This program provides international students the opportunity to meet new friends at Oregon State — and an opportunity for domestic students to connect with international students and scholars from more than 100 countries across the globe.
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. During the spring 2020 term, LSAMP students can participate in virtual group meetings and tutoring sessions.
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.
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.
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.
The award-winning Diversity Learning Assistant (DLA) program in UHDS promotes inclusive and welcoming communities in the residence halls, cooperative houses and dining facilities through workshops and programs. DLAs are peer educators who work with student staff and student leaders.
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 oppression within the context of the United States.
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.
The Racial Aikido retreat seeks to empower students of color at predominantly white institutions (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.
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.