Many services are available for graduate students. Some services are shared with undergraduate students and some are graduate specific.

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Graduate Certificate in College and University Teaching (GCCUT)

The 18-credit Graduate Certificate in College and University Teaching (GCCUT) is designed to provide advanced coursework and experiential learning opportunities to students who plan to pursue careers in teaching in higher education settings or who plan to pursue careers in other fields that may require similar facilitation skills. Students completing the Graduate Certificate in College and University Teaching will receive a formal, transcript-visible credential.

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Academic Success Center

 The Academic Success Center provides tutorials to help students manage time, achieve balance, set goals and more 

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ASOSU Student Legal Services

Student Legal Services is one of the services offered by the ASOSU for the OSU students of the Corvallis campus.  Legal Services are provided to OSU students through Access the Law, and paid for through the Corvallis campus student incidental fees. Our office provides legal advice and representation to OSU students when they have a dispute that does not pertain to the university.

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Associated Students of Oregon State University (ASOSU)

The Associated Students of Oregon State University (ASOSU) provides a forum to address important issues facing our campus community. Their website contains information about ASOSU, the Graduate Student Senate, various committees and task forces, as well as a special subsidy program administered through ASOSU to provide funding for graduate students to attend professional conferences in their field.

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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.

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Campus 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.

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Career Development Center

As a "gateway to the future," CDC provides resources for students and alumni to achieve their professional goals through job fairs, the Beaver Recruiting Program, career counseling, workshops, internship opportunities, and job-hunting tools. CDC also posts student employment information for positions on and off campus.

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Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL)

The OSU Center for Teaching and Learning helps faculty, graduate teaching assistants, departments, and colleges achieve professional excellence in teaching and learning by encouraging and facilitating the scholarship of teaching and learning.

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Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning (CIRTL)

Focused on graduate student and postdoc teaching development but open to any OSU student or employee, CIRTL offers centralized courses, MOOCS, workshops, and webinars related to teaching effectiveness to those in any discipline.

As a member institution, OSU is launching its own local initiative this to complement CIRTL’s centralized offerings so that participants may receive nationally-recognized CIRTL credentials.

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Coalition of Graduate Employees (CGE)

The Coalition of Graduate Employees (CGE) represents the interests and rights of Oregon State University’s graduate employees through the bargaining and maintenance of a fair working contract. CGE strives to create a community of graduate employees empowered to advocate for collective issues.

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Commercialization and Corporate Development

We assist faculty, staff, students and the broader community to commercialize research and concepts. Our staff, mentors, and student interns work directly with innovators and entrepreneurs to explore markets, develop products, and obtain customers.

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Computer Help

The IS Service Desk provides "quick help" computer support to OSU faculty, staff, and students. Their student consultants are your first point of contact for computer, mobile device and software problems and questions. If they can't resolve an issue, they can direct you to the correct support group. Call or visit them in Milne.

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Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Counseling and Psychological Services provides counseling, consultation, outreach and education to OSU students, faculty, and staff. CAPS does this in order to facilitate student’s academic success, mental health, and personal development and promote a culture of positive mental health at OSU.

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Courses Offered by the Graduate School - GRAD Courses

To be effective in today's workforce, graduates need professional and soft skills in addition to their disciplinary expertise. The Graduate School provides educational and training opportunities to cover these vital skills. GRAD courses and workshops, as part of our student success offerings, will catalyze a change in how graduate students are prepared to become our future leaders, scholars, scientists, engineers, artists and professionals.

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Department of Public Safety

We serve our community by providing 24/7 Dispatch, Public Safety Officers, and Oregon State Police Troopers on campus. We respond to emergency calls for service, including fire, medical, and crime.

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Disability Access Services

Disability Access Services facilitates access to University programs and services for students, faculty, staff, and visitors with disabilities through accommodations, education, consultation, and advocacy.

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Diversity & Cultural Engagement

Diversity and Cultural Engagement is dedicated to academic and personal success through critical inquiry and transformative learning. ISS and Diversity Development direct the seven cultural centers on campus: Asian Pacific Cultural Center, Centro Cultural Cesar Chavez, Ettihad Cultural Center, Lonnie B. Harris black Cultural Center, Native American Longhouse Eena Haws, Pride Center, and Women’s Center.

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Equipment Rental - Cameras, Laptops, and More

Student Multimedia Services provides equipment rental to students, faculty, and staff for free.

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As you work toward your degree, nothing is quite as important as feeling like you have a clear direction and a feeling of support. It's important to stay in contact with your major professor to understand program expectations. But also think about finding at least one mentor who can help guide you through some of the "unwritten rules" of gradaute education, and see you to the other side: degree completion and a successful career. Your mentor may also be your major professor, another trusted faculty member, or a peer graduate student or postdoc who's a step ahead of you in your program.

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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.

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Family Resource Center

OSU's Family Resource Center advocates for and provides services to students with children and all families with dependent care needs across campus to promote the academic, professional and personal success of the whole person. They work to identify and remove barriers for students with children to ensure equal access to campus opportunities and resources.

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Financial Aid

Any student who may have a financial need for educational expenses should apply for financial aid. Most students are eligible for some sort of financial assistance whether it is gift aid such as grants and scholarships or self-help aid in the form of student loans and/or college work-study.

Food, Drinks, and Entertainment in Corvallis

Are you hungry or simply need a break from studying? Corvallis offers a wide range of dining options, along with music and theatre venues, brew pubs, festivals, markets and more. And if you care to venture deeper into the Willamette Valley, literally hundreds of wineries are yours for the tasting. The Visit Corvallis website is a good source of information for places in Corvallis.

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How am I going to pay for all of this? Learn more about teaching and research assistantships, fellowships and scholarships, tuition remission, student employment, and mandatory health insurance.

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Graduate School Advisory Committee

The Graduate Student Advisory Council (GSAC) provides a graduate student perspective on topics related to the graduate student experience. The GSAC serves as a focus group for the Graduate School, student affairs and other administrative units at Oregon State University.

As graduate student leaders, members represent their affiliated colleges, programs, and student organizations. They are frequently called upon to participate in a variety of university initiatives where graduate student voices are needed.

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Graduate Student Ambassador Program

This program provides prospective and current graduate students with positive peer relationships that promotes a more involved community on campus. In addition to fostering positive relationships with students on campus, ambassadors travel to conferences and events representing Oregon State University.

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Graduate Student Organizations

OSU has a host of student-led organizations that support academic success, professional development, and community. With a simple search, it's easy to find a student organization that fits your interests and/or aspirations.

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Graduate Student Success Center (GSSC)

The Graduate Student Success Center (GSSC), located in Memorial Union 203, is a space for graduate students to utilize for studying, socializing, and meetings. There are two rooms, available for reservation: one room feels like a lounge or living room for relaxed meetings, and a second provides a conference table for more productive or formal meetings. Though these spaces are available for reservation they remain open on a first-come, first-served basis without prior reservation.

The GSSC also offers a working desktop and standing desk space for all graduate students to use, as well as a printer. 

(541) 737-1693
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Graduate Women's Network

The Graduate Women’s Network (GWN) is dedicated to establishing community among graduate women throughout the university. They do this by creating opportunities for: Collaboration and support across departments and colleges; leadership development; networking; advocacy; conversation; relaxation and wellness; as well as speakers and discussions.

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Graduate Writing Center

The mission of the Oregon State University Graduate Writing Center is to support Oregon State University graduate students at every phase of their program, to facilitate the growth of individual writers, and to foster strong academic and creative writing communities. The Graduate Writing Center fulfills this mission through mentoring and training a corps of undergraduate and graduate student writing assistants who work directly with graduate students and with other Graduate Writing Center constituencies.

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GTA Orientation and Training

The Graduate School and its partners hold a GTA Orientation each year as part of Grad Welcome Week. Here are some video recordings from that event:

Health Insurance

OSU has a strong institutional commitment to academics, student growth, and the development of individual responsibility. To further these goals, the university embraces the concept that catastrophic financial risks while attending the university should be minimized. OSU recommends all students maintain adequate health insurance coverage. At this time international students are required to enroll in the OSU insurance plan. OSU requires that all non-resident international students and their dependents (living in the United States) be covered by health insurance. The health insurance must meet federal, state and OSU requirements. Graduate assistants, graduate fellows, and postdoctoral scholar and fellows have a separate mandatory health insurance plan through their appointment/fellowship. Contact by phone for more information. 

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Human Services Resource Center (HSRC)

At the Human Services Resource Center in Avery House, low income, homeless or food-insecure students are be able to:

  • Take a shower
  • Do laundry
  • Nap on comfy couches
  • Borrow textbooks
  • Study in our lounge space or at a computer work station
  • Get groceries from our food pantry
  • Prepare a snack or a meal in our commercial kitchen
  • Participate in a cooking class or other educational program
  • Securely store some personal items
  • Volunteer at the onsite food garden or the food pantry
  • Meet with a Department of Human Services (DHS) representative to apply for SNAP (food stamps) or other social services programs every Wednesday from 1-4 pm
  • Meet with staff to access resources and support around homelessness and food insecurity
  • All other pre-existing HSRC programs (Mealbux, emergency housing, health care subsidies, etc)
  • Advocate for educational access regardless of income level and learn about other topics related to economic inequality
  • Connect with Family Resource Center, also moving to Avery, about childcare on campus and childcare subsidies
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ID card and online accounts

On campus, the ID card is used for meal plans, Orange Cash (save 10% on food purchases), copy card, getting into the gym and more. Off campus, many businesses give discounts to students with an ID card. OSU Network Identification (ONID) is a universal computer account available to all OSU students. Your ONID username and password gives you access to university technology services, the wireless network, ResNet, IS computer labs, and the Interlibrary Loan. 

(541) 737-2493
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Information Services

Information Services builds and maintains a technology ecosystem at OSU that enables scholarship, learning, and community engagement in an environment where innovation and academic excellence thrive.

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Inspiration Dissemination radio show

Inspiration Dissemination is an award-winning radio program that occurs Sunday nights at 7PM Pacific Standard Time on KBVR Corvallis, 88.7FM. Each week on the program, we host a different graduate student worker from Oregon State University to talk about their lives and passion for research here at the university.

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Institutional Review Board (IRB)

The IRB staff offer in-office assistance through scheduled appointments and drop-in hours. Staff members look forward to providing the following services in person or via video conference for researchers not located on the Corvallis campus:

Exempt determinations: Review of documents submitted for potential exemption

Oversight determination: Determinations of whether a project requires IRB review

Faculty advising: Pre-submission advising, assistance with changes to approved protocols, and responses to stipulation notices

Student advising: Drop-in hours for students

(541) 737-8008
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International Student Support Program

The International Student Support Program, which is designed to work with and complement our existing campus resources, provides 24/7 confidential remote counseling and acculturation support to international students via the use of technology. Students are able to access self-directed digital content in addition to connecting with clinical advisors who speak their language and understand their culture. 

Please contact INTO Oregon State University for questions or comments.

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International Students' Support Group

The support group meets Thursdays 2:00pm - 3:00pm in ILLC Room 355.

Living in a new country can be a difficult experience. As such, the purpose of this informal group is to provide support for international students and to explore the strengths they bring to this new environment. Topics of discussion may include adjustment to US culture, building social connections, academic success, and home country concerns. No appointment necessary; just drop by! Snacks & refreshments will be porvided. Please contact Shaznin Daruwalla, Psy.D. ( or I-Ching Grace Hung, M.Ed. ( for further details.


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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.

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Laptop Loan Program for Graduate Student Research

Laptops are available on a first-come, first-served basis to currently-enrolled graduate students actively working on graduate research projects related to their discipline and degree. If you need mobile computing for off-site research projects you may be eligible. Laptops can be checked out for up to 10 weeks.

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Library Services for Graduate Students

The Valley Library, situated in the heart of the OSU main campus, offers a variety of individual and collaborative study spaces carefully designed to meet students needs. The library is open 24 hours and day, seven days a week during fall, winter, and spring terms, with reduced hours during summer term. Send questions to Valley Library

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Life Work Balance at OSU

Oregon State University aspires to be a community where the diverse life roles of students, faculty and staff are respected and nurtured. We strive to create a family-friendly environment where your work life or school life can be balanced with your personal life.

The Office of Human Resources has a website that lists all the various support services at OSU and in the nearby Corvallis community. 

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Local Banking

Part of settling into a new place is finding a bank. Corvallis has several banking and credit union options to meet your needs.

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Meeting Rooms for Students

Need a place for a meeting? The Graduate School can help. The Graduate Student Success Center has various rooms that you can reserve for your next committee meeting, get-together, club meet up, etc. 

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Military and Veteran Resources

The Dean of Student Life is committed to helping student veterans successfully navigate the Oregon State University structure while accomplishing their education goals and maximizing their VA educational benefits.

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Mindful Grad Meditation Series

The responsibilities of graduate school can sometimes be overwhelming. Making mindfulness part of your routine can help reduce some of this stress and encourage a healthier, more focused you.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) invites all graduate students to a weekly drop-in meditation session at the Graduate Student Success Center in the Memorial Union, room 203. No sign-up is required. Drop in and de-stress!

Check the Graduate School calendar for current days and times of Mindful Grad.

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Multiracial Support Group

Connect with fellow students that identify as biracial, multiracial, multiethnic, mixed or who grew up in a transracial family. This group will provide a space to share experiences, explore identities, and build community. Tuesdays, noon-1 p.m.

Contact for any questions. 

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National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity

The National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity is an independent professional development, training, and mentoring community of over 71,000 graduate students, post-docs, and faculty members. We are 100% dedicated to supporting academics in making successful transitions throughout their careers. We offer on-campus workshops, professional development training, and intensive mentoring programs.

This flier lists member benefits and how to get an account.

New Student Orientation

Each fall, Welcome Week offers several opportunities for new and current graduate students to learn how to best prepare themselves for a successful graduate school experience and make steady progress toward a degree. This week of orientation events kicks off with the Graduate School Orientation for new students, workshops for new and current students, and networking opportunities for all.

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Off-campus Housing

University Housing and Dining Services offers valuable information when considering off-campus housing.

The Barometer's Renter's and Home Improvement Guide is a good source of information as well. 

The Corvallis Living Guide, a comprehensive 35-page electronic document, helps inform students of their tenant rights, responsibilities and resources. Students who pass a 25-question exam will be eligible for deposit discounts from participating Corvallis property managers and landlords.

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Office of Equal Opportunity and Access (EOA)

Oregon State University's Office of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity (now part of the Office of Equity and Inclusion) was founded in 1971 to ensure that all university community members uphold federal and state civil rights laws and regulations, as well as university equal opportunity policies. This work continues to be performed by the Office of Equity and Inclusion.

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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.

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Office of International Services

The Office of International Services (OIS) serves and supports OSU’s growing and diverse international population as they flourish on campus, in the community, and around the world. OIS is the central campus resource for advising and services for international students, scholars and faculty, consulting on visa and immigration issues, hosting international visitors, hiring international employees, and providing resources to faculty and staff preparing to travel on behalf of OSU. OIS seeks to advance the free exchange of ideas and culture through advocacy, education, service, outreach and engagement. Every year, OIS serves over 4,500 students and scholars from over 90 countries, connecting students, scholars and their families to campus and the community.

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The University Ombuds Office promotes a civil and inclusive campus community by providing informal, impartial, and confidential* conflict management services to all members of the university community.

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On-campus housing

Graduate student housing at OSU is designed to give you a living environment designed to fit the needs of OSU graduate students while offering flexible contracts and private spaces, within walking distance to academic buildings at OSU.

Halsell Hall is exclusively for second year and above students. Bloss Hall is exclusive to graduate students on the top (7th) floor and only sophomore and above students, or visiting scholars on lower floors. This is not a first-year resident community.

Please note that graduate students can live in all other residence halls, but Bloss offers more perks in terms of contract flexibility, better dining plan costs, and guaranteed accommodations with other graduate students.

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OSU Athletics

Whether you’re a fan or an athlete, get in on the excitement of NCAA Division I, Pac-12 Conference sports at Oregon State University. 

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OSU Beaver Store

OSU Beaver Store is a nonprofit corporation that has been serving Oregon State University and the town of Corvallis since 1914. As a non-profit corporation, profits are returned up front in the form of sales discounts. Search the website for textbooks, Beaver apparel, general books, electronics, and more.

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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.

With well-equipped studios and an extensive series of workshops and classes in the handcrafted/visual arts, the Craft Center complements and augments the educational opportunities available at Oregon State University.

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Outdoor Recreation in Corvallis

The greater Corvallis area is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts. With miles of hiking and biking trails, dog parks, and community sports and recreation leagues, you are sure to find plenty of fun. And with state and national parks, as well as the beautiful Oregon coast to engage your senses, there are outdoor adventure opportunities literally around every corner.

Visit for local hiking and biking trails in the Willamette Valley »

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Poster printing

You can print a poster for free through Student Multimedia Services (SMS). 

Student Multimedia Services (SMS) is a student-initiated multimedia unit available for use by all currently enrolled OSU students and faculty. Their primary mission is to provide multimedia facilities, equipment, and technical support for students and faculty producing and presenting academic work.

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Presentation rooms and studios

Student Multimedia Services provides access to presentation rooms, a photo/video production studio, DIY Media studios, and multimedia workstations in the The Valley Library. These spaces can be reserved for academic projects, research and teaching and learning applications.

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Recreational Sports

Through staff passion, innovation, and steadfast commitment to creating dynamic learning experiences, the Department of Recreational Sports has established itself as an essential campus partner in student wellness, a healthy campus, and the success of students and campus alike. OSU RecSports is recognized as a leader and source of best practices in the growing and evolving field of recreation. Students can also compete in more than 30 intramural sports and numerous sports clubs.

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The Office of the Registrar provides information on academic regulations, registering for classes, fees, transcripts, access to student records, and Commencement.

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Report fraud, waste, and abuse

Oregon State University is committed to an environment where open, honest communications are the expectation, not the exception. We want you to feel comfortable in approaching your supervisor or management in instances where you believe violations of policies or standards have occurred.

In situations where you prefer to place an anonymous report in confidence, you are encouraged to use this hotline, hosted by a third party hotline provider, EthicsPoint. You are encouraged to submit reports relating to violations stated in our Code of Ethics, as well as asking for guidance related to policies and procedure and providing positive suggestions and stories.

Research in Action podcast by Ecampus

Research in Action (RIA) is a podcast about topics and issues related to research in higher education featuring experts across a range of disciplines.

Research office

Administrators and staff help advance the success of the entire OSU research enterprise by facilitating the rigorous pursuit of discovery, scholarship and innovation while maintaining the highest professional and ethical standards.

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SafeRide is a service dedicated to providing safe rides home or to campus safely and without judgment. SafeRide operates throughout the Corvallis and Philomath communities, and are open to all OSU students on the Corvallis campus. Before requesting a ride please review the policies, boundaries, and hours of operation.

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Spiritual Life at OSU

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

Statistics Consulting Service

The Statistics Student Consulting Service offered through the Department of Statistics, provides free statistical advice on University-related research projects. Any currently enrolled graduate student or faculty member at the university may request assistance.

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Steps to Graduate Student Success

A presentation by Dr. Anita Azeranko, Associate Dean, Graduate School, discussing the steps to be a successful graduate student. 

Filmed at the Graduate School Student Orientation - Winter 2015

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Student Conduct and Community Standards (SCCS)

The primary purpose of the Student Conduct Code is to establish community standards and procedures necessary to maintain and protect an environment conducive to learning, in keeping with the educational objectives of Oregon State University. The assumption upon which this code is based is that all persons must treat one another with dignity and respect in order for scholarship to thrive.

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Student Health Services (SHS)

Oregon State University students can be reassured that their health is supported by many caring staff and faculty members. In the forefront for health is Student Health Services. SHS clinicians, health educators and other highly skilled health professionals provide campuswide comprehensive primary health care, disease prevention and treatment services, and extensive health promotion for all OSU students.

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Student Leadership & Involvement

Student Leadership & Involvement provides opportunities for Oregon State University students to engage in shaping a better self and a better world.

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Student Multimedia Services (SMS)

Student Multimedia Services provides free printing, free poster printing, equipment rental (computers, cameras), presentation rooms and more. 

Student Multimedia Services (SMS) is a student-initiated multimedia unit available for use by all currently enrolled OSU students and faculty. Their primary mission is to provide multimedia facilities, equipment, and technical support for students and faculty producing and presenting academic work. 

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Support Groups

Studies show that a community culture of positive mental health bolsters academic success and personal development. Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides support groups for OSU graduate students on a variety of topics each term. Some topics include Parenting Support Group (with free childcare), International Students Support Group, Multiracial Student Connection, and SUCCEED Stress Management Workshop. Group counseling provides a safe and confidential place to share and explore your concerns as well as receive support from others facing a similar experience.

Check the website for what groups are happening in the current term.

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Survivor Advocacy & Resource Center (SARC)

The OSU Survivor Advocacy and Resource Center is a safe and confidential space for all university community members, including students, faculty and staff affected by different forms of violence.

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Three-Minute Thesis Competition 3MT

The OSU Graduate School hosts a university-wide presentation competition based on the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) research competition, developed by The University of Queensland. The competition is designed to challenge graduate students to advance a compelling presentation on their thesis, dissertation, or project topic, and its significance in just three minutes. 3MT develops academic, presentation, and research communication skills and supports the development of graduate students' capacity to effectively explain their research in language appropriate to a non-specialist audience.

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Transportation Services

Getting to and around campus and the Corvallis community is a breeze. As one of the most bike-friendly towns in the nation, along with free public transit, you can get anywhere you need to go quickly and easily.

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Travel Grants

Graduate student travel to conferences is essential for the professional development of our students. The University also benefits by being represented at such events. The travel funds from this program are designed to provide graduate students with financial support to cover part of the cost of attending and presenting their scholarly achievements at prestigious conferences and venues.

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Tuesday Teaching Talks by the CTL

Join colleagues and the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) every Tuesday for just-in-time-teaching workshops. Discuss research-based teaching approaches identified as effective in the scholarship of teaching; enhance teaching and learning through the use of instructional technology; and share and discuss just-in-time teaching needs, challenges, and successes experienced in the classroom. Attend one or all. Certificates are provided to those who complete the series. These 90-minute workshops are facilitated twice in Milam 215 at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Registration not required. 

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University of Michigan faculty handbook on mentoring

This guide was developed to address faculty mentoring needs at a research university. It is written for use at a variety of universities. 

University of Michigan student handbook on mentoring

This is meant as a complimentary guide to their faculty handbook on mentoring and helps raise student awareness on how to get the mentoring they desire.

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.

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Writing Feedback

How do you deal with writing feedback? What are the best ways for soliciting it from your major professor? Invited speaker Hugh Kearns, ThinkWell and Flinders University, provides an overview of writing feedback and how to get the most from it. 

Writing help online

The Online Writing Lab (OWL) offers two types of online help:

  • Synchronous sessions take place via Skype video chat. These hour-long sessions allow students to connect and interact with a tutor face-to-face, just like in the physical Writing Center. Writers who are working on larger, more involved projects are welcome to schedule multiple consultations on a recurring basis.
  • Asynchronous sessions take place via email. Students can submit a draft electronically and receive attentive, thoughtful feedback tailored to their specific needs. Tutors will respond to student writing within 48 hours, though it may take a little longer during exceptionally busy points in the term.
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