center

541-737-5640

We can help students with any writing project at any stage of the writing process. Writing assistants are available, on campus and via the Online Writing Lab, to help with all aspects of writing, from brainstorming and organization to questions of grammar and usage.

Corvallis

 

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