Find a blend of remote and in-person resources to support your health and wellness. 

Take care of your emotional well-being

Even though we all have navigated through a challenging and uncertain time, everyone’s situation is different. Don’t blame or shame yourself for how you compare to others. A few suggestions for your mental well-being:

  • Follow @osuwellnessagents on Instagram.
  • Be active to support your mental health. Recreational Sports facilities and activities provide many ways to get involved, including remote programming options.
  • Join Togetherall, a free online community where students can share how they’re feeling and support one another. Togetherall is moderated by trained professionals and is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. 

Find support at Oregon State

We are here for you. Students seeking mental health support have a number of services they can access remotely:

  • Counseling & Psychological Services is operating remotely, with most appointments via Zoom. Our on-call clinic for consultations and immediate needs continues to operate regular hours. To request a consultation, email [email protected]. After hours, call 541-737-2131 and a counselor will be there to help.
  • CAPS Single Session Clinic is available to discuss a current problem or concern. Schedule a one-time Zoom session with a CAPS counselor.
  • Wellness coaching helps you navigate transitions and overcome challenges. Schedule a Zoom appointment with a wellness coach.
  • OSU-Cascades students may contact Health Advisor Hannah Kuehl at [email protected] for help finding counseling resources.

We care about you

Many Oregon State students are experiencing financial uncertainty. There is support for you.

The Financial Support page on the COVID-19 Resources and Updates website provides an overview of federal and local resources, including emergency funding. 

The Human Services Resource Center is here to help you deal with challenges caused by COVID-19. Apply for food assistance, textbook support or laptop loans from the HSRC. You can also schedule a remote appointment with HSRC’s basic needs navigator for help applying for unemployment and SNAP benefits, learning about the Oregon Health Plan or exploring options when facing houselessness.

Plus, the Center for Advancing Financial Education (CAFE) offers one-on-one advising, financial literacy courses, workshops, self-study Canvas modules, and more to help students navigate college finances. Interested? Visit the CAFE website or email [email protected]