There are over 400 student-run clubs & organizations at OSU. Search for your interests and manage your involvement at Ideal-Logic.
OSU is home to seven cultural centers dedicated to the various ethnic and social communities composing the student body. Students can access academic resources, socialize with others in their community, and participate in events at these centers. Websites for each cultural center can be found here.
|Asian & Pacific Cultural Center||2695 SW Jefferson Way||
|Cultural Centro César Chávez||691 SW 26th Street||
|Ettihad Cultural Center||Student Experience Center 380||
|Hattie Redmond Women & Gender Center||1700 SW Pioneer Place||
|Kaku-Ixt Mana Ina Haws||311 SW 26th Street||
F 10-11am, 12-5pm
|Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center||100 SW Memorial Place||
|Pride Center||Student Experience Center 112||
The MVRC is available as an academic, material, and social resource for all OSU students who have served or are serving in the armed forces. Study rooms, lockers, tutoring, and other services can be found at the MVRC suite in Snell Hall 150, open Monday-Friday 8am-5pm.
To get in touch with the MVRC, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 541-737-2278.
The ASOSU International Lounge is a new social space for international students to form a community and access resources on campus. The lounge can be found in the Memorial Union room 115.
The Grigg's Center provides academic resources for Black & Indigenous students of color who are involved with the Educational Opportunities Program. It can be found in the Memorial Union room 61.
Student Health Services provides clinical care to all health fee-paying OSU students free at the point of service. They can be found at the Plageman Student Health Clinic at 108 SW Memorial Place. Service hours and other locations can be found here. To make an appointment, call 541-737-9355.
CAPS provides professional counseling services for students experiencing mental health challenges. If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis, please call 541-737-2131 or dial 9-8-8. CAPS' office can be found on the 5th floor of Snell Hall and is open Monday-Friday 8am-5pm. More information about counseling services can be found here.
Anytime Anywhere provides online professional counseling services year-round, at any time of day, in any location. Access is confidential and available in over 5 languages. More information and app download links can be found here.
TogetherAll is an online platform where users can confidentially seek mental health support from other community members. Content is managed safely by trained professionals and users can access other resources and tools to better their well-being.
OSU Recreational Sports provides resources for students to stay physically active and participate in on-campus sports. Students can visit the various facilities on their own as well as participate in group fitness programs and campus sports clubs.
The Basic Needs Center provides a variety of services to students in financial need, including food support, temporary housing, textbook lending, and many other resources. They also host events and discussions to form community around students' material needs and economic conditions. The BNC office can be found at Champinefu Lodge on 1030 SW Madison Avenue and is open Mondays to Thursdays 8am-6pm and Fridays 8am-5pm.
OSU domestic students in and out of state are eligible for Oregon's Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. Individuals receive an average of nearly $200/month to buy food and groceries. Full student eligibility criteria can be found here. International students are not eligible for SNAP benefits, but can access the Basic Needs Center's food assistance application for support.
Students looking for employment and a source of income can search for on-campus jobs ranging from housing & dining services to teaching & research assistance here. Hundreds of job openings for students are available at any given time.
The Really, Really Free Market provides items including clothing, electronics, books, ready-to-eat meals, and much more for free. Items are donated by Corvallis community members. The Corvallis RRFM can be found on Fridays, 12-4pm at Corvallis Central Park and Mondays-Fridays 2-6pm at the Benton Plaza Free Store.
The Office of Advocacy provides support for students on issues including the code of conduct, academic integrity, grade appeals, campus housing, and any other matters relevant to student life. Reach out for support at email@example.com, call 541-737-9200, or schedule an appointment here. Their office can be found in the Student Experience Center suite 228.
Student Legal Services provides legal advice and representation to students in legal issues outside of OSU, such as landlord-tenant disputes and immigration defense. Notary services are also provided during open office hours. Legal Services can be found in the Student Experience Center suite 232 and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or 541-737-4165. Schedule an appointment here.
SchollarDollars is an OSU service where students can search and apply for on-campus scholarship to pay for their cost of attendance. Log in to SchollarDollars here. The OSU Scholarship Office can be found in the Kerr Admin Building room 108B.
National and Global Scholarship Advising assists students in applying for competitive national and international scholarships. Their office can be found in the Learning Innovation Center suite 450. Schedule an appointment with an advisor here or reach out to LeAnn Adam at email@example.com
The Educational Opportunities Program supports students from underrepresented backgrounds in pursuing higher education through specialized advising, scholarships, and academic courses. The EOP office can be found in Waldo Hall room 337. To get in touch, call 541-737-3628 or reach out to Janet Nishihara at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ASOSU student goverment holds elections annually in the winter term. To get informed for the upcoming 2023 elections, visit ASOSU's elections page or contact the Vice President at email@example.com. Preparations for elections under the new ASOSU Constitution are underway and the Elections Committee will be assembling and convening in the coming weeks and months.
Use TurboVote to register to vote, update your registration, and keep up with election information.
The OSU Sustainability Office manages projects and initiatives to make OSU an environmentally sustainable campus. To get involved with campus sustainability, search for projects with student volunteer involvement here. To get involved with sustainability-related clubs and organizations, search here.
The Legislative Scholars Program provides opportunities for students to engage in public policy and political issues that they are passionate about while pursuing their education. Scholarships are available to students who participate for academic credits.
Multiple labor unions are organized at OSU to negotiate employment contracts and advocate for OSU employees' interests. For concerns regarding workplace conditions and organizing, get in touch with the following organizations.
If you are experiencing a crisis, please contact OSU Assist at (541)737-7000
For non-emergency matters, call (541)737-3010
The DPS oversees public safety and crime prevention on the OSU Corvallis campus. For a full list of resources including bike safety, nightly travel escorts, and welfare checks, visit their website here. The DPS headquarters is in Cascade Hall.
SafeRide is ASOSU's service providing nighttime transportation for students unable to travel back to their homes. Service coverage spans across the cities of Corvallis and Philomath. To use SafeRide, download the app here or call (541)737-5000.
The Center for Advocacy, Prevention, & Education provides confidential support for victims and survivors of assault, harrassment, and gender-based violence. Their office can be found in the Plageman Building room 311. For survivor advocacy services, call (541)737-2030 or schedule an appointment here.