July 14th, 2014
Juniors, it’s never too early to start doing college research… not research in college, but research as to what college you want to attend! Now is the time to schedule your campus visit. If you consider yourself an “eager beaver” check out our campus visit website here, and get a feel for the campus atmosphere and its wonderful amenities.
We offer 90-minute guided walking tours of campus led by a current student, which include viewing a residence hall room and campus housing and dining information. Tours are available Monday through Friday at 9:00 and 11:00 AM and 1:00 and 3:00 PM. Other campus visit options include College of Engineering, University Honors College, and College of Science specific tours.
Come see what an OSU student’s typical day is like NOW!
This is Beaver Nation!
July 9th, 2014
If you find yourself on campus midday on Wednesday, July 9 you’re in for a treat!
Here to bring you a break from your diligent time spent studying during summer session, Army ROTC, MURFS, Adventure Leadership Institute, CAPS, Student Health Services, and Healthy Campus Initiative will be hosting a Summer Fun Break.
From 11am to 2pm on the MU Quad you will find activities such as bungee trampolines, neck massages, NorthPorch Café samples, an obstacle course, and much more!
For more on the Summer Fun Break – check out the Summer Session website.
July 1st, 2014
Congratulations class of 2014 and welcome to Beaver Nation! Here at the Office of Admissions, we hope you are enjoying your summer and looking forward to seeing you on campus during your START orientation.
This is just a friendly reminder that if you have not yet done so, please be sure to have your official final high school transcript sent to our office as soon as possible. Also, be sure to send official AP and IB test scores to the Office of Admissions to be awarded any eligible academic credit. If you have earned any college credit while in high school, send in those official transcripts as well! All test scores must come directly from the testing agency to be considered official.
Office of Admissions
Oregon State University
104 Kerr Administration Building
Corvallis, OR 97331
June 25th, 2014
On June 25th Oregon State University’s College of Public Health and Human Sciences became the first, and only accredited program in the state of Oregon.
The accreditation is from the Council on Education for Public health, an independent agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education to accredit schools of public health and public health programs outside schools of public health. Receiving accreditation means that experts in the field of public health agree that the College of Public Health and Human Sciences is of high quality; has the curriculum, faculty and resources needed to continue meeting high standards; and produces graduates that have the knowledge and skills to succeed in their fields.
This makes OSU the only accredited public health school in-between Seattle at San Francisco. Learn more about our College of Public Health and Human Sciences.
June 6th, 2014
Today is Friday of week 10 of the term and National Doughnut Day. To celebrate the end of Spring Term and National Doughnut Day, Oregon State’s College of Science sponsored a study break with free coffee and VooDoo doughnuts!
Good luck on all of your exams!
June 6th, 2014
June 14th will mark OSU’s 145th Annual Commencement. The ceremony will start at 10:30am in Reser Stadium. For those of you not able to attend Commencement in person, it will be streamed live on OPB Plus as well as via OSU Live.
Congratulations to the graduating students! Go out into the world and represent Beaver Nation wherever you end up – welcome to the world of being an OSU alumni.
June 4th, 2014
If you plan on living on campus this fall, the time to select your residence hall and room has arrived!
In order to select your room you must have a signed housing contract, paid the ATD, and registered for START (summer orientation).
Click here for more information on University Housing
New students who are part of living-learning communities may select rooms for the corresponding building from June 2nd-11th; see below for the specific times for each program. All room selection processes open at 2 p.m. on the first day indicated:
June 2 – June 4, 2014:
University Honors College: West Hall
Austin Entrepreneurship Program: Weatherford Hall
June 4 – June 6, 2014:
Engineering: Buxton and Hawley Halls
Global Village: International Living-Learning Center
June 9 – June 10, 2014:
Arts and Social Justice: Wilson Hall
Health and Well-Being: McNary
Substance Free: McNary Hall
June 10 – June 11, 2014:
Civic Engagement: Bloss Hall
ROTC: Finley Hall
Once this period has passed, all other new students may begin the selection process in eligible buildings based on availability and housing application date; this period is from June 11th– 16th.
If you are not sure which day and time you can begin the selection process, look back at your completed housing application to find earliest time displayed.
If you do not select a room on your own during one of these periods, one will be assigned for you based on date of application.
May 22nd, 2014
Earlier this month Oregon State Students competed in the annual Formula SAE competition with over 100 other teams from countries around the world. Austria, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Mexico, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, United Arab Emirates, Venezuela and the United States all sent teams to the competition at the Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, MI.
Out of the the 100 plus teams Oregon State received a score of 876.6 clinching the top spot. Technical University of Munich finished second and Universitat Stuttgart finished in third.
Throughout the four day competition, students and machine were judged on a series of static and dynamic events including: technical inspection, cost, presentation and engineering design, solo performance trials, and high performance track endurance.
May 21st, 2014
Next week we have a packed music showdown on campus that you won’t want to miss!
First, to get everyone started, Battle of the Bands is taking place on Friday, May 30th from 4:30p-10:30pm at the MU Quad and will be featuring a number of different student, faculty, and community-based groups. Stop by anytime during the event and you are sure to catch some great music and even a few rays of sunshine.
The next day, Saturday, May 31st, Mike Posner will be headlining DAM JAM from 7:00pm-11:00pm at the MU Quad. Tickets are FREE for all OSU students and $10 pre-sale for non-students. You can pick-up/purchase your tickets now in MU 103.
Make sure to contact the MUPC Office with any questions: 541-737-6872.
Event website: http://oregonstate.edu/mupc/mupc-battle-bands-flat-tail-music-festival
May 20th, 2014
Courtesy: Oregon State Athletics
Oregon State University makes way for a new era… the Wayne Tinkle era. After recently firing OSU Men’s Basketball coach Craig Robinson, Bob De Carolis (Director of Athletics) interviewed several candidates, and ultimately announced Monday that Wayne Tinkle would take over as head coach.
Tinkle comes from Montana where he was the head coach of the Grizzlies for eight seasons. In his time at Montana he won 158 games, the second most in school history. He led the Grizzlies to Big Sky regular-season titles in 2010, 2012 and 2013 and Big Sky Tournament championships in 2012 and 2013. Tinkle’s only work experience comes from Montana where he also attended as a student athlete earning his B.S. in Health and Human Performance.
So why do we believe Winkle is the solution to our struggling men’s basketball team? Craig Robinson served as head coach for six seasons and only totaled a losing record of 94-105, and 39-69 in the PAC-12. Last season we broke even with a 16-16 record ending with a loss in the first round of the College Basketball Invitational. Wayne Tinkle led the Grizzlies to Big Sky regular-season titles in 2010, 2012 and 2013 and Big Sky Tournament championships in 2012 and 2013. He also attended the NCAA tournament in 2010, 2012 and 2013… the beavers have not made an appearance since 1990. Recently, his team went 25-7 in 2011-12 and 2012-13. We are hoping that he can bring a high level of success to OSU.