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We are the Office of Student Life in the Division of Student Affairs. Our mission is to provide educational and developmental opportunities for students to make informed decisions that support their success at Oregon State University. We are dedicated to providing an environment that will enable students to effectively engage in their academic and intellectual work.
Students inspire us! We get energized by young people searching for their dreams and discovering their passions.
Our vision is to sustain the academic mission of Oregon State University by creating, nurturing, and sustaining a campus environment that supports student success. With programs and services that have special focus on student development, The Office of Student Life is committed to building a campus community that brings learning and self-discovery to the forefront of a student's experience at Oregon State University, so that we may prepare the next generation of global citizen-scholars with the ability to make positive transformation in society.
Each Student Life area not only contributes, but champions the value of strengthening the OSU environment as a community where students can experience and pursue success. Whether through the innovative services of Disability Access Services, the student leadership opportunities supported by the Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life, the process by which Student Conduct encourages students to think about appropriate behaviors on campus, or all of the services offered by ASOSU, we all champion the idea that our campus community should be an environment conducive to student success in a holistic manner.
The mission of the Associated Students of Oregon State University (ASOSU) is to promote self-government and leadership within the student body of Oregon State University, thereby enhancing the educational, social and cultural experience of the students. ASOSU is every student at Oregon State University. It exists as an organization to promote academic excellence, encourage the intellectual, social, cultural, and physical development of the student body, and enable the student body to assert its varied interests as citizens and members of the academic community through democratic representation.