Whether you're a new incoming student to Oregon State University or you've been here for years, there are many resources to assist you in building community, achieving academic success and supporting your education during your time here.


Can't find what you're looking for here? Check out a full list of resources on the OSU Experience website.


The College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) is a federally funded program designed to support students from migrant and seasonal farm worker backgrounds during their first year of college. Learn how to apply on their website!

Disability Access Services (DAS) offers a wide range of resources and services to students, faculty, staff and visitors with disabilities at Oregon State University. DAS also offers educational services for anyone who wants to learn how to make campus more accessible.

Diversity & Cultural Engagement works to challenge cultural norms within and outside of the university and oversees the seven cultural resource centers on campus. The cultural resource centers include:

The Educational Opportunities Program (EOP) supports undergraduate domestic students who come from historically underrepresented backgrounds through a variety of programming and resources. Apply to the program on their website!

The College of Engineering's Center for Diversity and Inclusion provides resources to student populations who are underrepresented within engineering. Visit their website to learn more about their programs or contact their office.


The Academic Success Center provides tutoring, writing tips, advice on studying and more. You can meet with a strategist on campus or by phone, or visit their office without any appointment needed!

The Career Development Center offers support in anything career-related, whether it's working on a résumé or cover letter, finding an internship or connecting with employers. Visit them online or on campus to find out how you can get a head start on your career.

The Office of Student Orientation aims to facilitate the transition process for new undergraduate students and their family members to Oregon State. Find information and programs for first-year students and transfer students on their website.

The Office of Financial Aid provides information on filling out applications and loans, scholarships, eligibility for aid and more. For a comprehensive list of resources and advice, visit their office or website.