• Academic Achievement: These units — including Academics for Student Athletes, the Academic Success Center, the College Assistance Migrant Program, Cross-Campus Strategic Initiatives, the Educational Opportunities Program, Office of International Services, Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation, New Student Programs & Family Outreach, TRiO Student Support Services, the University Exploratory Studies Program and the Writing Center — work to increase and equalize student success and increase retention through tutoring, coaching and advising services; transition programs that orient new students to campus; and support for underrepresented students. 

  • Career Development Center: The Career Development Center provides comprehensive professional development to all OSU students through numerous services, including presentations, workshops and appointments; the quarterly Career Expo, which brings employers to campus from a variety of disciplines; and Handshake, a networked platform that connects students with employers and thousands of job and internship opportunities.

  • Communications & Marketing: In addition to supporting the marketing needs of the vice provost for student affairs and departments within the division, this office collaborates with division and campus partners on strategic communications to engage students in Oregon State University programs and to share stories about the OSU student experience.
  • Counseling & Psychological Services: Counseling & Psychological Services provides mental health counseling to students, plus consultation, outreach and education to all OSU community members.

  • Family Resource Center: Located in Avery Lodge, the Family Resource Center provides a welcoming place for families to spend time on campus with their children. The center advocates for and supports student, faculty and staff families, with a focus on quality early education and children’s care centers, lactation support and financial assistance. 
  • Memorial Union: The Memorial Union enhances the student experience and cultivates an enduring connection to the institution. We support the OSU community by offering event spaces, dining options, bowling and other recreational activities as well as services such as the ID Center, a Printing and Mailing Services location and ATM machines.

  • Recreational Sports: The Department of Recreational Sports provides an extensive and diverse list of sport, fitness and adventure opportunities to serve the varied recreation preferences and interests of the campus community. More than 400 student employees help manage and run these programs and facilities that welcome an average of 4,100 visitors each day.

  • Student Affairs Assessment: This office is responsible for the leadership and coordination of research, assessment and efforts across the Division of Student Affairs.

  • Student Experience & Engagement: Student Experiences & Engagement is an umbrella organization that creates alignment among the student engagement opportunities offered by the division. SEE — the Craft Center, Diversity & Cultural EngagementOrange Media Network and Student Leadership & Involvement — provides a broad range of programming that contributes to student development, including cultural nights, community service activities and student media opportunities.

  • Student Life: The Office of Student Life helps students build community, facilitates their access to OSU, assists them in navigating resources and supports their empowerment. The units located within OSL include ASOSU Advising, ASOSU SafeRide, ASOSU Student Advocacy, Center for Fraternity & Sorority Life, Corvallis Community Relations, Disability Access Services, Human Services Resource Center, Military & Veteran Resources, Student Care and Student Conduct & Community Standards. We are here to help when life happens and are honored to serve OSU students!

  • Student Health Services: Student Health Services leads campus health and wellness efforts with the goal to create safe and supportive campus environments and enhance student success through student-centered care. SHS’s team of highly-qualified and compassionate professionals educates, empowers, and cares for students, while building skills and capacities for lifelong health and well-being.

  • University Housing & Dining Services: University Housing & Dining Services offers on-campus residents a connection from the moment they arrive to campus. UHDS facilities include 15 residence halls, three dining centers, an on-campus grocery store and one family housing complex, providing students with connections to residential staff, academic support services, healthy dining options and leadership opportunities right where they live.

  • Vice Provost for Student Affairs: The Office of the Vice Provost for Student Affairs provides centralized support and strategic guidance to the more than 30 departments that encompass the division. The vice provost provides oversight to the co-curricular student experience at Oregon State University as well as serving as a university leader contributing to student success strategies and initiatives across campus.

  • Youth Safety & Compliance: The Office of Youth Safety & Compliance oversees youth policies and guidelines and ensures accurate accounting of the youth participating in OSU programs. Safety processes and the compliance structure focus on the protection of minors, who are not enrolled in OSU classes, but participate in OSU youth programs on and off campus.