Find the information you need to help move your degree progress forward.
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Take the self-assessment to gauge your skill level in five core competencies of personal and professional growth.
Read the new student checklist and find resources relevant to new students.
The Graduate Student Commons on the sixth floor of the Valley Library provides a place for students to relax, study, reserve rooms and meet with campus resource partners. Check out our drop-in and appointment schedules.
Available to all Oregon State students and staff, this online career success platform prepares master's and doctoral students for how to navigate the academic and professional job market.
Visit the OSU Career Development Center's graduate student page to find a career guide and other tools for your career preparation needs.
The Graduate School offers consultation and matching funds for supporting graduate student success initiatives through co-sponsorships.
Designed to demystify the ins and outs of graduate school. Any OSU graduate program, college, unit or recognized graduate student groups may request a workshop for a class, meeting, or get-together.
The Graduate School and its partners deliver courses designed to support students. Please check the course catalog to confirm the term the course is offered.
This 18-credit certificate provides advanced course work and experiential learning opportunities to students who plan to teach in higher education settings, or need facilitation skills for other careers.
The GWC assists with theses and dissertations, seminar papers, manuscripts, IRB material, funding and research proposals, as well as conference and defense presentations.
Watch video tutorials on common graduate student tasks like finding a GCR or steps to graduation.
Find academic, professional and student life resources from across Oregon State.
Student clubs and leadership opportunities
Get involved and find community with these opportunities.
Start building a solid graduate career with orientation, library day, and GTA training.
Attend our orientation for new and transfer graduate students starting in a term other than fall term.
Get started teaching with on-demand information covering all aspects of becoming a GTA.
The challenge is to form a writing group and then to meet virtually at least four times in February. Whether you are forming a group to work on your thesis or dissertation, grant or job applications, or coursework, we hope these meetings help you achieve your writing goals.
Co-created by Oregon State’s Inspiration Dissemination radio show, Grad Inspire explores ideas in action by bringing graduate students to the stage to share their story.
A week-long celebration of graduate students' contribution to making Oregon State the best!