Get Your Transcripts and Test Scores In!

February 3rd, 2014

The priority application deadline for Fall 2014 applicants passed over this weekend and we are looking forward to all the students that will hopefully join Beaver Nation this fall! If you have applied to Oregon State and have yet to send in your official transcripts and official SAT and/or ACT test scores, the deadline to receive those documents to the Office of Admissions is Monday, February 17th. Test scores must come officially from the testing agency and transcripts can be officially mailed or faxed from your school to:

104 Kerr Administration Building | Corvallis, OR 97333 | fax: 541-737-2482

If you have any questions, please feel free to call the Office of Admissions at 1-800-291-4192 or contact your Admissions Adviser.

Go Beavs!

- AG |

OSU Celebrates Black History Month 2014

January 28th, 2014

Only a few days are left in January, so be sure to get your admissions applications in by Feb. 1! February also marks Black History Month and various student organizations have planned out a series of fun and informative events all throughout the month in celebration. One event, hosted by the Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center, is called “Jeopardy and Wings” on Thursday, February 27th at 5:00-6:30pm. This event will provide a fun and educational platform in the form of a game show that will educate participants around contributions of black people in America. Light refreshments will be provided and this will take place in the temporary BCC on the 4th floor of Snell Hall.

Here are some other events that the Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center will be hosting in celebration:

  • Monday, Feb. 17th: A Taste of Multicultural Foods, Snell Kitchen, 4:30-6:00pm
  • Tuesday, Feb. 18th: Figures, Facts and Identities to Match: BCC Snell 427, 5:30-6:30pm
  • Thursday, Feb. 20th: Black/Polynesian Panthers, APCC, 5:30-7:30pm
  • Tuesday, Febr. 25th: Black History Month Dinner, MU Ballroom, 5:00-7:00pm

Be sure to check online for more events throughout the month!

Go Beavs!


Stay Caught Up With #BeaverVIP

January 28th, 2014

As admissions decisions rush in, scholarship deadlines approach, and the confusing lists of ‘next steps to complete’ begin to pile up, we want to make sure that our Future Beavers aren’t left in confusion.

Our Office of Admissions Advisers have created two social media accounts to help our (current and future) students stay caught up on all things OSU; whether the February 1st deadline almost slipped your mind, or you are interested in participating in special events on campus, these sites will help you stay in the know.  We are utilizing both Twitter and Instagram under the handle “beaverVIP” and encourage you to follow us on both!

If you find that you have specific questions, we urge you to reach out to your regional Admissions Adviser. By selecting a state on the map attached you will find the contact information for your Adviser: Find Your Admissions Adviser and Events in Your Area.

And of course, Go Beavs!

Student at the entrance of the International Living-Learning Center (ILLC)



Next Steps

January 27th, 2014

Hey future Beavers,

We are excited that you are going to be joining Beaver Nation. There are a few more ‘Next Steps’ needed to be ready for the fall.

1. Pay your Advanced Tuition Deposit(ATD): The ATD is a $200 deposit if you intend to enroll.   You will need this to sign up for START.

2.  Sign up for START session (Fall Term Only) Summer Advising and Registration Program

3.  Apply for on-campus housing

May 1st – June 1st: New Students with completed housing applications before May 1st may sign an electronic contract if they have completed #1 and #2 above

4.  Room Selection

June 2nd – June 16th: new OSU students who completed and singed a housing application may select rooms

5. Attend CONNECT: new student program designed to help you transition into OSU’s community


If you have any questions about these next steps please feel free to contact our office.


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Texas Spring 2014 National College Fairs

January 21st, 2014

Spring is just around the corner and it is time to begin your college search process. For those of you in Texas or surrounding areas, a representative from Oregon State University will be in the great state of Texas to talk with prospective students. All are invited to learn more about Oregon State University and get your questions answered about the admissions process. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to talk to an Admissions Adviser about potentially joining Beaver Nation.

Dates, time and locations are listed below. Click the fair to learn more:

Dallas/Ft. Worth National College Fair- Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas, Monday, February 10th at 4pm

Austin National College Fair- Austin Convention Center, Tuesday, February 11th at 5:30pm

San Antonio Regional College Fair- Trinity University, Wednesday, February 12th at 6pm

Houston National College Fair- Reliant Center, Thursday, February 13th at 9:30am & 6pm

This is Beaver Nation.


Oregon Transfer Days

January 16th, 2014

This week the Oregon University System (OUS) kicks off the annual Oregon Transfer Days. Throughout the month of January and February the OUS will be hosting college fairs at each of the community colleges in the state of Oregon. The events are geared towards students who are interested in making the transition from a two year to a four year institute, but all students are welcome to stop by. Check out the Oregon Transfer Days Schedule for a fair near you!

For students interested in Oregon State University’s Degree Partnership Program (DPP), Rick DeBellis the Student Services Manager for DPP will be available at the OSU table each fair. Click for more info on DPP at Oregon State University.

Go Beavs!




Priority Application Deadline for Admission: February 1!

January 14th, 2014

Attention Fall 2014 applicants! The priority deadline for admission consideration is February 1st:

  • A complete application consists of the application, fee, and all required support documents (i.e. transcripts, test scores, citizenship documents, etc.).
  • New freshmen wishing to be considered for admission as part of the Priority Application round must apply by February 1. Documents required to make a student’s file complete must be received by the Office of Admissions by February 17th.
  • Online applications must be submitted before 11:59 p.m. Pacific Time to meet the deadline.
  • You are responsible for submitting all materials well in advance of the deadline in order to avoid complications/delays in delivery and because additional information may be required before your application can be fully processed and reviewed.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding your application, please contact your Admissions Adviser or the Office of Admissions at 1-800-291-4192.

Happy applying and go Beavs!



MLK Day of Service

January 13th, 2014

MLK Day of Service

MLK Day of Service

Oregon State’s Martin Luther King Jr. celebration kicks off today, Monday, Jan. 13th and continues through Jan. 24th. “OSU’s celebration is one of the oldest continuous MLK events in the state. It is organized each year by a group of OSU community members convened by the Office of Equity and Inclusion.”

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: ‘What are you doing for others?’” Each year, Americans across the country answer that question by coming together on the King Holiday to serve their neighbors and communities.

This year Oregon State University’s MLK Day of Service is put on by OSU’s Center for Civic Engagement and the Student Events and Activities Center/Community & Cultural Meal Program. This day of service will take place Saturday, January 18th. The event and celebration is open to students, staff, faculty and their children/dependents. There are over 9 different service projects to take apart in this year and they range from mentoring at the Jackson Street Youth Shelter to home building with Benton Habitat for Humanity. Registration and a complete list of all available projects can be found here.

Pre- registration is required, and all participants will assemble at McAlexander Fieldhouse from 8:30am to 11:30am. Food is provided! For more information please visit the website.

This is Beaver Nation.


Beavers Return from the Hawaiian Islands Victorious

December 30th, 2013

On December 24th, 2013 Beaver Football went head-to-head against the Boise State Broncos at the annual Sheraton Hawaii Bowl. The Beavers were quick to put the Broncos away with a 38-23 win, but the trip to Honolulu served more than just a trip to paradise and a battle on the gridiron.

Over the course of the week leading up to the game, the team toured Pearl Harbor, tried out surfing, attended a beautiful luau (including lots of hula), and of course soaked up a lot of that famous Hawaiian sunshine. And for more than a handful of Beavers, the Hawaii Bowl served as a trip home and a chance to put their football program on display for local family and friends. Rumor has it that one player had over 100 family and friends in attendance on Wednesday’s game!


The Beaver Football team poses before their 38-23 win over the Boise State Broncos.


The 2013 Beavers were more than happy to compete in the Hawaii Bowl and represent the state of Oregon, but the bowl also served as a renewal of OSU’s longstanding ties to Hawaii (dating back to 1923)! Oregon State was also the first to compete in Hawaii’s “Pineapple Bowl” in 1940. Additionally, out of seventeen OSU bowl appearances, nearly a quarter have been played in the state of Hawaii.

It seems as though the after this battle was over, the tie to Hawaii and the bond that players and coaches share with the islands will continue to go on for years and years to come.

Go Beavers!



Beth Ray Center for Academic Support

December 23rd, 2013

One of Oregon State’s newest buildings has received its official name. What was formally known as the Student Success Center has been officially name the Beth Ray Center for Academic Support. The building was named after the First Lady of OSU in honor of her decade long commitment to personal and leadership contributions to the university. The renaming is fully supported by a number of campus groups including; ASOSU leadership, Faculty Senate leadership, OSU’s administrative leadership, and the OSU Renaming Committee, and approved by the Chancellor.

The Beth Ray Center for Academic Support adds 34,000 square feet of space for students to study, socialize and receive support. The building contains state-of-the-art computer labs, study lounges with soaring ceilings, a rooftop patio, academic counseling and advising offices, meeting rooms and tutorial spaces. The second and third floors are home to two transition programs for students, September Scholars and the BEST Program, a similar program for student-athletes. 



Go Beavs,


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