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The Academic Success Center (ASC) creates opportunities for students to learn how to learn throughout their academic careers. Our services support students as they practice skills and habits for academic success, learn with and from their peers, and reflect on their ongoing development as scholars.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides a variety of services to the OSU community to address the challenges and difficulties students face. These services are designed to help students understand themselves better, create and maintain satisfying relationships, improve their academic performance, and make healthy and satisfying career and life choices.
If you have an immediate need outside normal business hours, a licensed mental health counselor will be available via phone by calling CAPS at 541-737-2131.
Disability Access Services (DAS) provides accommodations, education, consultation and advocacy for qualified students with disabilities at Oregon State University. DAS works with students at OSU, OSU-Cascades, across Oregon and around the world through the OSU E-campus program.
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 childcare opportunities to campus lactation rooms to elder care.
Mission: To provide direct service, outreach, education, and referral services to OSU students that help alleviate the effects of hunger, poverty, and other human needs so that students can pursue a quality education.
The Textbook Lending Program allows eligible students the opportunity to check out required textbooks at no cost for the entire academic term. Note that veterans are allowed to access loans during the Priority Access period.
If your cabinets are a little empty, you're skipping meals or otherwise stressed about food, the HSRC has resources to help.
No student should have to worry about homelessness, eviction or couch surfing when midterms, keeping your GPA up, and getting to work is already stressful enough. The HSRC has resources to help.