Academic Support Services at OSU
We know there are challenges. Let us help you stay on course.
The Academic Success Center provides academic coaching, time-management tools, note-taking, studying and test-taking strategies, self-help videos and more.
The Career Development Center offers on-campus jobs, career counseling, career/interest assessments, major exploration. Meet Claire Wu, our Assistant Director who works with science students. To make an appointment, call the Science Success Center.
Degree Partnership Program contains information for students who want to dual enroll at OSU and any of our partner community colleges.
The Disability Access Services (DAS) offers alternative testing, deaf and hard-of-hearing services, academic coaching, note-taking, faculty notification, early registration, DAS student handbook, tutorials and more.
Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) supports students of color, low-income and first-generation students or any students from historically underrepresented backgrounds. Time management, major/career identification, internships and priority access to EOP sections of courses.
Financial Aid & Scholarships is home to all information regarding financial aid and scholarships, Satisfactory Academic Progress confirmation, emergency loans, renewing or changing aid.
The Office of the Registrar shows academic standing, change of major, transfer credits, add/drop/withdraw, priority registration, final grades and registration.
Technology Loans is the Valley Library's center for loans on laptops, tablets and other technology.
University Exploratory Studies Program is an academic home for students who have not declared a major yet. Major exploration, switching majors, career assistance and advising.
Activities for a healthy, balanced life
Get involved, stay active and enjoy
Intramural Sports is one of the most popular extracurricular activities offered on campus. Being involved in the program is a great way to be active, meet new people, reconnect with friends, try new sports, continue playing the sports that you have grown to love, and of course, have fun!
Play Humans vs Zombies. It happens every fall and spring: a week-long, 24/7 game of tag where a group of “humans” attempts to survive a "zombie outbreak.” Highly addictive.
Check out the OSU Craft Center with a variety from ceramics to woodworking to digital arts, papermaking and more. It’s free and a great way to manage stress.
Volunteer and feed your desire to give back to your community with the precious resources of your time and energy!
Fraternity & Sorority Life contains live-in requirements, academic eligibility, general questions and concerns, interactive guide to the 47 Greek fraternity and sorority chapters on campus.