The Dreaming Beyond Borders Resource center aims to create a safe, supportive, welcoming and inclusive space for undocumented students and students from mixed status families at Oregon State University.
The center refers students to support resources such as academic, legal and health resources; provides educational and social programming, including access to Educational Opportunities Program academic counselors; works closely with Here to Stay and other student advocacy groups; and develops allies through educational events, trainings and partnerships.
ASC strategists want to support you on your path to academic success. We know that OSU has a lot of resources to support students, but that sometimes it can be hard to know what you're looking for or where to find it. ASC strategists are here for remote consults to help you find what you need. In addition to identifying resources, strategists can help you form successful study groups, introduce learning and study tools and assist as you get ready for midterms and finals.
Academic learning assistants provide an array of services to support residential students in the adjustment to the academic rigors of Oregon State University. ALAs work to cultivate strong academic habits and college knowledge, promote engagement with university resources and assist students in navigating the university landscape. Services range from one-on-one meetings with students to hall-wide programming initiatives.
The CAMP Scholars Internship program is a collaboration between University Housing & Dining Services and the College Assistant Migrant Program. It was created to ensure that young students with a history in migrant or seasonal agricultural work develop their personal and professional potential. The program combines leadership training with hands-on and practical intern experience during the academic year.
The Academics for Student Athletes office provides academic and personal support to all student athletes at Oregon State University. We strive to create a collaborative environment with other campus departments that will help you achieve your potential for intellectual, social and personal development. Services include sport-specific academic counselors and priority class registration for student athletes, with guidance and advising from major department advisors as well as ASA academic counselors.
The Office of Student Orientation serves as a leader in facilitating the transition process for new undergraduate students and families. The office organizes START for first-year and transfer students, a program that provides workshops and information on campus resources and the transition to campus. The Office of Student Orientation also coordinates OSUWelcome, a series of events and activities to support new students when they join Oregon State.
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.
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.
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.