The National Grad Crisis Line

The National Grad Crisis Hotline offers free counseling services to grad students. The hotline staff and volunteers receive training to help students with the unique challenges of graduate school. You can reach support by calling 1.877.GRAD.HLP (1.877.472.3457).

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Wellness Coaching

Wellness coaching is a free service for OSU students that offers support for navigating transitions and overcoming challenges that you may be facing.

Spiritual Life at OSU

We serve our students and campus community by encouraging and cultivating spiritual exploration, discovery and development.

OSU Craft Center

The Craft Center provides opportunities for OSU Students to engage their hearts and minds in the pursuit of self-discovery and self-expression. We provide tools that will enhance their ability to navigate and make contributions in the real world. We recognize the importance of fostering an environment that supports people's pathway toward achieving meaningful and fulfilling lives through discovery of what is important to them and the enhancement of their experiences.

Faculty and Staff Fitness

In a fun, convenient and welcoming environment, Faculty Staff Fitness caters to your busy schedule to ensure fitting in a daily workout is a breeze.

Housed in the College of Public Health and Human Sciences, Faculty Staff Fitness (FSF) offers a variety of health and wellness topic programming to faculty, staff, retirees, graduate students and their partners and spouses.

Public Safety

Corvallis is considered one of the safest university communities on the west coast, and OSU has the lowest reported crime rate among PAC-10 campuses. The Department of Public Safety and the Oregon State Police work in partnership to provide a safe campus for students. In addition to a wide range of safety services and crime prevention programs, officers patrol the campus and residential areas on bicycles, on foot, and in cruisers 24 hours a day.

Emergency: 541-737-7000

Interpersonal Violence Services

If you need support or have questions related to unwanted sexual contact, stalking, and/or relationship violence call the IVS (Interpersonal Violence Services) helpline at 541-737-2131 during or after business hours. IVS is open Monday-Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm.

Campus resources map

The resource map legend will help you easily find the Eco2Go return, water bottle filling stations, family resources, gender-inclusive restrooms and all buildings on-campus.

Office of Institutional Diversity

The Office of Institutional Diversity oversees institutional change actions, initiatives and communications to advance diversity, equity and inclusion throughout all facets of Oregon State University.

The Office of Institutional Diversity is also responsible for coordinating the University’s response to bias incidents impacting all OSU students, staff, and faculty members. You can report a bias incident on their website.

Report or raise concern of discrimination, harassment and bullying

Equal Opportunity and Access is responsible for overseeing compliance with civil rights and affirmative action laws, regulations, and policies