Happy Week Six, Beavs! Fall Term pins will be available soon, so make sure you have met with your assigned academic advisor to discuss your term plan. Good luck on midterms, and enjoy the sunshine this week!☀️

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Important Dates

  • March 30-June 12: Spring Term
  • Last Day to Withdraw from a Course: May 15, 2020
  • Last Day to Change the Grading Basis of a Course: June 5, 2020 (extended)
  • Finals Week: June 8-June12, 2020
  • Fall 2020: Commencement, date TBD (postponed ceremony from Sping 2020)


Happy Mental Health Month!

It’s Mental Health Month, and CAPS is excited to share a variety of options for students to engage with mental health topics throughout May! Check out opportunities like: DAM Good Self Care 30 Day Challenge, What Helps Us: Dam Good Creativity, Beavers SAVE Lives: An Introduction to Suicide Prevention, BEavers HERE NOW Drop-In Meditation via Zoom, Beavers Belong, Kognito: Recognizing and Supporting Students in Distress Training, and CAPS Drop-In Mindfulness Meditation via Zoom. They also have the Mindful @ Oregon State University, an e-newsletter with weekly care packages of mindfulness tips and resources. Subscribe today!

Masters of Public Health Deadline Extension

The on campus MPH has an extended application deadline of May 20. All materials must be received in SOPHAS by the deadline in order to be considered for admission. Submission of GRE scores is *optional* for this deadline for all MPH options except Health Systems and Policy and Health Promotion and Health Behavior. For more questions, contact Suzanna Chase.

Celebrating Undergraduate Excellence

The Office of URSA is now accepting applications for OSU’s 2020 Celebrating Undergraduate Excellence (CUE). CUE is an annual showcase for OSU undergraduates to present their research and creative projects to the OSU community. Undergraduates from all academic disciplines, in all years of study, and all stages of research or creative work are invited to present. This year, CUE will be a virtual symposium to help enforce social distancing. Each presenter will record a 3 minute presentation of their work and post it on the central Canvas page. The deadline to register is Friday, May 1st at 5:00 pm; and the Canvas page will be public for viewing on May 21st and May 22nd. For more details on registering, visit their website today!

Kinesiology Experiential Learning

Kinesiology Students, keep up-to-date on experiential learning news by following Experiential Learning on Instagram @osu_kinesiology_explearning. You will find helpful videos, announcements, and tips as you work toward completing these required credits. Also, check out this fun video on how you can earn experiential learning credits this summer!

OSU-Cascade DPT Virtual Open House

This event is for those interested in the new Doctor of Physical Therapy program at OSU-Cascades. Registration is now open for virtual open houses on May 6June 3, and July 1. Participants will meet the DPT program’s founding director, associate professor Christine Pollard, and learn more about the curriculum, faculty, and campus and how their program will give you an edge in your career. You will also get a change to explore virtual images of their soon-under-construction STEAM building and state-of the-art classrooms and labs designed specifically for the DPT program.

Getting a Damn Job: Workshop Series

The Career Development Center is offering virtual career development workshops. The Getting a Dam Job series covers many pieces to finding a job after graduation. The next workshop is Salary Negotiation on Wednesday, May 6, 2020 at 12:00 pmRegister on Handshake today!


CPHHS Clubs are still meeting virtually this term! Check out the CPHHS Club page on our website to learn club goals, activities, and purposes. You can also find contact information on those pages to get in touch with club presidents on how to engage with the club this term!

Educational Opportunities Program

The Educational Opportunities Program (EOP) is still available virtually! The EOP supports the full development of personal and academic potential of students who have traditionally been denied equal access to higher education. They are continuing to provide a home base where students can gain a sense of belonging, work with role models with similar backgrounds who understand the university and develop skills that take them through graduation and beyond. The EOP provides resources to facilitate student success, scholarships, and the summer bridge program. Connect with the EOP today!

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