Academic Resources

Available to only Engineering students
  • Peer tutoring: The College of Engineering now offers free peer tutoring for a wide variety of courses. Check the schedule for more information.

  • The HUB: Offers a variety of resources including study tables, academic coaching, and information on study abroad.

  • College of Engineering Academic Coaching: Meet with academic coaches to discuss and to explore the future direction of your educational goals while helping you improve your grades, manage your time, prepare for exams, etc.To schedule an appointment, please email engrcoaching@oregonstate.edu
  • Leadership Academy: An innovative student experience designed to accelerate students' development as leaders, increase graduates' competitiveness for employment, and propell their future success as early career professionals.
Available to all students
  • Collaborative Learning Center (CLC): Offering peer-tutors and GTAs to help with math, sciences and writing. Located on the main floor of the Valley Library.
  • Chemistry Tutoring (Mole Hole): General chemistry tutoring offered in the Valley Library Collaborative Learning Center, located on the main floor.
  • Math Tutoring (Math Learning Center): The Math Learning Center provides free drop-in tutoring, printed resources, calculators, help using MATLAB and other math software, study areas, and a computer classroom. Private tutoring for a fee is also available. Located in Kidder Hall 108.
  • Physics Tutoring (Worm Hole): General physics tutoring offered in Weniger Hall 145 (M-F) and the Valley Library Collaborative Learning Center (Su-Th).
  • Writing Center: The Writing Center’s mission is to provide writing support that enable students at all levels to function effectively, efficiently, and confidently in an academic environment. Writing assistants can help with all aspects of the writing process from brainstorming and organization to questions of grammar and usage.
  • Academic Success Center (ASC): The ASC provides academic support services for all students at Oregon State University, including academic coaching, tutoring, supplemental instruction (study groups) for individual courses, and more. 

 

Other Resources

Health and Well-Being
  • Student Care: Many students face difficult times during college; unexpected life events, personal crises, mental health struggles, and academic difficulties are examples of challenges that can interfere with college success. Student Care is designed to help students solve problems within the university and access referrals for personal matters/emergencies.
  • Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS): CAPS provides mental health counseling to students, and consultation, outreach and education to all OSU community members. 
  • Disability Access Services (DAS): DAS provides accommodations, education, consultation and advocacy for qualified students with disabilities at Oregon State University.
  • Human Services Resource Center (HSRC): College is stressful enough without worrying about how you're going to pay rent or buy groceries. HSRC helps low-income students stay focused on academics
Women and Minorities
  • Diversity & Cultural Engagement (DCE): DCE is a hub of culturally diverse student engagement and success, and it includes seven cultural resource centers that provide support services to students as well as opportunities for all members of the OSU community to learn about different cultures and communities in a safer environment.
  • Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP): LSAMP is dedicated to increasing the number of traditionally underrepresented students successfully completing STEM baccalaureate degree programs. LSAMP also works to increase the number of students interested in and qualified for undergraduate research and graduate level studies.
  • Educational Opportunities Program (EOP): provides support to undergraduate domestic students attending classes on OSU's main campus from historically underrepresented backgrounds, including but not limited to: students of color, low-income students, 1st generation in college (neither parent graduated), undocumented or DACAmented students.