Military & Veteran Resources Advisor (MVRA) candidates meet-and-greet lunch with students is April 20, May 6, and May 7 from 11:45am – 12:30pm MU Veterans Lounge. With respect for students’ schedules, the informal lunch is a come-when-you-can, leave-when-you-must event. The MVRA will manage the Office of Veteran Services including providing direct student service and support and developing and implementing processes to enhance and facilitate enrollment for the veteran population. More position information and candidates’ bio information will be available at the sessions.


For accommodations related to disability please contact , 541-737-8748.


If you are planning on attending please respond back to our veteran’s email address :

So we can plan for the luncheons


Veteran Certifying Officials

Oregon State University

The AAPG Foundation’s United States Military Veterans Scholarship Program (MVSP) is designed to support veterans pursuing an undergraduate geoscience education.

Application open now through 15 May. Scholarships range from $2,000-$4,000 and may be used for tuition and living expenses.

Who Can Apply? Active U.S. military service members (including National Guard and Reserve) or veteran members separated from active military service who have been discharged and are entering or re-entering an undergraduate program in a field of geoscience, full-time or part-time, at a four-year accredited college or university.

Spring Fit Pass Classes

The schedule for spring Fit Pass classes is now available! Purchase your Fit Pass today which will allow you access to unlimited drop-in Fit Pass classes. Get moving and have fun with the Fitness team in Recreational Sports! (Note: Spring Fit Pass classes begin Monday, March 30).

I’m sorry, but Mary Newman is not going to be on campus this week.  We had a scheduling error on our end and I am sorry to confuse anyone.  I will keep you posted on when she will be on campus next.  In the meantime if you do need to speak with her you can email her at or you can call her at 541.758.1595


Again, she will not be on campus this week.


Mary Newman, Benton County Veterans Service Officer will be on campus this week!

Wednesday, March 25
Career Services Rm 5, Kerr Admin

Feel free to stop in if you have questions about any of your VA benefits.



The Student Conservation Association (SCA), in cooperation with our partners, has developed a number of programs that offer all this – Veterans Fire Corps, Veterans Fire Corps Project Leader, and HistoriCorps. We are now accepting applications for these summer 2015 programs

Please refer interested veterans to our Veteran Opportunities page to learn more and apply today.


All application fees are waived for U.S. Military Veterans. Members receive valuable training, housing, living allowance.




Jarrod Ball

Operations Director, Conservation Corps

Student Conservation Association (SCA)

603-543-1700 x1499





Moss Adams in Oregon is a regional accounting firm based out of Seattle, WA.

The Moss Adams Foundation has created several Diversity Scholarships that target sophomores accounting majors or candidates that will be completingtheir studies and be eligible to sit for the CPA exam between December 2017 and August 2018.

For more information please contact:

Stefanie Langfeldt, CPA/ Moss Adams LLP

Regional Recruiting Manager

805 SW Broadway, Suite 1200

Portland OR 97205

D (503) 478-2274 / T (503) 242-1447 / F (503) 274-2789

Academic Coach: Position Announcement

The Academic Success Center is seeking undergraduate and graduate students to apply for multiple Academic Coaches positions for the 2015-2016 academic year. This student employee position provides unique training and skill development in the area of one-on-one student coaching beginning in Spring 2015 with intensive academic coaching training. Academic Coaches work with students who wish to work on issues affecting their academic success, provide presentations for classes and campus organizations, organize student outreach and engagement, and assist the Academic Success Center with special projects.


About the Academic Success Center:

The Academic Success Center (ASC) supports and enhances OSU’s learning environment to promote student persistence and success by offering innovative and dynamic programs to support the needs of students in higher education.


Preferred Job Qualifications:

  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Interest in working one-on-one with other students
  • Good time management and organizational skills


Required Job Qualifications:

  • Minimum two terms at OSU
  • GPA of at least 3.00
  • Enrolled during the full 2014-2015 and 2015-16 academic year
  • Successful completion of Academic Success Coach Training



  • Gain unique and transferrable coaching and interpersonal skills
  • Increase awareness of campus resources
  • Provide direct support to students


To Apply:

1) Drop off your application materials (a brief cover letter explaining your interest in and fit for the position, your spring term schedule, resume, unofficial transcripts) to the Academic Success Center, Waldo 102, in an envelope addressed to Heather Anderson, Academic Coaching Coordinator (Preferred method)

2) Or send an Email, with the subject line “Academic Coach Application”, attaching the above application documents, to


For full consideration, please apply by Monday, March 2nd , by 5pm.


Diversity and Inclusion:

The Academic Success Center honors the diversity of student identities, experiences, purposes, learning styles, and encourages students from all academic majors