Meet us in Corvallis or at a recruitment event!
Visit our meeting space on campus. The College of Engineering Center for Diversity & Inclusion is located in Johnson Hall 220.
Can’t make it to our campus? No problem; we might be attending an event near you! Some recruiting events that the College of Engineering attends each year:
- NSBE, SHPE, SWE, and SACNAS annual conferences (locations vary)
- OSU Latino Family Nights @ Hillsboro, Salem, and Umatilla (all in Oregon)
- OSU Black Family Night (Portland, OR)
- Linn-Benton Community College Fair (Albany, OR)
- Umpqua Community College Fair (Roseburg, OR)
- Annual Engineers Week High School Program (Portland, OR)
- Mid-Willamette Valley Future Engineers Day (Salem, OR)
Would your group like to request a special visit from COE representatives? Email us at email@example.com, and we can let you know if we’re able to do so!
Engineering Living-Learning Community: This living experience is a great way for engineering students to make friendships and create connections between their in-class and out-of-class experiences. Residents can interact with engineering faculty and advisors outside of the classroom. There is free access to the DamLab Makerspace, a state-of-the-art lab equipped with 3D printers, laser cutters, CNC mills and other tools.
Women in Science and Engineering: The fifth floor of Buxton is home to a Women in Science Engineering (WISE) floor, an opportunity for women in science to gain coaching and mentorship specific to their program.
Single-Gender Suites: Buxton has single-gender suites that are available to students requesting a religious exemption. Residents of these suites agree to no visitors of the opposite gender and a substance-free environment.
Learn more about Oregon State housing opportunities.
Oregon State Scholarships
Named after Karena Dokken, it is granted once a year to a student who has served as an exemplary mentor to other students in engineering.
SWE administers over 70 scholarships a year to women pursuing an engineering or computer science degree. See web page for more information.
NSBE provides various scholarships to members through NSBE and Corporate Scholarship Programs. Individual scholarships range in value from $500 to $5,000
SHPE scholarships are designed to support Hispanics who pursue careers in engineering, mathematics, and science
The SACNAS Opportunities Board is a resource hub to alert the community to opportunities for internships, scholarships, pre-doctoral fellowships, awards, conferences, trainings, and more.
NACME’s scholarship program for underrepresented minorities serves as a catalyst to increase the proportion of Black/African American, Native/American Indian, and Latinx/Hispanic American young women and men in STEM careers.
This scholarship is reserved for female students focused on a career in Science, Technology, Engineering or Math, and offers $1000 per quarter ($3,000) to help cover tuition, fees, books, and supplies charged to a recipient's account at either Linn Benton Community College or Oregon State University.
This student resource page from Tufts University lists scholarships and fellowships for non-traditional and underrepresented students in multiple disciplines (not just engineering).