The Academic Success Center is a student-centered place where students can go for assistance and to get questions answered. Some of the services offered include Academic Coaching, Supplemental Instruction, and Academic Learning Services (ALS) classes.
Career Services helps students learn about their individual interests, goals, and strengths through counseling, experiential opportunities, and employment. Students may utilize Career Services to aid in their search for on campus employment, career-related internships, or full time employment after graduation. Through career fairs, workshops, and networking and etiquette events, the Career Services office can help prepare you for your job search.
The College Assistance Migrant Program is a federally-funded program designed to support students whose history includes migrant/seasonal agricultural work. The program provides financial and academic support to first-year freshman with the goal of preparing them for further success in college.
Disability Access Services facilitates access to University programs and services through accommodations, education, consultation, and advocacy.
The Diversity Development Center is home to the six cultural centers that are housed on Oregon State University's campus.
The Educational Opportunities Program was created at Oregon State University in 1969 to provide support for historically underserved students. These include students of color, older than average students (25+), students with disabilities, students who are single parents, low-income students, student who have been rurally isolated, veterans, first generation in college (neither parent graduated), or any student whose life experiences have impacted their access to education.
You've got big dreams for your future. And Oregon State University can help put your future within reach. That includes paying for college. Almost everyone, regardless of income, can qualify for some form of financial aid. The Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships can guide you through the application process, and help you explore your options so you can achieve your dreams.
Intercultural Student Services is committed to the access and retention of underrepresented and multiple identity students by providing facilities, cultural programs, activities, support services, and leadership development opportunities. ISS is also home to OSU's American Indian Initiatives, Asian and Pacific Islander American Student Services, CASA Latina/o de OSU, Ujima Education Office, Office of Diversity Development, LGBT Outreach & Services, Pride Center, and the Women's Center.
New Student Programs & Family Outreach strives to serve as a campus leader in supporting the transition process for new students, as well as their family members, through educational programs and outreach. In order to support your transition to OSU, NSPFO offers a three step process called the "Beaver Nation Migration". The Beaver Nation Migration includes: START, CONNECT, and a first-year student seminar, U-ENGAGE.
The UHDS Diversity Initiative is intended to increase the level of comfort, satisfaction, and academic success for students from historically underrepresented communities and thereby increase the student recruitment and retention. University Housing and Dining Services staff members foster support and advocate for an increasingly inclusive environment and community through understanding, enhancing, promoting, and celebrating the uniqueness of our student residents and department staff.
The purpose of Women & Minorities in Engineering Office is to encourage women and minorities to join the promising field of engineering. Historically, engineering has gained the reputation of an un-diverse field. WME is here to change that and to bring a new, fresher face to engineering.