Check out the new opportunities offered by the College of Public Health and Human Sciences this week. Good luck on your third week of classes!
- April 10-April 23: Withdraw from a course with 50% refund (W grade entered on transcript)
- April 14: Deadline to apply online for Spring term graduation
- April 17: Late class add through petition begins
- May 19: Last day to change to or from S/U grading
Plan for a PIN
Starting Spring term 2017, all students must have an approved Fall 2017 term course plan on file in MyDegrees in order to receive a PIN to register for Fall 2017 classes. Please refer to the PHHS MyDegrees planner tutorial for helpful tools on creating your plan.
OSS Online Appointment Scheduling:
Our new online appointment scheduling system, TimeTrade, is now available to all students with an active ONID username and password to make appointments.
TimeTrade allows students to:
- Schedule an appointment with their assigned academic advisor at http://health.oregonstate.edu/advisors.
- Schedule a 15-minute, 25-minute, or 50-minute appointment based on the type of appointment needed.
- Schedule an appointment up to 6 weeks in advance.
- Schedule, reschedule, or cancel an appointment 24/7 online.
- Schedule a same-day appointment if an appointment is made by 8am.
- A confirmation notification email in their ONID inbox, upon the initial appointment creation. Students also receive a rescheduling or cancellation notification email, upon those events.
- An appointment reminder email 24 hours prior the appointment. If a student schedules an appointment less than 24 hours in advance, they do not receive an email reminder.
- An Outlook and iCal appointment file upon the initial appointment creation. This syncs the appointment to the student’s calendar if applicable.
Please note that if you schedule an appointment with an advisor other than your assigned advisor, you may be asked to reschedule your appointment. If you do not know who your assigned advisor is, you can log in to MyDegrees, which lists your assigned advisor, or you can call us at 541-737-8900, and we will be happy to help you.
Health Professions Fair 2017
Admissions representatives from 70 health professions schools in Oregon and across the country are attending the fair and eager to meet OSU students. The fair is Tuesday, April 25, 10am-2pm in the MU Ballroom. Students from all majors are welcome at this free event, and the event is appropriate for all students, from first-years through seniors. Programs represented include medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, nursing, public health, physician assistant, physical and occupational therapy, veterinary medicine, naturopathic medicine, acupuncture, biomedical sciences, counseling, psychology, chiropractic, and more! Visit the event website to learn more: Health Profession Fair.
Queering Engineering and the Sciences
Join fellow LGBTQ students in STEM at an informal social at the Pride Center! This is a great opportunity to meet students in similar majors and to find ways to get involved in the community. There will be representatives from various LGBT-friendly STEM organizations and clubs on campus as well as students reviving Out in STEM (a club specifically for queer and STEM students). Come support great organizations like OSTEM and grab some free food while you’re at it! The event is Friday, April 21, from 2-4pm at the OSU Pride Center.
Special reception with CPHHS alumna Charlene McGee, OSUAA Young Alumni Award recipient
Please come out and support Charlene, who will be receiving the Young Alumni Award. The event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served. Charlene, deputy refugee health coordinator and program specialist with the Multnomah County Health Department (MCHD), will talk about her work experience, particularly her current role ensuring health care access to Portland’s refugee population, and how her education at OSU helped prepare her for her career. The reception is Friday, April 21, from 4-5pm, in the Bray Conference Room 115, in Hallie Ford Center.
“A Day’s Work” Movie Screening and Question/Answer Session
Film Summary: Ninety minutes before he was killed on his first day of work as a temporary employee, 21-year-old Day Davis texted a picture of himself to his girlfriend, excited for their future. Now Day’s sister, 17-year-old Antonia, searches for answers. An investigation reveals the issues that led to Day’s death and how the $100 billion temporary staffing industry is putting millions of American workers at risk.
This film touches on environmental and occupational health issues. The free movie screening is April 21, 6-8pm, in OSU’s Learning Innovation Center Room 128.
Earth Day of Service
This year, the Center for Civic Engagement invites you to join us on Saturday, April 22, for our annual Earth Day of Service. Oregon State students, staff, faculty, and their children/dependents are invited to participate in this event and celebration of planet Earth through community projects focused on environmental conservation and restoration. For more information, visit: Earth Day of Service.
Beyond Earth Day celebration
OSU’s long-standing Earth Day celebration goes beyond the typical in Beyond Earth Day! Spanning two weeks (April 22-May 5) and hosted at a variety of locations, the program features activities focused on sustainability and the interconnections between people and the environment. Whether you’re interested in checking out more than 40 booths at the annual Community Fair, enjoying live music at the annual Organic Growers Club Hoo Haa, giving back through service, or marching in solidarity for science, this year’s Beyond Earth Day offers all that and much more! See the full calendar.
Alternative Break: Warm Springs, Oregon
Alternative break trips are immersive community-engaged learning experiences focused on personal growth and leadership development through community projects, education sessions, reflection, and team-building. Discover various factors affecting tribal policy and community well-being in Warm Springs by exploring elements of tribal governance, food sourcing, and community and cultural activities. For more information and to apply, visit: Alternative Break-Warm Springs.
Do you know your Advisor?
Need help finding your assigned advisor? Check your MyDegrees student degree checklist in the Assigned Advisor block, or call the Office of Student Success at 541-737-8900.
Comments, questions or feedback about the news? Drop us a line at Ask a Peer Advisor.