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Office of Student Life

Dan Larson, Associate Vice Provost for Student Affairs and Interim Dean of Student Life
dan.larson@oregonstate.edu

Melissa Morgan, Assistant Dean of Student Life
Melissa.Morgan@oregonstate.edu

150 Snell Hall
Oregon State University
Corvallis, OR 97331-8659
541-737-8748
Website: http://studentlife.oregonstate.edu/

The Office of Student Life (OSL) CAREs for students by building COMMUNITY for students, facilitating ACCESS for students, navigating RESOURCES for students and supporting EMPOWERMENT for students. We assist students in the resolution of problems and concerns, provide information about and referral to campus resources, and promote initiatives that address students' needs and interests. We also serve as a resource for parents, families, faculty and staff in supporting student success from the First-Year Experience program through graduation.


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Childcare and Family Resources

Amy LuhnDirector 
amy.luhn@oregonstate.edu

Kristi KingStudent Family Coordinator  
kristi.king@oregonstate.edu

Erika WoosleyProgram Assistant
Erika.woosley@oregonstate.edu

Avery Lodge
541-737-4906
Website: http://childcare.oregonstate.edu/ 
Office of Student Life 

The Childcare and Family Resources office supports parents at OSU by advocating for student parent needs, as well as the needs of all parents and caregivers on campus and by providing direct services, child care and other family-centered resources in support of a parent’s academic and professional success. We oversee Beaver Beginnings, the campus child care center; provide free short-term drop-off child care for students with children; provide lactation rooms across campus and lactation support information; administer student and faculty/staff child care subsidy programs; provide monthly parenting education and support opportunities; and host special events for families, in addition to other services and resources. The Childcare and Family Resources office is primarily student fee funded and is directed by an advisory board of students, faculty and staff.

Our Little Village (OLV) is a short-term drop-off child care center with two locations on campus, open evenings and weekends. Drop-off child care enables student parents to take advantage of two important resources on campus: The Valley Library and Dixon Recreation Center. Any currently enrolled student may drop off their child aged 6 months to 10 years old. The free service is paid for by student fees. In The Valley Library, parents must remain in the building while their child is in care. In Dixon Recreation Center, parents may leave the facility and work or study elsewhere on campus.


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Corvallis Community Relations

Jonathan Stoll, Director 
jonathan.stoll@oregonstate.edu 
B066 Kerr Administration Bldg. 
541-737-8606
Website: http://studentlife.oregonstate.edu/ccr 
Office of Student Life 

Corvallis Community Relations enhances neighborhood livability and inspires a shared responsibility for creating a healthy, inclusive OSU-Corvallis community. We connect students with community resources to foster good neighborly behavior and educational tools to educate tenants of their rights and responsibilities. Corvallis ranks among the nation's top college towns and best places to live. Through collaboration, communication, education, and celebration, CCR helps to keep it that way.

  • Collaboration: Establish synergistic community-university partnerships with key stakeholders. Create valuable partnerships with community stakeholders to achieve shared or mutually agreed upon results.
  • Education: Implement programming and outreach to inform off-campus students of city ordinances, tenant rights, conduct processes and the value of positive civil behavior.
  • Communication: Build and restore internal and external communication channels to effectively disseminate information and liaise with off-campus living groups.
  • Celebration: Highlight the substantial contributions of OSU and its students to the local community.


Live Smart Workshops

While the independence of living on one’s own may be liberating, managing new challenges and increased responsibilities can be challenging. Live Smart Workshops provide OSU students with the tools to transition to living off-campus and to live smarter—to be respectful, good neighbors. Workshop topics include local laws and ordinances, tips on hosting responsible parties, safety and security, financial literacy, and tenant rights and responsibilities. Students who attend the Live Smart Workshop and pass the corresponding online Preferred Renters Exam are eligible to receive a $50 rental deposit discount with properties participating in the Preferred Renters program.


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Disability Access Services

Martha Smith, Director
A200 Kerr Administration Bldg.
541-737-4098
martha.smith@oregonstate.edu
541-737-7354 FAX
Disability.services@oregonstate.edu
Website: http://ds.oregonstate.edu/home/
Accessibility Website: http://oregonstate.edu/accessibility/ 
Office of Student Life 

The Disability Access Services office (DAS) offers an array of services to students with documented disabilities. Services include, but are not limited to, note taking, sign language interpreting, real-time transcribing, alternative testing, captioning media for accessibility, and conversion of text into Braille, digital (for audio access) text and tactile images. DAS can also assist with registration, disability-related housing needs, and access to OSU community events. DAS offers two scholarships for students with physical disabilities or sensory disabilities (hearing loss or visual impairment). DAS also assists the Office Equal Opportunity and Access in supporting faculty, staff and other members of the OSU community with access consultation and accommodation requests.


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Fraternities and Sororities (Greek Life)

Leslie C. Schacht Drey, Director
Student Experience Center, Room 314
541-737-5459
Leslie.SchachtDrey@oregonstate.edu
Website: http://studentlife.oregonstate.edu/cfsl 
Office of Student Life

Oregon State University is host to 45 different fraternities and sororities representing three governing councils of the College Fraternity Movement. The Greek experience on the OSU campus places emphasis on academic achievement, community building, community service, service learning, and preparing the Greek students for leadership roles following graduation.

The Greek community participates in leadership roles as ASOSU officers, Barometer staff members, MUPC chairs, resident assistants, and varsity athletes.

Representing approximately 12 percent of the undergraduate student population, the Greek community at OSU has provided 100 continuous years of excellence in service and support to Oregon State University.

Students interested in exploring membership in a fraternity or sorority may contact the Center for Fraternity & Sorority Life at Student Experience Center, Room 314, Corvallis, OR 97331; 541-737-5459, or visit our website for additional information, http://studentlife.oregonstate.edu/cfsl


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Human Resources Service Center (HSRC)

Nicole Hindes, HSRC Coordinator
nicole.hindes@oregonstate.edu 
Avery Lodge
541-737-3747
Website: http://studentlife.oregonstate.edu/hsrc 
Office of Student Life 

The Human Services Resource Center provides direct service, outreach, education, and referral services to OSU students facing hunger, housing problems, and poverty. Our aim is to ensure basic human needs are met so that students can pursue a quality education. We also work to create a dynamic learning environment in which students, faculty, and the community can learn how to best address current pressing challenges facing college students.

The HSRC provides the following services:

  • Intermediary services between students and agencies that offer rental assistance, food stamps, food boxes, and health insurance.
  • Food Pantry offering emergency food to students in need.
  • Textbook Lending Program helping connect eligible students to free textbooks (as well as other affordable ways for everyone to obtain textbooks).
  • Workshops, seminars, and opportunities for internships and employment.
  • Connecting students to Service-Learning and community service opportunities.
  • Help with applications for food stamps.

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Military and Veteran Resources Advisor

William Elfering, MVRA
541-737-7662
william.elfering@oregonstate.edu
Website: http://studentlife.oregonstate.edu/veterans
Office of Student Life

The Military and Veteran Resources Advisor (MVRA) advocates for student-veterans to receive targeted support in navigating campus resources and pursuing academic goals and advises about internal and external support programs. The MVRA collaborates with School Certifying Officials to counsel students and parents concerning eligibility and benefits available under various programs at the local, state, regional, and federal level. The MVRA maintains an informative Military and Veteran Resources website and corresponds with prospective, currently enrolled, and alumni student-veterans to provide them with the latest news on benefits, processes, and procedures from the Veterans Administration.


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New Student Programs & Family Outreach

Leslee Mayers, Director
leslee.mayers@oregonstate.edu

TBD, First-Year Experience Coordinator

Natalie Rooney, Orientation Coordinator
natalie.rooney@oregonstate.edu 

TBD, Office Manager

A150 Kerr Administration
541-737-7627
Website: http://newstudents.oregonstate.edu/
Office of Student Life

New Student Programs & Family Outreach supports the college transition process with educational programs and outreach for new OSU students and their families. New Student Programs & Family Outreach coordinates new student orientations and Welcome Week programs, as well as parent/family outreach through orientations, events, websites and the OSU Parent & Family Association.


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Student Conduct and Community Standards

Carol Millie, Director
Willie Morgan, Assistant Director
150 Snell Hall
541-737-3656
SCCS@oregonstate.edu
Website: http://studentlife.oregonstate.edu/studentconduct/ 
Office of Student Life 

Student Conduct and Community Standards serves as the central coordinating office for violations of University Student Conduct Regulations. The office acts on reports of possible violations from law enforcement, faculty and staff or others. The program provides conflict resolution support for students, faculty, and staff as well as staff training.


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