Financial Aid


Services Provided:

  • FAFSA info 
  • Scholarship/ Payment info


International Affairs


Services Provided: 

  • Central campus resource for hosting international visitors and/or hiring international employees
  • Advising international scholars & faculty on visa and immigration issues
  • Provides resources to faculty, staff and students preparing to travel on behalf of OSU 


Housing and Dining


Services Provided:

  • University housing and dining services offers support for first year students living on campus 
  • If you need to move out of your dorm early, change rooms or dorms, or edit your meal plan university housing and dining services are here to help 


Human Services Resource Center (HSRC)


Services Provided:

  • Intermediary services between students and agencies that provide rental assistance, utility assistance, food stamps, childcare, food boxes, and health insurance 
  • Workshops, seminars, and opportunities for internships and employment 
  • Connection to community service opportunities 
  • Assistance in maintaining health insurance through the university 
  • Applications for food stamps 
  • Applications for Mealbux (Mealbux provides low-income students with a food stipend each term that can be used in any café, food court, and dining hall on campus)  
  • OSU emergency food pantry  (see website for hours of operation) 

500 Snell Hall


Services Provided:

  • 24-hour crisis hotline  
  • Individual counseling 
  • Couples counseling 
  • Group counseling  
  • Consultation  
  • Outreach (CAPS hold workshops and presentations on a wide variety of topics that include stress management, sexual assault, and suicide prevention to name a few) 
  • Mind Spa (students can come and relax their mind with massage chairs, meditation resources, light therapy, and biofeedback technology)  
  • Psychiatric services  
  • Light therapy loans 


Suicide Prevention and Help 
  • National Suicide Prevention Hotline (1-800-273-8255) 
  • LGBTQ Suicide Hotline (866-488-7386) 
  • National Mental Health Association (1-800-989-6642) 
  • National Institute of Mental Health (1-800-421-4211) 
  • American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (1-888-333-2377) 
  • American Association for Suicidology (202-237-2280) 


Disability Access Services

A200 Kerr Administration


Services Provided:

  • Individual sessions with a DAS Adviser focus on strategies, techniques and resources students can utilize to elevate their success at OSU 
  • Some of the common topics in a student-led Coaching session may include time management, study skills, managing a course load, or navigating the college environment as a student with a disability 
  • There is no set number of Coaching sessions, as they are based on the students need. 


Student Legal Services


Student legal services provides legal advice and representation to OSU students against parties who are not also OSU students 

Services Provided:

  • Immigration 
  • Landlord/tenant disputes 
  • Personal Injury 
  • Credit issues including debtor/creditor matters and collections, and bankruptcy 
  • Consumer problems 
  • Traffic infractions 
  • Criminal charges 
  • Wills & Power of Attorney 
  • Uncontested child custody and uncontested dissolution of marriage cases, including child support determinations 
  • And various miscellaneous matters including employment, and probate, name changes, disability benefits, social security, veterans benefits, and unemployment benefit 


Student Health Services

Main Clinic: Plageman Building

Same-Day Clinic: Tebeau Building

SHS @ Dixon: Dixon Recreation Center


Services Provided:

  • SHS provides a wide variety of clinical, health promotion, prevention, and advocacy services 


ASOSU Office of Advocacy


Services Provided:

  • Code of Conduct violations 
  • Cheating accusations 
  • Grade appeals
  • Graduate student issues 
  • UHDS conduct & contract issues 
  • Student accounts & financial aid 
  • International student issues 
  • Equal Opportunity & Access cases 


Academic Learning Center

125 Waldo Hall


Services Provided:

  • Academic coaching: meet with a coach to improve yourself academically  
  • Writing center: get assistance with writing papers  
  • Supplemental instruction: get through a tough course with study tables and tutors  
  • University exploratory studies program: advisors help students identify the major that is the right fit for the students interests and goals 
  • Academic resources page include OSU library, computer labs, disability access services, and many more  
  • Academic Learning Services courses (ALS): acquire the skills necessary to be successful at OSU with courses like ALS 116 (academic success) and ALS 114 (career decision) 


Career Development Center

First Floor, Kerr Administration Building


Services Provided:

  • Customized career guidance based on your background and your professional goals 
  • College-specific professional workshops and seminars 
  • Career Expo and Career Fairs (offered once per term, three times per year) 
  • Employer Meet-Ups based on industry 
  • Virtual Career Fairs and events  
  • Assistance with professional documents, including resumes, cover letters, and curriculum vitae 


Math Learning Center

108 Kidder Hall


Services Provided:

  • Free drop-in tutoring 
  • Resources like textbooks, calculators, and solution manuals for check-out 
  • Computer lab with mathematical software installed for students with specific math classes   
  • Study area with and coin-operated photo-copy machine 


Mole Hole

3rd Floor Valley Library


Services Provided:

  • The Mole Hole is the general chemistry tutoring space, students can get help with all of their general chemistry needs 
  • TA’s from each section of general chemistry come at specific times to tutor and aid students with general chemistry, see the TA schedule online. 


The Undergrad Research and Writing Studio

Main Floor of Valley Library


Services Provided:

  • Writing assistants can help students with all aspects and stages of the writing process from brainstorming and organization to questions of grammar and usage 
  • Students must make an appointment to receive help with their writing assignments. This can be done by calling the number above or filling out an appointment request form which is provided on their website 


Cultural Centers

Asian & Pacific Cultural Center

Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center

Centro Cultural César Chávez

Ettihad Cultural Center

Native American Longhouse Eena Haws

Pride Center

Hattie Redmond Women and Gender Center

Services Provided 

  • Cultural centers offer students a variety of support and may provide students with a sense of identity and community on campus 
  • Many cultural centers also offer academic tutoring for select subjects for students of all backgrounds and cultural identities. 


Office of Student Life


Services Provided:

  • Promotes educational and developmental opportunities for students to make informed decisions that support their success 
  • They support activism and student care 
  • Include info on FERPA and help students through emergency situations 


Center for Fraternity & Sorority Life (CFSL)


Services Provided:

  • How to conduct legal interviews when hiring a cook or RA 
  • Crisis management 
  • Mediation 
  • Leadership development 
  • Marketing your Greek leadership in the professional world  


Veterans Services

150 Snell Hall


Services Provided:

  • Spouse and family resources 
  • VA education benefits information 
  • State of Oregon Tuition benefits 


Family Resource Center

1030 SW Madison Ave


Services Provided:

  • Waiting room/lounge with children’s toys and books 
  • Free printing for OSU students 
  • Commercial kitchen to prepare food for you and your family 
  • Dining room 
  • Living room with fireplace 
  • Lower lounge with an air hockey table 
  • Secure storage closets 
  • Shower 
  • Lactation room 
  • Laundry facilities 
  • Outside picnic area 




Services Provided:

  • SafeRide offers OSU students an alternate way of transportation home or to campus from campus and various other locations around Corvallis and Philomath areas 
  • SafeRide provides rides to everyone without passing judgment 
  • ONID information must be provided to drivers before being allowed to ride 
  • Students can request a ride with the SafeRide OSU app that students can download from the app store, and for those without a smartphone students can call (541) 737-5000. 




Services Provided:

  • Students are provided with financial, academic, social, and professional support in a coordinated effort to help them achieve their academic and professional goals 
  • Programming includes a residential bridge program for incoming freshman, mentor program, Second-year & Transfer Experience Program, tutoring, workshops, a student center (123 Waldo Hall), and undergraduate research funding 


EOP (Educational Opportunities Program)


Services Provided:

  • Assistance through the admissions process 
  • Assistance in locating financial resources 
  • Orientation to the University 
  • Academic and personal counseling 
  • Courses to help review or fill in gaps in math, reading, and writing 
  • Assistance with finding jobs and internships, writing resumes and cover letters 




Services Provided:

  • Academic Counseling 
  • Tutoring & Peer Mentorship  
  • Student Success Workshops  
  • Career and Professional Development  
  • Assistance with Financial Aid and Scholarship Processes  
  • Service & Leadership Initiatives  
  • Social and Cultural Enrichment Activities  
  • Student Lounge equipped with iMac's and free printing  
  • Term-long check-out of iPads, MacBooks, Chromebooks & Calculators 
  • Advocacy and Support  




Services Provided:

  • Placement testing and academic advising 
  • Free tutoring and mentoring 
  • Personal counseling 
  • Orientation and study skills 
  • Social and cultural activities 
  • Career orientation and job search skills development 
  • Monthly stipend throughout the academic year 
  • Quarterly book allowance 
  • Supplemental aid to reduce debt and meet FAFSA 
  • Internship in residence hall 
  • Health Services 
  • Other services as needed 


DACA Dreaming Beyond Borders Resource Center

Mission: The Dreaming Beyond Borders Resource center aims to create a safe, supportive, welcoming, and inclusive space for undocumented students and students from mixed-status families, at Oregon State University.


  • Refer students to support resources such as academic, legal, and health resources.
  • Provide educational and social programming to students, staff, faculty, OSU community, and external communities.
  • Provide access to Educational Opportunities Program academic counselors.
  • Work closely with Here to Stay and other student advocacy groups.
  • Develop allies through educational events, training, and partnerships

COE   877-257-5182

COA   541-737-2211

COS   541-737-3854