OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

OSU Student Foundation

The OSU Student Foundation is a student-led, sponsored student organization dedicated to the growth and advancement of recognized student organizations on the Oregon State University campus. Established in 1973, the Student Foundation is intended to serve the OSU community by:

  • Channeling private funds in the form of small grants to worthwhile student services, organizations, activities, and programs for the direct aid and improvement of OSU and its students.  Funding ranges from cultural events to traveling to conferences.
  • Giving students a better understanding of the need for, and importance of, private financial support so that they may learn to be active donors as alumni.
  • Serving as a resource to the University.

The funds used to support such activities are provided via a grant from the OSU Foundation and occasional fund-raising activities. The Student Foundation Board oversees the distribution of funds, annually allocated by the OSU Foundation.  The Student Foundation Board also acts as ambassadors to the University, attending a variety of events and participating in community service as representatives of the student body.

Looking for funding for your student organization activities?  Interested in joining the Student Foundation to be a part of an exciting and rewarding board? Looking for scholarships for the 2013-14 academic school year?  Applications are available in the Student Events and Activities Center in Memorial Union 103 or can be downloaded below.  Please contact Shashank Bathula (bathulas@onid.orst.edu) if you have questions.  Constitution Available Here.

 

Student Organization Funding Request Application

Board Member Application

Cody Thompson Memorial Scholarship Application

 

2013 - 2014 Officers

President:  Shashank Bathula

Vice-President:  Kevin Corey

Treasurer:  Nathaniel Berry

Funding Request Director:  Grant Howell

Membership Director:  Kenny Kunisaki

Secretary: Senaida Mehmedovic

Webmaster: Daniel Song

Faculty Advisor:  Michael Henthorne