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.
Side by side, artists who worked together on a new mural pulled down linens to unveil the piece to community members during an October reception at the Centro Cultural César Chávez. Students collaborated to plan and design the mural, which is a mosaic made of more than 200 unique, square paintings that depict the eyes… Continue readingRead full story.
Oregon State University President Ed Ray announced Sept. 23 that the campus is joining the “It’s On Us” anti-sexual violence campaign and called on community members to engage in efforts to end sexual assaults. “Sexual violence isn’t a private matter involving a victim and a perpetrator. We all share responsibility to create a campus… Continue reading
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Oregon State University has introduced a new series of required online courses aimed at combating alcohol abuse and sexual assault. The on-line programs will reach approximately 6,400 students, said Rob Reff, coordinator of substance abuse prevention programs within OSU’s Student Health Services Department. Incoming first-year students to OSU’s Corvallis campus will be required to take… Continue reading
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