University Exploratory Studies Program (UESP) is the academic home for students who have chosen to explore their options prior to deciding on a major. UESP is very similar to OSU's academic colleges in that we provide academic support to assure that our students are making satisfactory progress toward a degree. We offer a comprehensive range of services to help students make informed decisions about their academic coursework and potential majors they're considering.
It's time for Advising!
Spring Term priority regsitration starts next month, so It is time for you to make your mandatory advising appointment. You'll receive a message to your ONID account in week 5 about scheduling an appointment, but no need to wait. Jeff Malone, our Assistant Head Advisor, lays it out for you.
Call 541-737-8144 or stop by 102 Waldo Hall to schedule your advising appointment today.
If you are a New First Year or Transfer Student starting spring term, we are excited to meet with you. OSU's required New Student Orientation for spring will be on Friday, March 28th. You must register in advance for this session, so keep your eyes on the New Student Programs and Family Outreach website for details on how to register for it. Registraton for this session should open sometime in mid-February.
It is a very common experience for students to realize that their initial major choice is not the right fit. If that is your experience, don't panic! UESP is here to help you figure out which major direction at OSU is right for you. You're welcome to switch to UESP or even just consult with one of our advisors. Either way just requires that you make an appointment. Call our office at 541-737-8144 or stop by 102 Waldo Hall to schedule one.
Looking to add structure to your approach to your academics? Consider using Zero to Success in 77 Days, a week-by-week academic to do list established by OSU advisors.
Don't forget to keep checking your ONID account for important and timely messages from the university and your instructors.
Here are some important dates and “Last Day” deadlines to pay attention to relating to fall term.