Resources & Office Documents

Resources & Office Documents

The Office of Advocacy uses several forms to help in the process of assisting our clients and keeping records of our work. Each client is asked to fill out an intake form and timeline of the events that led them to seek the assistance of our office prior to their appointment. Along with our required paperwork, we ask that all students accessing the services of our office bring any documents relevant to their matter, including but not limited to, e-mails, student-instructor written correspondence, UHDS-resident written correspondence, coursework (assigned work or projects, syllabus, tests, quizzes, homework...), or university-student correspondence.

Below is a list of documents our office may use when working with a clients' case. All documents stored with the Office of Advocacy are stored for ten years, after which they are destroyed. Questions about any of the below documents can be directed to the Office of Advocacy Staff.



Office of Advocacy Newsletter

Past interns originated the idea to compose a newsletter that is relevant and helpful to Oregon State University students. They accomplished their goal by recruiting the help of local lawyers, interns, politicians, OSU staff members, the advocate, and legal advisors to write articles that would be featured in the newsletter each term. The main purpose was to educate and empower students on campus in regard to their rights and possible scenarios they might face during their time at OSU.