Stay Healthy. Be Active. Eat Well.

OSU offers many options to stay active and healthy. Keep moving with PAC classes, exercise programs and intramural sports. Be healthy with many nutritious food options across campus — we make the healthy choice the easy choice with effortless access to fruits, vegetables, water and whole grains.

It is easy to achieve the 30 minutes of daily physical activity recommended by experts with so many resources.

Missing Recess?

Physical activity courses, called PAC, are a great way to break up a rigorous academic schedule while still earning class credit! Learn how to play disc golf, zumba your troubles away, or meditate in a relaxation class. Or, check out the fitness classes offered at Dixon.

Play for Beaver Nation!

Oregon State has a variety of student-run sport clubs that compete with other universities in matches and games around the nation. These clubs are a dynamic way to experience teamwork while also improving physical fitness and meeting new people.

Get Moving

Intramural sports are a fun way to spend time with friends and classmates. With competitive and recreational team options, students of all skill levels and abilities can participate in more than 40 different leagues throughout the academic year. Join a team or make a team!

    OSU makes the healthy choice the easy choice.

    With so many options on campus, it is easy to eat nutritious meals every day.

    OSU’s dining centers provide easy access to fruits, vegetables, water and whole grains. There are numerous vegan and vegetariangluten freeHalal and low-cost alternatives. Try out Five Four One — the restaurant emphasizes organic, sustainable and locally sourced food. Or sample some of the global fare at Southside Station.

    Not to mention the great choices available in the Memorial Union and other locations on campus — options include the Asian-inspired cuisine at North Porch Cafe and Dixon Cafe, which offers fruit and veggie smoothies, wraps and paninis.

    And we make sure to provide information on nutrition and special dietary needs, so you can make the best choices for your body.

    Want to learn more about how to stay healthy? Talk to a nutrition counselor at Student Health Services. Or check out the eating healthy tips at the link below.


    Eat healthy tips