For public safety assistance in residence halls, classrooms, and across campus.
For immediate assistance from police, fire department, or ambulance.
The Bias Response Team communicates and meets regularly to respond to bias incidents.
The HSRC provides low-income students experiencing food, housing insecurity, or financial stress with resources and programs.
Student Health Services provides on- campus medical care to OSU students.
CAPS provides you with the opportunity to work one-on-one with a counselor, group, or access to other resources.
If you decide to make a formal report regarding an incident.
SCCS upholds the expectations of student behavior by responding to reports of student behavior that disrupts the on and off-campus learning-living environment.
For confidential support for students who have experienced rape, assault, stalking, or domestic violence.
The Office of Advocacy supports students in conflict within the university, including formal processes.
Student care works with students who experience unexpected life events such as personal crises, illness or injury, hospitalization, loss of a loved one, and mental health challenges.