OSU Assist is a multidisciplinary support team that provides compassionate mobile crisis response and wraparound services for students facing mental health challenges or experiencing other forms of distress.
Many students face difficult times during college — unexpected life events, personal crises, mental health struggles, and academic difficulties are examples of challenges that can interfere with college success. Student Care is designed to help students learn and understand OSU policies and procedures, problem solve within the university community and access referrals for personal matters or emergencies.
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.
Student Health Services offers a broad range of clinical and prevention services, including primary care services, wellness coaching and educational outreach. Visit our website for updates to our services and health information related to COVID-19.
Beavers Give a Dam is an interactive bystander program to prevent sexual violence. This skill building workshop offered by the Prevention & Wellness team in Student Health Services is customizable for different communities and aims to increase participants' motivation and confidence to intervene.
The Survivor Advocacy & Resource Center (SARC) and the interpersonal violence prevention team have joined together to form the Center for Advocacy, Prevention & Education (CAPE). CAPE will operate through a multi-disciplinary and collaborative approach to provide a continuum of programs and services designed to prevent interpersonal and gender-based violence and to support survivors.
For safe, confidential advocacy services, call 541-737-2030 or send an email to the advocacy team. Our in-office hours are 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday through Friday. If calling after hours, select option 1 from the phone menu to leave a confidential voicemail, or option 2 to reach the 24/7 confidential advocacy hotline with our community partner CARDV.
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.