The Educational Opportunities Program leads several programs & efforts that aim to offer holistic support to students who have traditionally been denied equal access to higher education. Students may participate in these communities with or without applying to EOP. Browse the various programs listed, and reach out to an academic counselor if you are unsure of which will best support you.

Dr. Lawrence Griggs Office of Black & Indigenous Student Success

Creates rich and intentional collaboration across campus to increase access and academic success of African American & Indigenous students


Dedicated to increasing the number of traditionally underrepresented students successfully completing STEM baccalaureate degrees

Dreamers & Undocumented Students

Provides resources for DREAMers and Undocumented students at the Dreaming Beyond Borders Resource Center

Men's Development & Engagement

Offers programming & mentorship to support male-identified student success & explore healthy masculinity

Beaver Connect

Connects first-year & transfer students in their first year at OSU to mentoring teams with faculty and peers


Includes volunteers from across campus dedicated to supporting and amplifying the voices of first-generation students at OSU

Living-Learning Communities

munk-skukum Indigenous & Nia Black Scholar housing offer community building and cultural identity exploration

smaller courses

Offers opportunities to interact with instructors and classmates and actively participate in your learning

Student Employment

Search open listings for student jobs with EOP and other great partners in and out of Waldo Hall

Get Social!

Follow EOP and our programs on various social media platforms to stay tuned into the most current happenings!

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Additional Student Support Programs at OSU

Helpful Resources for Students

In addition to providing our own resources for our students, we connect students with other resources across campus that facilitate success:

Talk to an EOP academic counselor to learn which resources may best assist you.

Cultural Resource Centers

Diversity & Cultural Engagement oversees seven cultural resource centers on campus where students can gain additional support, build community and participate in various events.