A150 Kerr Administration Bldg
The Intercultural Student Services Office (ISS) provides a safe & welcoming place for students who are navigating the challenges of being a cultural, racial, and ethnic minority at OSU. ISS is composed of four culturally specific offices staffed by coordinators who have demonstrated expertise in working with their communities. The coordinators work individually and collectively to assist and support toward their academic progress and successful graduation.
3rd Floor Waldo Hall
The Educational Opportunities Program (EOP) was created at Oregon State University in 1969 to provide support for non traditional students. These include students of color, older than average students, students with disabilities, single parents, low-income students, and students who have been rurally isolated. EOP started out with 48 students in 1969, and now has over 800 students. Our graduates have gone on to achieve many of their goals. The list includes judges, lawyers, doctors, college professors, business owners, counselors, social workers, teachers, and the list goes on and on.
230 Strand Agriculture Hall
The Ethnic Studies Department was established in 1995 as the result of the hard work of a group of staff and faculty members from numerous disciplines who believed the time had come for such a department at OSU. The department began its full operation in 1996 and is now one of thirteen departments in the College of Liberal Arts. While there are several Ethnic Studies programs Oregon universities and colleges, ours is the only one with full departmental status.
129 MU East
The Diversity Development Office is responsible for the four Cultural Centers at Oregon State University. This includes the Asian Pacific Cultural Center, the Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center, Centro Cultural Cesar Chavez, and the Native American Longhouse. The Centers are committed to the retention of underrepresented students by providing facilities, events, activities, support services, and leadership development opportunities for students. The Diversity Development Office includes the Cultural Centers Staff Coordinator, Cultural Centers Graduate Teaching Assistant, Cultural Centers Administrative Assistants, and the student staff of the Cultural Centers.
330 Snell Hall
The Office of Community and Diversity assists the University in promoting cultural diversity, awareness, and sensitivity throughout the campus community. It provides leadership in promoting an environment responsive to the diversity of groups represented at OSU. Its programs, services, and activities promote cultural identity within a multicultural environment, and encourage and support cooperative and collaborative relationships within the university community and the university's external stakeholders.
2325 NW Monroe
The mission of the Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center is to complement the academic program of studies and enrich the quality of campus life for African and African-American students at Oregon State University.
3rd Floor Waldo Hall
Student Support Services (SSS) is a federally-funded grant program (one of several programs, known as TRIO programs) which provides academic, social, and financial support to eligible students.