OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Cultural Organizations on Campus

OSU and Corvallis have a wealth of organizations and centers committed to celebrating the diversity of the campus and community. All are welcome to join any of these groups and centers.

ISOSU

International Students of Oregon State University (ISOSU) is a student-run organization that brings together people from around the world in an effort to educate students and the community about international issues.

In addition ,there are a number of country and region-specific groups, as well. For a complete list of all of the registered student groups on campus, please visit the OSU Student Organization site.

OSU Cultural Centers

OSU has multiple cultural centers which provide programs and activities for the OSU community. 

Black Cultural Center

Asian & Pacific Cultural Center

Centro Cultural Cesar Chavez

Native American Longhouse

Pride Center

OSU Women's Center

Crossroads International

Crossroads International is a community volunteer organization that provides friendship, hospitality, and language assistance for OSU's international students and visiting scholars. For more than 35 years, Crossroads International has connected international students, faculty & scholars, and their family members with local volunteers for friendship and education. We offer five programs, regular events and special activities like our International Film Festival - so there are many ways to get involved and meet people! Volunteers are always needed, and students or scholars may request services at our office or by filling out some of our online forms.

Multicultural Literacy Center

Corvallis Multicultural Literacy Center (CMLC) is a place where people of all cultures can come together in a “living room for learning,” where all people can be teachers and learners, where sharing cultures and expanding literacies enables everyone to take part in the community.