The resource fair begins at 10:45 a.m. on Monday, September 14, 2020
Complete a short survey about four of the Resource Fair meetings you attended to receive a free Graduate School gift bag!
Oregon Hillel is the catalyst for connecting students, building community and inspiring leadership through Jewish values at the University of Oregon & Oregon State University. We are a student-centric organization and the only pluralistic Jewish community on our campuses; committed to providing a caring and welcoming environment for all students.
OSU's Faculty Staff Fitness Program offers fitness classes for OSU's GTAs/GRAs, faculty, staff, retirees, and partners/spouses. Physical Activity Courses holds fitness and sport classes for credit. Both programs are through the College of Public Health and Human Sciences and classes are at Langton Hall and the Women's Building. We do offer remote programming when applicable.
Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) provides OSU students with individual, relationship, and group counseling, as well as outreach and education to OSU and the surrounding communities. Studies show that a community culture of positive mental health bolsters academic success and personal development.
NEW SCHOOL, NEW RULES! The goal of our office is to protect the Oregon State University community and learning environment. Our office enforces the Code of Student Conduct. However, we are not in the business of keeping students from their education! We are here to help students move forward when a violation occurs by helping them make meaning of their experiences.
From a place to recharge with coffee and food venues, to bowling and billiards, to hosting a video conference meeting, to comfortable couches in front of the fireplace, the Memorial Union is a central hub in the middle of campus life.
Being an OSU student is more than going to class. It's also making a difference for your community and cultivating the skills to change the world. We envision a community of skilled and empowered student leaders who are changemakers for positive social impact. We believe in learning by doing. We believe all OSU students are leaders. Come SEE what we are all about.
Recreational Sports provides a variety of recreational opportunities to all students and the OSU community. Learn more about Intramurals, Sports Clubs, Adventure, Fitness, Aquatics, & Wellness.
We are an organization at OSU where runners of all skill levels can come to run recreationally and/or competitively. We strive to bring people together under a common interest with the goal of helping all of our members find joy in both their running and the sense of togetherness that our club offers.
The OSU Triathlon Club is a student-run organization that promotes knowledge of and participation in the sport of triathlon and other endurance sports on the OSU campus. The OSU Triathlon Club provides a network of training, racing opportunities, and assistance for all fitness levels.
Oregon State Horse Polo is a club sport with coached lessons and practices 1-2x per week. We have a USPA certified instructor who facilitates our practices and provides horses and all equipment. No prior riding or horse experience is required, we'll teach you everything! We usually carpool to practices so you don't have to worry about transportation. Levels of play include Men's & Women's Varsity, Mixed JV, and club level. Opportunity to travel for tournaments is available depending on level and experience.
The Graduate Christian Fellowship is a community of Christian graduate students who support one another as we journey through academia, seeking to balance and incorporate our faith in our work as thoughtful, informed followers of Christ. We meet weekly for studies of the Bible or a relevant book, fellowship, and prayer, in addition to regular social events such as hiking, board game nights, and movie nights. We believe that faith is an essential part of wellness in the graduate student’s life and encourage people of all denominations, faiths, and backgrounds to join us as we journey through grad school together.
The Graduate Writing Center offers a supportive, low-stakes environment to discuss and practice graduate-level writing. Our highly trained Graduate Writing Consultants (who are themselves either past or present grad students) can help you to navigate and decode the complex expectations of graduate writing to meet your writing goals. Typical sessions include brainstorming, argument development, organization, clarity of expression, and citation/documentation; we support a wide range of scholarly documents, including theses and dissertations, seminar papers, manuscripts, IRB material, funding and research proposals, as well as conference and defense presentations.
Disability Access Services (DAS) provides accommodations, education, consultation and advocacy for qualified students with disabilities at Oregon State University. This includes undergraduate, graduate and international students. Equal Opportunity and Access (EOA) can assist with employment specific accommodations. We will go through a case-by-case, interactive process to find reasonable accommodations to support your employment here at OSU.
Oregon State University's Graduate Certificate in College and University Teaching (GCCUT) is designed for students who want to develop or enhance their instructional skills. This curriculum is designed to meet you at your current level of knowledge and help you develop or advance your teaching abilities. The certificate can be completed concurrently with your graduate degree. Join us at the virtual session to learn more!
Oregon State Ecampus is widely considered one of America's best providers of online education. We offer variety of graduate programs, courses, and certificates. Come join our student services team to learn about our programs and support services for graduate students.
The National and Global Scholarships Advising office is available to assist current OSU graduate students through all stages of the application process for select competitive international scholarships. Please join the staff of the National and Global Scholarships Advising office at the Graduate Student Resource Fair to learn about these opportunities: Fulbright U.S. Student Program, Boren Fellowship, Critical Language Scholarship,
The CTL staff are standing by to help you in all aspects of teaching. We offer resources to help increase engagement, address student learning concerns, and fine tune assessment. For example, we offer weekly Tuesday Teaching + Tech Talks; a series of teaching workshops that support the development of knowledge and skills in the planning of curriculum; facilitation of instruction; and assessment of learning.
The Human Research Protection Program (HRPP) and IRB support OSU's commitment to research by working to protect the rights and welfare of human subjects who participate in research; promoting the ethical principles of respect for persons, beneficence, and justice; and by assisting the OSU community in ensuring compliance with the standards set forth in the Common Rule (45 CFR 46) by the Department of Health and Human Services. All research projects involving human subjects must be submitted for IRB review. IRB approval for these projects must be granted prior to the initiation of any study activities, including recruitment or analysis of existing data.
The Academic Success Center (ASC) supports students of all levels and disciplines in their learning at Oregon State University. We recognize that graduate students are engaging in rigorous coursework while also balancing families, employment, research, and so much more. Visit the ASC for help with time/project management, graduate-level learning strategies, school/work/life balance, and more; we can't wait to meet you!
Oregon State University's Human Services Resource Center (HSRC), an office dedicated to serving students who are experiencing challenges related to their experiences being under-resourced, provides a variety of resources to help students establish a strong foundation of basic needs as they navigate financial hardships. We offer a variety of food security programs, textbook support, laptop, calculator and other technology checkouts, emergency housing, graduate travel subsidies, and so much more.
The Family Resource Center advocates for and provides quality programming and services to all OSU families with dependent care needs to support the academic, professional and personal growth and success of the whole person. Learn about our resources, from our various child care opportunities to campus lactation rooms to child care assistance, we look forward to connecting with you!
Whether you're a student looking to find your career or educational path, or an employer or alumnus looking to connect with students, we're here to help. We provide the resources for our students to transform into career-ready graduates. Our office helps students identify potential careers; develop transferable skills through student engagement, internship and professional development opportunities; and learn how to craft resumes and cover letters that showcase their strengths. And we offer opportunities for alumni, employers and students to connect through networking events and career expos.
UHDS provides on-campus housing and dining options for OSU graduate students. Graduate students are grouped together on a floor or wing with other Oregon State students who are also at the graduate level. Learn more on their website.
Transportation Services provides support and services for Corvallis campus commuters, residents and visitors. Our department operates the Motor Pool, manages campus parking, runs the Beaver Bus campus shuttle and encourages biking, walking, transit and carpooling. Let us answer your questions.
Corvallis Transit System (CTS) provides fareless public bus transportation throughout Corvallis and Philomath. CTS operates 7 days a week and also operates a late night service called Night Owl on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights when OSU is in session.
Where are you headed? Even when you know where you want to go, it sometimes takes a little help to get there. Let us help you connect with the benefits and services that are available to aid in you in your journey.
Oregon State University Department of Public Safety is comprised of Public Safety Officers, a 24/7 dispatch center, Emergency Management, and Clery. OSU Public Safety Officers respond to fire and medical emergencies on campus, as well as calls for service for office lock outs, bike lock cuts, and non-emergency transport to Student Health Services. Officers help ensure a safe campus by providing patrol and security checks of buildings and OSU property, as well as responding to all animal issues. Officers contact people in buildings after hours, as well as suspicious individuals present on campus.
The Service Desk is the main point of contact for help with all services provided to campus by University Information Technology (UIT). Students, employees, and associates may contact the Service Desk by phone, email, or in-person by appointment.
The Office of Information Security, as a part of University IT, provides information security services and consulting to the OSU Community. OIS provides support to researchers by providing information security information and support to ensure data is protected in accordance with compliance and grant requirements and provides travel consulting to researchers traveling to high risk areas.
Student Multimedia Studio. SMS supports students academically by providing a variety of multimedia equipment for checkout (including digital and video cameras, projectors, audio recorders and more) along with production studios, Adobe Creative Suite support, and the printing of large-scale posters for assignments.
Printing and Mailing Services has been proudly serving Oregon State University and it's students for over 130 years. We offer of full line of printing services including large format as well as bulk mailing services.
It is the goal of the University Ombuds Office to foster a culture of healthy, safe and open dialogue, and facilitate cooperative problem resolution. If you contact this office to address a specific conflict, the Ombuds will listen to your concerns, value diverse perspectives, help you explore options for resolution, and remain impartial to all parties involved. Please visit our virtual booth to meet an Ombuds and learn more about how the University Ombuds Office can support you during your time at OSU.
ASOSU Student Legal Services provides legal advice for all issues where the University is not an opposing party. Our office can assist students in areas that include: Landlord Tenant, Criminal, Immigration, Family Law, Debtor Creditor, etc...
ASOSU SafeRide is an inclusive service, dedicated to providing OSU students alternative safer rides within Corvallis and the surrounding area.
Do you have questions about Graduate School policies and procedures or want to know more about milestones along your degree completion path? Meet with representatives from the Graduate School to answer your questions about degree completion deadlines, university policies, committee membership, required meetings, exams, and more!
It may seem counterintuitive, but graduate school is an excellent time to work on that business idea floating around in your brain. We support students who are developing businesses of ALL KINDS – nonprofit, tech, social change, applying your research findings, getting your inventions out there, you name it! And if you’re not sure if you have a business idea, we also offer many ways to build entrepreneurial skills - which are extremely transferable to everything you’ll ever do. Join us to learn more.
Attend an information session where you can learn more about the details of your health plan. Join University Human Resources - Grad Health staff in a zoom session to get answers to your questions about health insurance enrollment, waiver applications, health plan benefits and premiums, and summer session coverage.
The Coalition of Graduate Employees (CGE) is your union--the collective power and voice of Graduate Teaching and Research Assistants at Oregon State University. CGE strives to create a community of Graduate Employees empowered to advocate for and protect one another on and off campus. Now more than ever is the time to stand together and assert our collective needs. Join us today to get plugged in!