In addition to providing our own resources for our students, we connect students with other support services across campus that facilitate success:
To learn which resources may best assist you, talk to an EOP academic counselor or find more information through the Oregon State Experience site.
Diversity & Cultural Engagement oversees seven cultural resource centers on campus where students can gain additional support, build community and participate in various events.
Counseling & Psychological Services provides resources for students with historically underrepresented identities on campus.
The Educational Opportunities Program works closely with the Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP), Beaver Connect, the College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP), and TRIO Student Support Services (TRIO-SSS). Note, students may not be enrolled in more than one of these programs at a time, including EOP. Students should visit each program’s website or office to determine eligibility and what will best serve their needs.
CAMP is a federally-funded program designed to support students from seasonal farmworker backgrounds during their first-year of college. The program provides personal, financial and academic support for students, as well as social and cultural enrichment activities. CAMP students also have an opportunity to participate in a summer orientation program. Students must meet federally mandated guidelines to qualify as being from a seasonal farmworker background. Visit the CAMP website for more information on eligibility and application information.
Funded by the National Science Foundation, the LSAMP program at Oregon State University is dedicated to increasing the number of traditionally underrepresented students successfully completing science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) baccalaureate degree programs. LSAMP also works to increase the number of students interested in and qualified for undergraduate research and graduate level studies. Learn more about LSAMP and how to apply on the LSAMP website.
TRIO SSS is a federally-funded program which provides services to students who meet at least one of the following criteria: 1) being from the first generation in their family in college (neither parent has a four year degree); 2) meeting low-income guidelines; 3) having either a physical or learning disability. Services offered by TRIO SSS include a summer bridge program for new students, academic skills assessment, supplemental academic and personal advising and more. Visit the TRIO SSS website for more information on services and to find out how to apply.