Academic Success
  • Academic Success Center (ASC): The Academic Success Center provides academic coaching and learning services, peer education training, supplemental instruction, and general academic advising through the University Exploratory Studies Program.
  • Library Citation Guide: A collection of citation resources for students, providing guidance in a variety of citation formats.
  • OWL at Purdue Citation Guide: These OWL resources will help you learn how to use the APA, MLA, and Chicago citation and format styles. This resources contains information on in-text citation and the References/Works Cited pages, as well as sample papers.
  • Writing Center: The Writing Center provides free help with any writing task at any stage of the process.
 
Alcohol and Other Drugs
  • Health Promotion Office: The Health Promotion Office provides a number of resources in an effort to educate the community about responsible alcohol and other drug use. Resources include information regarding OSU drinking statistics, one-on-one consultations, and support for students concerned about the use of alcohol or other drugs among their friends.
  • Collegiate Recovery Community: The CRC supports students in recovery in having a college experience that is nurturing of their sobriety and their collegiate goals. 
  • e-CHUG: The e-CHUG provides students with individualized information on such items as individualized quantity and frequency of drinking, caloric intake, norm comparisons, genetic risk score, and referral information.
  • E-Toke: The e-TOKE provides students with individualized information regarding their relationship with marijuana, and provides a comparison of their own use with that of other Oregon State University students.
  • IMPACT Program for Alcohol and Other Substance Use: IMPACT is a program designed for OSU students to engage in a focused and meaningful discussion about alcohol or other substance use.
 
Campus Support Services
  • Career Development Center: The Career Development Center helps students learn about their individual interests, goals and strengths through career counseling, experiential opportunities, and employment.
  • Disability Access Services (DAS): Disability Access Services (DAS) provides accommodations, education, consultation and advocacy for qualified students with disabilities at Oregon State University.
  • Educational Opportunities Program (EOP): The Educational Opportunities Program (EOP) provides a welcoming environment that supports the full development of the personal and academic potential of students who have traditionally been denied equal access to higher education.
  • Equal Opportunity and Access (EOA): EOA is responsible for overseeing compliance with civil rights and affirmative action laws, regulations, and policies. EOA serves as the University's Title IX and Americans with Disabilities Act/Section 504 coordinating office.
  • Financial Aid: The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships offers many financial aid choices for undergraduate and graduate students, including grants, loans, and work-study.
  • Human Services Resource Center: (HSRC) provides access to resources to students with various levels of financial stress. Everything from social services resources, like SNAP, free health insurance, medical bill appeals, scholarship reinstatements, emergency grants, and much more. Additionally, the HSRC’S Basic Needs Navigator supports student’s academic potential by providing students with resources and one-on-one support for those navigating challenging financial barriers that make it difficult to establish a strong foundation of basic needs.
    • Food Pantry : Eligible students are provided with access to enough food to feed themselves for a full week. The HSRC also includes some non-food items, like cleaning supplies and various hygiene products.
    • SNAP (Food Stamps): Students may receive up to $194/per month for groceries at various markets.
    • Food Assistant Funds: Eligible students can apply to receive food assistance funds in order to purchase food from campus food vendors.
    • Textbook Lending Program: This program helps students save money on course materials by allowing students to check out books for the duration of a term!
    • Emergency Housing: The HSRC supports students facing a housing crisis by temporarily placing them in a residence hall, while their Basic Needs Navigator works with them to find stability.
    • *Not all services listed.

  • Office of International Services: International Students can receive support and information regarding employment, scholarships, visas, and cultural services in connection with the Office of International Services. 
  • Diversity and Cultural Engagement (DCE): Diversity and Cultural Engagement provides support for campus diversity and cultural centers. Diversity & Cultural Engagement is a platform for collaborating to build an inclusive, just community. Enriched by differences, DCE programs and initiatives empower students to develop multiple perspectives and foster self-awareness.
  • Survivor Advocacy and Resource Center (SARC): The OSU Survivor Advocacy and Resource Center is a confidential space for all university community members, including students, faculty and staff affected by different forms of violence.  SARC offers 24/7 support for all OSU community members affected by sexual harassment, including sexual assault, unwanted sexual experiences, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking.
 
Health and Wellness
  • Center Against Rape and Domestic Violence (CARDV): CARDV is a private, non-profit community service organization dedicated to helping survivors of sexual and domestic violence and their children stay safe, and is free and confidential.
  • Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS): Counseling and Psychological Services provides mental health counseling to students, and consultation, outreach and education to all OSU community members. CAPS does this in order to (1) facilitate student’s academic success, mental health, and personal development and (2) promote a culture of positive mental health at OSU.  CAPS is also the home of the Mind Spa.
  • Student Health Services (SHS): SHS provides health care (medical and psychiatric), self-care guides, and a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner.
  • Dixon Recreation Center: Dixon Recreation Center is committed to individual and community fitness and houses two cardio rooms, two weight rooms, two gyms, six racquetball courts, three squash courts, three multipurpose rooms, a 42ft tall climbing wall, 1/10 mile indoor track, 25-yard pool, a dive well, a hot tub, three sand volleyball courts, and the Adventure Leadership Institute.
 
Safety
  • Department of Public Safety (DPS): DPS provides crime prevention and safety tips, campus crime reports, and the OSU Emergency Alert System.
  • SafeRide: SafeRide is a service dedicated to providing OSU students a safer ride home or to campus, free from judgment. To call for a ride, dial 541-737-5000. Before calling, please review their policies, boundaries and hours of operation.
 
Student Advocacy
  • ASOSU Legal Services: Legal Services are provided to OSU students through Access the Law, and paid for through the Corvallis campus student incidental fees. The office provides legal advice and representation to OSU students when they have a dispute that does not pertain to the University.
  • ASOSU Office of Advocacy: The ASOSU Office of Advocacy provides advice and guidance to students who have a dispute with the University; free and confidential.
  • Ombuds Office: The Ombuds assists with individual concerns through service and education, and serves as a change agent to address group conflict and systemic concerns. It is the goal of the Ombuds to foster a culture of healthy, safe and open dialogue, and facilitate cooperative problem resolution.