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.
Connect with others and nurture healthy relationships to enhance your well-being.
“My time at OSU has taught me that some of the greatest accomplishments in academics and social development were not done alone, and that in order to continually succeed as an individual and as a community we must work interdependently.”
MAJORS: Dietetics | Kinesiology
Create meaningful experiences for you and others by being an active member of your community.
“Whether joining a club, participating in an intramural team or working on campus, these experiences enrich your time at OSU and make them so much more memorable.”
MAJORS: Accountancy | Marketing
Discover your passion and seek meaning through your experiences at OSU — in the classroom and beyond.
“My experience in the clinic significantly shaped my worldview and turned my passion into a personal obligation. I will no longer be satisfied if I do not contribute to global health.”
Find resources that support interpersonal relationships — like conflict resolution services and couples counseling. Or explore ways to connect to community through cultural events on campus or service opportunities in Corvallis and beyond.
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. The center also offers fun, weekly events — like Mandala Mondays and Watercolor Wellness Wednesdays — that can help lower stress levels.
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.
Cultural nights are an opportunity for students to learn about cultures across the globe. Events often include food, music and entertainment.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.