Student wellness leads to deeper, more inspired learning. We provide students with safety, security and a sense of belonging, plus programming that supports the development of healthy physical, mental, emotional and social habits. We guide students in their self-discovery as they reach beyond themselves to create change. We work with students as they strive to find balance in their lives, connect to community and make thoughtful life choices.
Supporting Our Students

College is a time of self-discovery, new relationships and intellectual curiosity. But, for some, it can also be a time of personal crises, mental health struggles and academic difficulties. Student Care strives to alleviate these stressors by providing resources and referrals, and helping problem solve within the campus community. Faculty, staff and families can find support and assistance for students too. Working together, Student Care, Counseling & Psychological Services, Student Health Services, academic support programs and other division units offer a myriad of resources to support students through challenges.

 

Fostering Health

Student Health Services helps students get well and stay well so they can focus on classes and college life, offering resources like a medical advice line, nutrition counseling and injury care. Staff are also health educators and prevention specialists providing important services through the Prevention & Wellness team and the Survivor Advocacy & Resource Center. Division partners work together to foster a holistic view of health that includes staying active, getting enough sleep, eating well and connecting to community. A division collaboration, the Wellness Nook strives to make mental and physical health more accessible to students seeking support.

Well-Being Spotlight: Human Services Resource Center

Classes. Homework. Tests. Friends. Clubs. Events. Now add “next meal” or “place to sleep” to the mix. The Human Services Resource Center knows that there is already enough going on in college without having to worry about meeting basic needs. At the HSRC, food insecure students have access to a well-stocked food pantry, professional-grade kitchen and fresh produce from a community garden. Not to mention showers, washers and dryers and a textbook lending program. No student should go without food, shelter and other essentials, and the HSRC works hard so that they don’t have to.

 

Division Resources for Students

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Beavers Give a Dam is an interactive bystander program to prevent sexual violence. This skill building workshop offered by the Prevention & Wellness team in Student Health Services is customizable for different communities and aims to increase participants' motivation and confidence to intervene.

Happiness and the pursuit there of are a constant source of conversation and intrigue. This short course available in Canvas uses theories within positive psychology, flourishing and mindfulness literature. There are four modules, focusing on mental health and well-being; purposeful or career well-being; mindset and personal strengths; and mindfulness meditation. 

Committed to improving students’ lives through counseling, resources for managing stress and improving self-esteem, and mindfulness practices, Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) is here to help you flourish — whereever you are. CAPS is currently offering many online wellness resources and remote services, including on-going individual counseling and the Single Session Clinic for one-time appointments focused on a particular concern or problem. 

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The Craft Center supports and promotes a creative outlet of expression for students and other members of the university community by providing a dynamic environment, resources and arts programs in which people can foster their own creativity. Visit our website for ways to engage. 

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Disability Access Services facilitates access to university programs and services for students with disabilities through accommodations, education, consultation and advocacy. DAS provides support to all Oregon State University students, including on- and off-campus students and students at OSU-Cascades.

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The Family Resource Center is here to support families at the OSU Corvallis campus. We offer many online resources including information on child care subsidies, breastfeeding/lactation rooms and upcoming events.

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Check out the hours for dining locations on the Corvallis campus as well as menus and special dietary information.

Students who are working toward recovery from addiction can find care in this peer support community that offers resources and support. 

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Recreational Sports runs many campus facilities — including Dixon Recreation Center, McAlexander Fieldhouse and Student Legacy Park — with a focus on involving students and increasing physical activity. Learn about what adjustments have been made to our services due to COVID-19 on our website. 

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Explore spiritual development and intersections with values, identity and purpose.

Many students face difficult times during college — unexpected life events, personal crises, mental health struggles, and academic difficulties are examples of challenges that can interfere with college success. Student Care is designed to help students learn and understand OSU policies and procedures, problem solve within the university community and access referrals for personal matters or emergencies.

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Student Health Services offers a broad range of clinical and prevention services, including primary care services, wellness coaching and educational outreach. Visit our website for updates to our services and health information related to COVID-19. 

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The OSU Survivor Advocacy & Resource Center is committed to providing safe and confidential support to students impacted by different forms of violence — from wherever you are. With the goal of empowering survivors to make informed choices, the center serves as a first point of contact for survivors and their allies. Visit our website for information on how to access our services. 

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University Housing & Dining Services (UHDS) is committed to providing a living and dining environment that enriches your time at OSU and supports your academic pursuits.

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Wellness coaches work with clients in the areas of health, fitness and wellness including physical activity, nutrition, weight management, stress and life satisfaction. A wellness coach facilitates a process, by which a person can move toward desired goals in a fulfilling manner. Schedule a remote appointment today. 

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