The HSRC has resources to help students who are experiencing homelessness. 

Students facing a housing crisis are sometimes forced into vehicles, tents, or even homeless shelters. The HSRC is here to help guide these students towards a more stable living situation. Through a collaboration with UHDS, our Emergency Housing Program allows us to temporarily place students in a residence hall, while our Basic Needs Navigator works with them to find that stability.

To learn more about this resource, students can visit the HSRC and do an intake with either a graduate or professional staff member. They can also email [email protected] or call 541-737-3747 to set up an appointment as soon as possible. This resource is only available to student-fee-paying students. Local students who aren't currently paying student fees (including ecampus) experiencing homelessness should also come to the HSRC for support - we have other resources that might be helpful. 

Any student not attending at the Corvallis campus, who finds themselves in crisis, should connect with the Dean of Students for support and resources.