Student Resources Guide

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Student academic resources

Career services

  • Ecampus Career Hub
    Access online career events, webinars, job postings, top-notch career tools and expert advice curated from across OSU and beyond. We’re bringing the power of Oregon State’s career network to you so you can find it and use it when you want it.

  • OSU’s Career Development Center
    Receive one-on-one career guidance and assistance with professional materials. Use online tools to find virtual career and networking events and improve career skills like interviewing and résumé writing.

Student care and response resources

  • Please note: If you have questions or need help connecting with any of resources below, contact us: Ecampus student services at or 800-667-1465 (option 1).

    Oregon State Ecampus stands in support of students facing difficulty in their lives and works to ensure connection to university support services and resources designed to help during a crisis and beyond. The university has a number of extremely dedicated offices and staff who work with students, regardless of location, to help manage challenges of various kinds.

  • 211
    Dial 211 to reach the local experts who make finding help easier. There are more than 200 211 agencies across the United States, each with a team of compassionate, highly trained community specialists who are available to help you access the best local resources and services to address any need.
    Find a local 211 agency | 211
  • Anytime Anywhere: Telus Health Student Support
    Students have access to free and confidential mental health and wellness counseling at any time of day, from anywhere in the world, 365 days a year. Students can connect with counselors in real time by calling or using the chat function.
    Download the App | 1-866-743-7732
  • Bias incident
    The Bias Response Team communicates and meets regularly to respond to bias incidents.
    Office of Institutional Diversity | 541-737-1063

  • Ecampus Hardship Grant
    The Ecampus Hardship Grant is available to assist online students who are experiencing unexpected financial hardship that interferes with academic progress. This funding is being provided to help ensure that Ecampus students with demonstrated financial need are able to continue their education at OSU.
    Ecampus Hardship Grant | 1-800-667-1465 (option 1)
  • Find your local food bank
    The Feeding America nationwide network of food banks and food programs helps millions of people find food and grocery help in their communities every year. Connect with your local food bank to learn about upcoming free food distributions and to apply for national food programs like SNAP and WIC.
    Find your local food bank | 800-771-2303
  • Mental health support
    CAPS provides you with a number of online resources as well as personal intake services to help you identify one-on-one counselor, support groups, and access to other services. CAPS’ offerings are designed to enhance all Ecampus students’ mental wellness through self-help, peer-to-peer support, a Happiness class online and several wellness apps. If you have an immediate need to talk to a mental health counselor or in a crisis, please contact CAPS at 541-737-2131 (option 1 if you are calling after hours).
    Counseling & Psychological Services | 541-737-2131

  • Report student misconduct
    SCCS upholds the expectations of student behavior by responding to reports of student behavior that disrupts the on and off-campus learning-living environment.
    Student Conduct & Community Standards | 541-737-3656

  • Sexual violence support
    CAPE Survivor Advocacy provides free and confidential resources and support for Ecampus students who have experienced sexual assault, dating or domestic violence, stalking, harassment, or bullying. Resources include academic mitigation strategies, safety planning, information about reporting to OSU and local Law Enforcement, financial and housing support, as well as an online support group, Circle of Support, that meets via Zoom during the Fall, Winter, and Spring terms.
    Center for Advocacy, Prevention & Education | 541-737-2030

  • Student in conflict with the university
    The Office of Advocacy supports students in conflict within the university, including formal processes.
    Office of Advocacy | 541-737-9200

  • Student in crisis
    Student care works with students who experience unexpected life events such as personal crises, illness or injury, hospitalization, loss of a loved one, and mental health challenges.
    Student Care | 541-737-8748

Course resources

Graduate student resources

Veteran resources

Important date resources

Other campus resources

  • Academic Policies and Regulations
    University guidelines that help determine options, restrictions and requirements.

  • Campuses and maps
    Oregon State University proudly partners with more than 20 community colleges and institutions in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest in its delivery of online and distance education programs. View a list of the campuses and see their related maps and contact information.

  • GRE website
    This site offers free software and free subject test practice booklets to assist students preparing for the GRE test.

  • Oregon State ID cards
    OSU identification cards are optional for Ecampus students. If you plan on using higher education facilities throughout the nation or wish to receive student discounts, it could be beneficial to have one. The ID Center will mail non-photo ID cards to admitted OSU students.

  • OSU Beavers athletics
    Find the latest news, team schedules, videos, statistics and more on Oregon State athletics. Following the Beavers is a great way to connect with the OSU community from a distance.

  • Recreational Sports
    Ecampus students have access to OSU Recreational Sports facilities and programs through a special membership for distance learners.

  • Student conduct and community standards
    Become familiar with Oregon State's student conduct philosophy, definitions of academic dishonesty and tactics for conflict resolution.

  • Student Health Services
    OSU's Student Health Services offers Ecampus students some resources that can help you lead a healthier lifestyle. Services include medical advice, self-assessments and other health information.

Featured resources

For a more visual layout of featured Ecampus student resources and tools, visit our main student resources page.


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