Covid-19 Resources

Boosters for Beavs

Free COVID-19 vaccination clinics are open to the public on our Corvallis, Bend, and Newport campuses. Updated booster doses (bivalent) are available in limited supply. No ID, no insurance required. Bring your COVID-19 CDC Card if possible. Mask required inside these spaces. Subject to changes. Visit for updates.

Vaccines, including the booster doses, are free of charge and available at many locations across the state. Please visit the Oregon Health Authority’s Safe and Strong website to find a vaccination site near you. The county websites below also include local access points for vaccines and boosters. Corvallis-based students can get their boosters at Student Health Services.

COVID-19 Information and Face Covering Reminders

Face coverings are welcome, but not required at OSU.

Please check the OSU Beaver Ready Covid Information webpage for the most current information about vaccination program requirements, Booster Blitz clinics, self-test kits, isolation guidelines and mask guidance. Please also refer to this Student COVID-19 FAQ.
UPDATE: Students are no longer required to notify OSU if they have tested positive for COVID-19.

Thank you for continuing to be considerate of your fellow Beavers!

Free COVID Tests

Free iHealth COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Tests are available on the Corvallis and Bend campuses and at the Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport. Each box contains two tests. While supplies last, OSU community members can pick up these self-test kits without restrictions. Please note the FDA has extended the self-test kit expiration dates by six months. 

Vaccine Requirements

Updated Sept. 23, 2022 – Oregon State University revised vaccine requirements for students. See here for details.

Want a mask?

Masks are welcome but not required at OSU. Those at higher risk should continue to wear a mask. Free N95 and KN95 masks (while supplies last) are available during normal operating hours at:

Additionally, disposable masks can be found in the Student Services Office (PFSC 116) or in the FERN Center.


  • Students with mild symptoms who do not wish to speak with a nurse or medical provider may call SHS directly at 541-737-9355 to schedule an antigen test at the SHS lab testing tent.
  • Students who feel unwell or have a high fever, severe cough, chest pain or severe sore throat should contact SHS at the same number above to speak with our advice nurse and arrange testing and a visit with one of our providers.
  • Students who have no symptoms but would simply like a test may use one of the self-test kits available at SHS and other sites on campus (while supplies last) or may wish to schedule an appointment with Willamette Valley Toxicology Lab in downtown Corvallis for PCR testing. Testing appointments for Willamette Valley Toxicology can be made online.
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