We have only a couple of weeks left in the term, keep working hard!

Comments, questions, or feedback about the news? Drop us a line at Ask a Peer Advisor.

Important Dates

  • Phase 2 with Waitlisting Begins: March 15 at 8 pm
  • Last day to Withdraw from the term: March 16
  • Spring Break: March 26–30


Academy for Lifelong Learning Scholarship

Academy for Lifelong Learning Application

The Academy for Lifelong Learning (ALL) is pleased to announce that its 2018-2019 Scholarship Application is now available and is attached above. You are eligible for the $2000 scholarship if: you are a full-time domestic student in the final year of his/her undergraduate studies during the 2018-19 academic year, have a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or above, and you qualify for financial assistance as defined by the OSU Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships.

If you have any questions, please contact ALL Scholarship Committee co-chairs Rebecca Marti or Karen Crane.

OSURA Scholarship


Are you majoring in a subject that contributes to a career that promotes healthy aging? Do you want $750-$1,500 for next school year? The OSU Retirement Association is offering scholarships to people like you! Applications are due Monday, March 12. Click the attachment above for more information.

STEM Learning Survey

You’re an expert, and we need your wisdom. Help us improve OSU STEM learning resources by completing this survey by 10 pm on Sunday March 18. Your perspective is necessary so that we can best serve you and your fellow students. It only takes 10 minutes!

Clicker Survey

Oregon State University wants input from students on how you use clickers (also known as Student Response Systems) and whether clickers have a positive effect on your learning. Please take this brief survey; it should take no more than 3 minutes to complete! It closes at 5 pm on Tuesday, March 20.

New HDFS 447 Summer Course

For the first time, HDFS 447: Families and Poverty will be offered this summer during zero week (June 18-22, 8 am to 5 pm each day). The required community service will be arranged by the instructor and integrated into the class so it is completed as a group. Most of the community service will take place at Oak Creek Youth Correctional facility, where students will spend time engaging with incarcerated girls. This is a great opportunity for anyone who has a particular interest in working with at-risk youth. For students who have especially busy schedules and may find it difficult to arrange the required community service hours during a regular academic term, this zero week offering may be more convenient. This is expected to be a very intense small class experience that offers extra opportunities for meaningful engagement with the community and fellow students.

If you have questions, email Dr. Tasha Galardi.

Volunteers Needed for Healthy Athlete Program

The Healthy Athlete Program by Special Olympics Oregon is looking for volunteers for March 17. As a volunteer, you provide health education and lead interactive games with athletes. The program provides free health screenings in a fun, welcoming environment that removes anxiety that people with intellectual disabilities often face when visiting a doctor.

Screenings include:
• Fit Feet (podiatry)
• FUNfitness (physical therapy)
• Health Promotion (better health and well-being)
• Healthy Hearing (audiology)
• MedFest (sports physical exam)
• Opening Eyes (vision)
• Special Smiles (dentistry)

If you can spend the day volunteering, email Alicia Dixon-Ibarra. The event takes place at South Salem High School 10:00 am – 4:00 pm.

Pre-Therapy and Allied Health Club (PTAH)

The Pre-Therapy and Allied Health Club supports students pursuing careers within the allied health professions. The club provides students with volunteer and job opportunities and advances their knowledge in the field. The club strives to make a positive impact in the community by promoting healthy and active lifestyles.

The organization allows students an opportunity to network with local professionals, participate in on-campus visitations from graduate programs, volunteer in the greater Corvallis community, and raise awareness for individuals with disabilities. In order to provide members with a beneficial experience, the PTAH Club leadership is committed to helping students prepare for graduate programs, discover potential career paths, gain a professional knowledge base, and reach out to the local community.

Questions? Contact the Faculty Adviser Cathleen Crowell or the Club President Elise Whisler. Check out their Facebook!

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.

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