The Center for Diversity and Inclusion works with a variety of organizations across the Oregon State campus. If you have any questions about their resources, feel free to contact us.
The Cultural Centers fosters an inclusive community at OSU that is committed to social justice and liberation for all people, regardless of racial/ethnic background, gender, sexual orientation, religion, socioeconomic class, age, and/or physical abilities. We also coordinate safe environments in which students can share their multiple identities and learn about issues of culture, heritage, history, identity, and self-expression in an atmosphere of positive engagement and mutual respect.
EOP provides support to undergraduate domestic students attending classes on OSU's main campus from historically underrepresented backgrounds. EOP provides the following services:
- Assistance through the admissions process.
- Assistance in locating financial resources.
- Orientation to the University.
- Academic and personal counseling.
- Courses to help review or fill in gaps in math, reading, and writing.
- Assistance with finding jobs and internships, writing resumes and cover letters.
CAMP supports eligible migrant and seasonal farm workers and their children by helping them to enroll in and complete their first year of college. CAMP also focuses on increasing the persistence of CAMP students during their second year in college and achievement of post-secondary degree.
Disability Access Services facilitates access to University programs and services through accommodations, education, consultation, and advocacy.
OSU LSAMP seeks to integrate underrepresented students into the academic life at Oregon State and provides them with financial, academic, social, and professional support in a coordinated effort to help them achieve their academic and professional goals.
The BNC is a one-stop office, with a suite of supportive resources for students who are Pell-eligible, first-generation, former-foster youth, part of TRiO or EOP, undocumented, DACA recipients, among others. Today, in addition to the food pantry and Food Assistance programs like Mealbux, they are most well-known on campus for our Textbook Lending Program and assistance for those in housing crisis.
Information about resources, support, and information for undocumented and DACAmented students at OSU.
The resource center provides a safe, supportive, inclusive space for undocumented students and students from mixed-status families.
The Reported Bias Incident Response Protocol provides a process to comprehensively, collaboratively, and consistently address bias incidents that affect Oregon State University students, faculty, and staff.
Students and employees who have experienced sexual misconduct, including sexual assault, non-consensual sexual contact, sexual harassment, intimate partner violence, sexual exploitation, and stalking have campus and community resources available to assist them and options for reporting.
The Survivor Advocacy and Resource Center (SARC) and the Interpersonal Violence Prevention Team have joined together to form the Center for Advocacy, Prevention & Education (CAPE). CAPE will operate through a multi-disciplinary and collaborative approach to provide a continuum of programs and services designed to prevent interpersonal and gender-based violence and to support survivors.
For nearly two decades, we’ve empowered, advocated for, and supported thousands of students here at Oregon State.
Areas where we’ve assisted include: Code of Conduct violations, Cheating accusations, Grade appeals, Graduate student issues, UHDS conduct and contract issues, Student accounts and financial aid, International student issues, Equal Opportunity and Access cases
Employment, Summer Jobs, Internships
Diversity and Cultural Engagement provides on-campus paid employment opportunities promoting diversity and social justice. We offer numerous leadership opportunities through our Cultural Resource Centers and our initiatives. We engage student leaders through transformative learning experiences, positive social change, academic success and identity development.
Emerging Leaders (EL) is dedicated to improving racial and cultural diversity at the leadership level in Portland-area companies by providing pathways to leadership for traditional and non-traditional students of color and aspiring professionals.
You may be eligible for paid, multi-summer internships with some of the nation’s leading companies through Inroads Students of Color.