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College of Forestry
Student Services Office
250 Peavy Hall
Summer is under two weeks away College of Forestry Undergraduates! Can you feel the sunshine yet? Summer in Corvallis can be a really fun time and there are many opportunities available!
If you are taking classes over the summer, you will be happy to know that the Academic Success Center is open during summer term. The center is located in 102 Waldo Hall and can provide you with help in the following areas:
- Study skills
- Time management
- Effective note taking
- Avoiding procrastination
- Test taking strategies
- And many more!
When you are done studying for your summer classes, Corvallis is a great town to explore! For all of the outdoor enthusiasts out there, consider checking out one of the many hiking trails in the College of Forestry’s own McDonald-Dunn Forest. The Willamette River that runs through Corvallis is also a great place to cool off on a warm day in Corvallis. There is also the Corvallis Farmers Market which is open on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 9am to 1pm on the corner of First Street and Jackson Avenue in downtown Corvallis.
To all of the undergraduate students in the College of Forestry, we wish you a wonderful summer filled with sunshine and new experiences, and we also wish our graduating seniors luck as they enter the work force.
It’s been a great year and we will see you in September!
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Happy Week 8 College of Forestry Undergrads!
With 22 days left until commencement, you may be wondering how the College of Forestry is celebrating its graduates. Well, as we usually have had in the past, there will be a Commencement Continental Breakfast on June 13 from 8:00-9:15 am in the Peavy Hall Courtyard. All faculty and staff are encouraged to attend!
New this year, the College of Forestry will be hosting a Commencement Dinner on June 12 at the Forestry Club Cabin in Peavy Arboretum. In addition to recognizing graduating students, the Harold Bowerman Award and the Paul and Neva Dunn Award will also be presented.
Both of these events are designed for graduating seniors and their families and guests. Please RSVP to Jessica Fitzmorris, Event Coordinator for the CoF or call her at 541-737-3161 with any questions!
Don’t forget to start studying for finals! Summer is almost here!
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Hello College of Forestry Undergraduates!
Whether you are gearing up to graduate this June or have a few years ahead of you before attaining your undergraduate degree, the future can be a little daunting.
One option for the future could be attending graduate school! To learn more about attending grad school here at OSU, you are invited to attend the Graduate Eduction Information Night! The info night will be held on Tuesday, May 19 at 5:30 pm in the Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Resource Center.
This information night will cover the basics of a graduate education including the following:
- What is graduate school?
- What are the benefits of a graduate degree?
- What are the basic admissions processes and requirements?
- How do I pay for my graduate education?
There will also be a Q&A session at the end of the evening. If graduate school sounds even a little bit like a path you would be interested in, please attend the event! For more information, visit the OSU Grad School Website. If you have any questions, please call 541-737-4881 or email at email@example.com.
Have a great weekend!
The last date to register for Commencement participation is May 29. If your plans change and you are unable to attend the ceremony, please return to MyOSU and cancel your attendance confirmation. Should you decide not to attend Commencement, you may pick up your diploma at the Registrar’s Office beginning June 15. To have your diploma mailed, go to myosu.oregonstate.edu
If you have any questions, contact either the Student Services Office at 541-737-1594 or the Registrar’s Office at 541-737-4331.
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