SafeRide will be CLOSED November 24-26th in honor of Thanksgiving Weekend. We will reopen Sunday night on 11/27.


ASOSU SafeRide is an inclusive, student-fee funded service dedicated to providing OSU students alternative safer rides around campus and within Corvallis and the surrounding area.

Before requesting a ride please review our policies, boundaries, and hours of operation. 

ASOSU SafeRide operates on four core values: Safety, Comfort, Integrity, and Student-Focused. These core values drive everything that we do, and decision we make.

2022-2023 Hours of Operation:

7 days a week - 8:30PM-1AM

Call us at 541-737-5000

Operations will be closed:

Veterans Day - Nov 11

Thanksgiving Break - Nov 24 - Nov 26th

We operate in the City of Corvallis and Philomath. Below is a photo of our boundary map



A map of the city of corvallis and philomath with an orange boundary around  both cities

ASOSU SafeRide Accessibility Statement: 

SafeRide is committed to maintaining and promoting accessibility within our program. SafeRide operates a wheelchair accessible minivan. This vehicle operates every evening the program is in service and can be requested via the SafeRide app or by calling 541-737-5000.



ASOSU SafeRide COVID-19 Statement: 

SafeRide is committed to following Oregon State University’s COVID Policies.

ASOSU SafeRide Diversity & History statement:

A common theme that connects SafeRide’s Core Values is Diversity & Inclusion. SafeRide is committed to maintaining and promoting diversity within our program. Diversity and Inclusion are not boxes to be checked, in this way SafeRide seeks to continually improve our operations in order to serve students from all backgrounds. SafeRide is dedicated to consistently improving our work environment to create a culture where all students feel welcomed, safe, and challenge one another to grow in their understanding of a diverse world. SafeRide recognizes that diversity in identities, backgrounds, and points of view helps our program grow.

ASOSU SafeRide was established in 1988 as a sexual assault prevention service. It was started by women for women, meaning that drivers and riders had to identify as women. Around 2003-2004, ASOSU Student Government voted to open up the service for all OSU students regardless of how they identify. That also resulted in staffing being open to any student.
Service was facilitated by riders calling into the phone dispatch line to request a ride and the dispatcher radioing to assign the rides. 

In Fall 2018, ASOSU SafeRide dedicated unused funding to purchase a new wheelchair accessible vehicle through OSU Motor Pool to better serve our community. The van was implemented in November 2018 and resulted in roughly a 300% increase in accessible rides.