The Division of Student Affairs is a dynamic organization; the lively nature of our work and relationships requires consistent engagement and leadership. The life of our organization is multi-faceted, which enables us to contribute to the advancement of student learning and the success of the Oregon State University mission in countless ways.

Student Affairs Blog

Corvallis Community Relations Newsletter

Apr 29, 2015

Check out the spring 2015 version of the Corvallis Community Relations Newsletter. The newsletter serves as a tool for the university to communicate with community members, enhance neighborhood livability and inspire shared responsibility for creating a healthy and inclusive living environment in Corvallis. Highlights from this issue include Sexual Assault Awareness Month, the university impact… Continue reading  Read full story.

Sexual Assault Awareness Month at Oregon State

Apr 9, 2015

Oregon State University is participating in a national campaign this month in which students, staff, faculty and community members may offer support for survivors of sexual assault and demonstrate that OSU does not condone sexual violence. Sexual Assault Awareness Month, an annual event at Oregon State, includes many activities beginning April 8 and ending on April… Continue reading  Read full story.

Student Makes the Most of Her College Career

Mar 13, 2015

When Claire McMorris lists everything she’s involved in on the Oregon State University campus, it’s hard to believe she’s just a sophomore. The political science major is also pursuing minors in music and Spanish. She sings in Bella Voce, an all-female choir of 40 undergraduates that traveled to Brazil last summer for an international music… Continue reading  Read full story.

It’s On Us Workshop to Tackle Consent

Feb 20, 2015

The Office of Equity and Inclusion, Student Health Services and Counseling and Psychological Services are hosting the It’s On Us Consent Workshop on Monday, Feb. 23 at 2 p.m. in the Memorial Union Horizon Room. This engaging event will explain affirmative consent and how it is obtained. “Consent is important to understand because mutual communication… Continue reading  Read full story.

Student Affairs Events


International Students Mental Health Awareness Day

There will be a tabling event on the MU quad from

  • 2pm – 4pm MU Quad - the Active Minds annual Daisy Project (remembering

Leading Towards Health & Hope

Dr. Larry Roper from the School of Language, Culture & Society will speak about health and hope in one's leadership.

Requests for accommodations related to ability may


Ettihad Cultural Festival 2015

Join the Ettihad Cultural Center to celebrate the Third Annual Ettihad


Annual Service Awards Celebration

Unsung heroines and heroes from across the Division of Student Affairs will be honored for their tireless and collaborative work in support of the students and community they

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