Winter 2021 – Monday Message Week 5

HCSA Events This Week NEW! Krispy Kreme Donut Fundraiser for Food DriveJoin us as we raise money for the Linn Benton County Food Drive during the month of February! Each dollar donated to the food drive is equivalent to gifting 7.5 pounds of food or 6 meals at the food pantry. In order to raise money for […]

January 31, 2021

HCSA Events This Week

NEW! Krispy Kreme Donut Fundraiser for Food Drive
Join us as we raise money for the Linn Benton County Food Drive during the month of February! Each dollar donated to the food drive is equivalent to gifting 7.5 pounds of food or 6 meals at the food pantry. In order to raise money for this cause, we will be selling Krispy Kreme Donuts from February 1-12 – so get them quick! You will be able to pick up your donuts on Saturday, February 13 between 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. outside of the LInC. With valentine’s day around the corner, what better gift to give than a box of donuts!? Even if it’s a gift to yourself! If you would like to purchase, please fill out this form. We will be selling the following flavors in boxes of a dozen donuts:
– Glazed for $12
– Jelly filled for $13
– Chocolate for $13

Each person who purchases a box of a dozen donuts will also be entered into a raffle to win a Dutch Bros gift card!

NEW! Honors College Sticker Fundraiser for Food Drive
Is your water bottle or laptop in need of some love? For the entire month of February, we will be selling our custom OSU Honors College stickers to raise money for the Linn Benton County Food Drive. Each dollar we donate is equivalent to 7.5 pounds of food or 6 meals at the food pantry. 

HC stickers will be sold for $3 each which equals to 18 meals! If you are interested in purchasing a sticker and joining us as we raise money for this cause, please fill out this survey (where you will also be able to view sticker design). You will have the option to pick up your sticker from the Honors College office in the LInC 450 or request for it to be mailed to you.

THIS Week! HCSA & Honors X General Meeting – New Members Welcome!
Looking for an opportunity to meet other students and get involved with the HC? The Honors College Student Association and Honors X hold their general meetings every Thursday.

  • HCSA: 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. via Zoom, Meeting ID: 922 1349 4129, Password: HCSA
  • Honors X: 8:00 to 8:30 p.m. via Zoom, Meeting ID: 917 5442 5322, Password: honors

Honors X is a group of students focused on creating a sense of community amongst first year students by hosting fun events, service events, and learning/development opportunities across multiple subjects. We hope to see you there!

HC Announcements and Events

NEW! HC Conversation Clusters: Music Winners & Resources for Paying for College!
Congratulations to this week’s winners: CC2, Enter Name Here, The Sleep Deprived, Team 129, Alpha Delta Helta and Group 161. All winners will receive Panera gift cards! 

February means scholarship deadlines, so this week your conversation cluster will be exploring resources related to paying for college. Check out the new module in Canvas outlining the various activities and prizes. 

Students experiencing difficulty paying the costs associated with Honors College enrollment should consider applying for a one-term Honors College Differential Tuition and Emergency Grant. Details for this scholarship can be found below, under the Scholarships section. See the application for additional information.

If you are having a hard time, you are not alone. Remember that the Honors College community is here for you. Please reach out to your cluster or to a HC faculty or staff member, we are here to support you and create a strong, thriving community. If you need assistance or would like to be reassigned to a new Conversation Cluster, please reach out to

NEW! Honors College Dean and Friends Conversation on a Career in Surgery with Dr. Amber Leis
All Honors College students are invited to a Dean and Friends conversation with Dr. Amber Leis, a 2003 graduate of the Honors College with her H.B.S. in microbiology. Dr. Leis is currently an associate professor at UC Irvine and the medical residency program director, as well as a plastic and hand surgeon. She was born in Sisters, Oregon to two artists, and as an undergraduate at Oregon State, she spent time in Zimbabwe and took a number of art classes.

After graduation, she received her M.D. at the Johns Hopkins University before completing her plastic surgery residency in Southern California. During that time, she developed a particular passion for hand and nerve surgery, and she completed a fellowship at USC in orthopaedic hand surgery. At this Dean and Friends, she will share how she has brought her interest and background in the arts into her current work, what drew her to surgery, and share some examples of the kind of surgery she does. To RSVP and get the Zoom link, email Kevin Stoller at  

NEXT WEEK! Register Now for FINAL Student-Faculty Mixer
Honors College Mixers are an excellent way to connect with faculty members, learn more about their research and potentially get involved in projects that could be the basis of an HC thesis. Even if you don’t yet feel ready to begin research or are unsure about your interests, attending these events help you explore opportunities and make connections. 

Dress in attire you are comfortable making a first impression with (even if over video conference). Be prepared to discuss your research interests and/or academic background in the breakout session after presentations. All Mixers will be via Zoom, so make sure you’ve updated Zoom before the Mixer, as it allows you to choose and move among breakout rooms.

Winter 2021 Mixers:

  • Multi-Discipline Mixer on Tuesday, February 9 from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m. via Zoom

Reserve your “virtual seat” here. The Zoom link will be sent to your OSU email 2 business days before the Mixer.

THIS WEEK! Stage One Thesis Workshop
Complete the first stage of your Honors Thesis! Learn more about the possibilities and requirements for the Honors Thesis and create your personal Thesis Map in a 45-minute workshop. Winter term Stage One workshops are:

  • Tuesday, February 2 from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • Thursday, February 11 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
  • Friday, February 12 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
  • Friday, March 5 from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.

You will receive a reminder and a Zoom invitation via email the business day before your workshop. You must register online to receive the conference link. Please register to attend the Stage 1 workshop here.

THIS WEEK! Honors College Parent and Family Conversation with OSU President F. King Alexander
Honors College students – invite your family to the Honors College winter family event featuring a conversation with OSU President F. King Alexander. All family members of current HC students are welcome to attend. President Alexander will speak briefly and answer questions on Friday, February 5 from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. At 2:00 p.m., guests can learn more about the Honors College Parent and Family Leadership Circle. The PLC supports Honors College differential tuition scholarships and provides feedback about the HC family experience. Family can register here or write HC Director of External Relations and Operations Kevin Stoller here with questions.

COMING SOON! State of the Honors College Presentation
All members of the Honors College community are invited to join Dean Toni Doolen for the annual State of the Honors College presentation and conversation on Tuesday, February 16 from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. At this Zoom event, Dean Doolen will provide updates about the college and answer questions. Please register here and direct any questions to

Information Sessions for Anyone Interested in Joining the HC
If you know of a student who is currently exploring college admission options for fall 2021, encourage them to sign up for an HC information session! 

Each week, the Honors College hosts ten virtual information sessions. Honors College Student Ambassadors connect with prospective students and families, sharing information about the Honors College and giving their own insights into student life at Oregon State. On Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, ambassadors host two information sessions delivering an overview of the college, its programs and the benefits of being a student. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, ambassadors host student panels! Several students are available to answer questions on topics like classes, majors, living on-campus and where to find the best food in Corvallis.

Interested students can sign up for an information session here. To sign up for a student panel, follow the link here. For other inquiries, ambassadors are available to answer questions at

Scholarship Opportunities

NEW! Schoenstein Sustaining Excellence Scholarship
The OSU Alumni Association and Community Engagement & Leadership are excited to accept applications for the Schoenstein Sustaining Excellence Scholarship. This fund was dedicated in order to provide scholarships for OSU students who are in their sophomore, junior or senior year, and who are actively involved in activities beyond coursework, demonstrating that they are committed to learning and contributing outside the classroom to the OSU and/or local community. This scholarship currently accepts applications through OSU’s Scholar Dollars system. Students from all OSU campuses are eligible to apply. The application deadline is Monday, February 15.

This scholarship will award six students with a one-time scholarship in the amount of $1,000. Award recipients will also have the option of being featured in the Create Your Own Story story-sharing series coordinated by CEL if they so choose. Award recipients will receive the full $1,000.00 financial award regardless of whether they decide to be recognized and featured through the CYOS story sharing series. An award recipient’s decision to participate in the CYOS story sharing series has no bearing on their reception of the scholarship.

2021-2022 Honors College Continuing Student Scholarships Application
All continuing Honors College students who want to be considered for HC tuition scholarships for the 2021-2022 academic year must complete an application to the Oregon State University Honors College Differential Tuition Scholarship in OSU ScholarDollars here. This application opened on January 1, 2021, so it may not have been accessible if you were previously in the system. The deadline to apply is April 5, 2021 at 11:59 p.m. Please contact Kevin Stoller at if you have any questions.

Honors College Differential Tuition and Emergency Grant
The Honors College recognizes that this may be a particularly challenging time for Honors College students and their families. We encourage students who are experiencing difficulty paying the costs associated with Honors College enrollment to apply for a one-term Honors College Differential Tuition and Emergency Grant. Determinations will be made on a rolling basis and will consider both need and the likelihood of earning the Honors Baccalaureate. 

Inability to pay Honors College differential tuition or other costs this term should not be the primary barrier to any student’s successful graduation from the college or continuation as an honors student.
 Approved grants may be for the full HC differential tuition (currently $500) or a portion of it and are for one-term only. Grants will not be renewed for additional terms, but students can reapply. Typically, students can only receive two Differential Tuition and Emergency Grant during their time in the Honors College. See the application for additional information.

Professional Development and Job Opportunities

NEW! Paid Position with HC as Peer Mentor Program Coordinator
Are you looking to get involved with the Honors College? The HC is looking for two coordinators to assist with the Peer Mentor Program. The coordinators will work in a team to co-lead the program and have the opportunity to make a difference in the personal development, guidance and impact of first-year and transfer students, building close relationships with mentors and new students while developing leadership skills. To apply, please visit the link here by February 10 . If you have any questions or concerns, please contact

NEW! Marine Studies Initiative Summer 2021 Internships
The Marine Studies Initiative office is pleased to offer Summer 2021 internships focused on interdisciplinary topics of the ocean and coasts. Internship projects are still being finalized but options may center around citizen science in the Cascade Head Biosphere Reserve, coastal tourism, the seafood industry, public engagement via video and social media creation, ocean acidification awareness, marine reserve interpretation and the seafood business and industry. Internship locations are also being finalized and may include Newport, Cascade Head near Lincoln City, Portland and Port Orford, Oregon. 

Internships range from a 30- to 40-hours per week commitment. All interns are expected to write a project proposal, create a poster and present their project at both the MSI internship symposium and a public meeting or conference after the internship, all under the guidance of a mentor. Interns will also be required to participate in group check-ins, field trips, seminars, professional development and other group activities.

Internships will be in-person experiences with some remote work, and will last up to 10 weeks in length, starting around June 14, 2021. Start and end dates may vary depending on the internship. Group housing will be provided. Interns will receive compensation as an OSU hourly student worker. Total salary will not exceed $6,240 for a full-time, 10-week period internship commitment.

All internships are open to currently enrolled OSU students and Oregon Community College students (OSU dual enrollment program or degree partnership program preferred). Students cannot be enrolled in more than 5 credits of summer classes. Any applying seniors must be enrolled as an OSU student in Summer 2021 to be eligible. The position requires driving a University or personal vehicle; thus intern must possess and maintain a current valid driver’s license in their state of residence.

Applications are due by midnight on February 28, 2021. Interns will be selected at the end of March. To apply, visit the link here. For more information, visit the MSI website here or contact Academic Advisor Cynthia Leonard here.

NEW! Registration for Winter Career Fairs Now Open
This winter, the OSU Winter Career Fair series as well as Speed Mock Interviews are virtual and through Handshake. Students have the opportunity to register and sign up for to speak with employers like Fast Enterprises, Cintas, Techtronic Industries, Build Group and many more. Below are the dates and links to events.

For more information about virtual fairs, please visit the link here.

NEXT WEEK! Celebration of Women in Engineering
In recognition of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, the College of Engineering at OSU invites students to celebrate the achievements of faculty and alumnae. This completely virtual event is free and open to the public.

On February 10, there will be a film premiere and panel for “Rooted in Community” from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m., featuring live audience Q&A with the engineers featured in the film. In the film, six women share their experiences in engineering: how they broke through barriers, made impacts through research, and are guiding the next generation of engineers.

On February 11, there will be a career diversity panel with College of Engineering alumnae from 9:00 to 9:50 a.m., featuring live audience Q&A, allowing students to learn about some of the amazing career paths women have pursued with Oregon State Engineering degrees. Then, from 10:10 to 11:50 a.m. there will be a faculty panel discussing how they use teaching and research to advance progress with Grand Challenges for Engineering. Finally, from 12:10 to 1:00 p.m. the COE will host a live networking session and virtual display booths, allowing students to connect with other attendees, join discussion groups and explore virtual booths hosted by OSU Engineering student organizations.

To register, please follow the link here. To read panelist bios and find more information, click the link here. For questions or event access assistance, contact

Dell Technologies Summer 2021 Internship Opportunity
Interested in interning with Dell Technologies this summer? Check out their available internships on Handshake through the OSU Career Development Center:

  • Dell Tech Services – General Business job posting here
  • Dell Tech Services – Engineering job posting here
  • Dell Tech Services – Business Analytics job posting here

Student Energy Analyst Position with OSU Energy Efficiency Center
The OSU Energy Efficiency Center is looking for motivated Student Energy Analysts to work part-time during the school year for 10 to 12 hours per week, and during the summer for 30 to 40 hours per week. The OSU EEC offers comprehensive on-site assessments to small and medium-sized manufacturers. Student teams advised by engineering faculty visit manufacturers across the Northwest and seek ways to increase their productivity and reduce energy use and waste. These engineering analyses and improvement recommendations are compiled into a report and delivered to the client. Visit the EEC website here for more information. Please apply before February 14 for full consideration.

Wellness Resources

NEW! OHP and SNAP Virtual Application Sign-Up Support
The Human Services Resource Center and the Benton County Health Department will host the virtual OHP and SNAP enrollment event from February 16-19, with two sessions per day at 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. OHP-certified community partners will be assisting students and their families with the enrollment processes. Registration is required, so sign up here!

What is OHP and SNAP? SNAP helps make college expenses more affordable by providing up to $234/month to buy groceries. The funds are loaded into an Electronic Benefits Transfer card, which is like a debit card that can be used to purchase food at grocery stores, convenience stores and farmers markets. OHP is free comprehensive health coverage for Oregonians who meet income requirements and other criteria. 

Students who are citizens or permanent residents may apply as long as they meet income limits and other eligibility requirements are met. If you have a child under age 18, they can be covered through the OHP, regardless of immigration status.  

For accommodations or questions regarding disability, please contact the HSRC at or call (541)737-3747 between 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Togetherall: A Virtual Community for Students, Focused on Mental Health and Wellbeing
CAPS has partnered with a company providing virtual peer-to-peer mental health and wellbeing support: Togetherall. Its online community is clinically moderated by mental health professionals, and offers students a safe and anonymous place to express their thoughts, concerns and triumphs. Students can draw strength and insights from peers that have real, lived experiences, and access a range of self-directed, clinically-validated tools to promote positive mental health and wellbeing. Togetherall integrates with OSU’s existing campus counseling services and after-hours emergency phone lines.

Watch the short informational video here to learn more. Togetherall is available for free to all OSU students who register with their Oregon State University email address, and is available 24/7/365. For more information, visit the Togetherall website here, visit the CAPS website on Togetherall here.

Enjoy a different 15-minute guided meditation each week. Benefits of meditation include: stress reduction, better sleep, sharper concentration, anxiety management and happier relationships. Sessions take place every Tuesday and Wednesday at 4:00 p.m. Contact to coordinate extra credit for student attendance. Faculty and staff are welcome too. Register here!

Campus-Wide Opportunities

TODAY! 2021-2022 Tuition Forums Scheduled
Join the University Budget Committee to discuss tuition and ask questions about the overall university budget. Weekly open forums have been scheduled through March 11. The next one is scheduled for today, February 1, from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. More information can be found here, to register for today’s forum, click here.

TOMORROW! Attend Housing Kickoff to Learn About Student Housing Options
Are you searching for next year’s housing? University Housing and Dining Services has got students covered. Attend the Housing Kickoff for live Q&A about 2021-22 student housing options. Plus, all attendees get priority room selection status and the chance to win prizes like a Nintendo Switch and Beats headphones. The Housing Kickoff is tomorrow via Remo, on Tuesday, February 2 from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. Visit the link here to register.

TOMORROW! Pandemic as Portal: Lecture with Mazin Jamal and KJ Song on “Let Me Be a Good Ancestor: Rooting Social and Environmental Justice in Song and Spirit”
The Pandemic as Portal series is a lecture series featuring visionary thinkers from many perspectives—from writing, philosophy and history to architecture, music and filmmaking—as they explore their highest vision of environmental and social justice as the world reconfigures in the midst of the pandemic. Tomorrow, at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 2, Mazin Jamal and KJ Song will present their lecture, “Let Me Be a Good Ancestor: Rooting Social and Environmental Justice in “Song and Spirit”. 

Mazin Jamal and KJ Song are members of Thrive Choir, a diverse group of vocalists, artists, activists, educators, healers and community organizers who join together in big harmony. Members unite to build equitable systems where people can flourish as individuals, as communities, and as a planet. Visit the link here to register for the lecture.

THIS WEEK! Career Panel: Things I Wish I Knew About…
These events are a career panel experience exploring topics like identity, race and assimilation in the workplace with alumni and professionals who’ve experienced them first-hand. 

THIS WEEK! Deadline for Music Technology and Production Album
The Music Technology and Production program at OSU produces an album during winter and spring terms. The MTP program is soliciting songwriters from around campus to send them a demo of an original song, which might be included in the album. Once they select the best tracks, each artist will be paired with students in the MTP program to produce the final project. This opportunity is open to all OSU students and participation from minorities and underrepresented groups is especially encouraged. The submission deadline is February 5. To apply, follow the link here.

THIS WEEK! Provost’s Lecture Featuring Mae C. Jemison – Exploring the Frontiers of Science and Human Potential
Join the Provost on Thursday, February 4 at 6:30 p.m. for a conversation with Dr. Mae C. Jemison: the first woman of color in space, national science literacy ambassador and advocate for racial leaps in knowledge, technology, design and thinking on Earth and beyond. This conversation is free and open to the public.

Currently, Dr. Jemison leads the 100 Year Starship, a bold, far reaching nonprofit initiative to ensure the capabilities exist for human travel beyond our solar system to another star within the next 100 years. Jemison is building a multi-faceted global community to foster the cultural, scientific, social and technical commitment and financial framework and support needed to accomplish the 100YSS vision. The 100YSS Way Research Institute seeks to generate the radical leaps that accelerate knowledge, technology, design, and thinking not just for space travel, but to enhance life on Earth. Jemison led the team that won the competitive, single awardee seed funding grant in February 2012 from premiere research agency DARPA.

Jemison started The Jemison Group, Inc. a technology consulting firm integrating critical socio-cultural issues into the design of engineering and science projects, such as satellite technology for health care delivery and solar dish Stirling engine electricity in developing countries. JG researches and develops stand-alone science and technology companies. An Environmental Studies professor at Dartmouth College, Jemison worked on sustainable development and technology design particularly for the developing world.

Register here to join the conversation! Visit the Provost’s Lecture Series website here for more information. Please contact Andrea McDaniel here in the Office of the Provost with any questions.

NEXT WEEK! Cabildos Speaker Series: Dr. Carmen Thompson, ‘On American Whiteness and Anti-Blackness: Towards an Understanding of Race in America’
The Cabildos Speaker Series presents Dr. Carmen Thompson, history instructor at Portland Community College. On February 10 at 4:00 p.m., Thompson will present her talk, “On American Whiteness and Anti-Blackness: Towards an Understanding of Race in America.” Register here to tune in!

Thompson is an independent scholar and historian of race and the Black experience. Dr. Thompson earned her Ph.D. in U.S. History from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign and her master’s degree in African American Studies from Columbia University in New York, where she was the recipient of the Zora Neale Hurston Award for Excellence in Writing by the Institute for Research in African American Studies for her M.A. thesis. She is a member of the editorial board of the peer-reviewed journal, the Oregon Historical Quarterly, where she co-edited and authored articles in the journal’s regionally acclaimed special issue on White supremacy in Oregon.

Currently, Dr. Thompson is a visiting scholar in the Black Studies department at Portland State University where she is working on her book “The Making of American Whiteness,” which examines the origins of Whiteness in America. Dr. Thompson has taught a wide range of courses on race and the Black experience at Portland Community College and Portland State University, including American slavery, Black feminism and race and racism. Her research interests include the history of slavery and the slave trade in the New World and Pre-colonial West Africa, early African American history, race and ethnicity in early America and the Great Migration.

Provost’s Literary Prize – $500 and On-Campus Publication
This prize is open to currently enrolled undergraduate students at OSU! The literary work can be fiction, poetry or creative nonfiction written for a general audience. Submissions must be the student’s original work, typed no longer than 14 double-spaced pages for prose or 8 manuscript pages for poetry.  On the first page, students must include their full name, year in school, preferred email address, current mailing address, phone number and student ID number.

The deadline for submission is midnight on Tuesday, February 16. Email your submission as an attachment – Word or PDF – to the Provost’s Literary Prize Screening Committee via Professor Scribner in the School of Writing, Literature and Film at Your subject line should be either “Provost’s Literary Prize—Poetry” or “Provost’s Literary Prize—Prose.”

The Provost will announce the winner in May, and the winner will receive a $500 award in addition to having their writing published on campus. Any questions can be directed to Professor Scribner by email.

OSU Takes Part in Tournées Film Festival!
The Tournées Film Festival is a Francophone festival which seeks to bring French cinema to American university students. And this year, OSU gets to take part! The OSU Anthropology and French Clubs will be showing six Francophone films over the course of Winter and Spring term, the second one being this week on Thursday, February 11 at 6:00 p.m. with “Hyenas”.

The films are free and are available to any student who wishes to see them, and we want to make sure that everyone knows they are welcome to attend. There will also be a short 30 minute discussion about the films after our viewing, which will be moderated by professors in the French and Anthropology departments. To register for the film-viewing and discussion, visit the link here!

HC Resources

These resources are available throughout the term.

UPDATED! SLUG and HC Office Hours
The SLUG is open! If you would like to arrange a meeting with an HC staff member, please call 541-737-6400 or email SLUG hours are:

  • Monday – 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
  • Tuesday – 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
  • Wednesday – 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
  • Thursday – 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
  • Friday – 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • Saturday – 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
  • Sunday – 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

LInC Access: Entry during hours when the SLUG is open and the LInC is closed is now via ID card only. The code that worked previously has been deactivated. If your ID card is not working, please notify Note: the card only allows access to the LInC when the SLUG is open. The LInC’s hours are Monday-Friday, 6:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. For additional information and updates, see here.

“Forgot your lunch?” Station Available in SLUG
The Honors College is back with a “Forgot your lunch?” station for you to have a snack or light lunch if you ever need it. Whether you need food because you forgot your lunch, are low on money, or simply need a snack – please help yourself to this free resource. The resource is self-serving and can be accessed any time that the SLUG is open in the kitchen area.

West & Sackett Drop-In Office Hours
Emily Garcia, the Honors College Student Engagement Coordinator, will be hosting office hours throughout fall term. Stop by if you have any questions regarding the Honors College, the Honors College Student Association, how to get involved, or just need general advice and someone to talk to!

  • Mondays: 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in West Hall 121
  • Tuesdays: 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in Sackett 105
  • Wednesdays: 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in West Hall 121
  • Thursdays: 3:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in Sackett 105

COVID-19 Resources

Honors College Compact
Recognizing the interdependence of all members of our community and the responsibilities as an HC student, the Honors College Community Compact outlines health and safety expectations and requirements for the upcoming academic year. This compact is designed to help protect our campus and local communities from the risks posed by COVID-19.

Human Services Resource Center: COVID-19 Resources
The HSRC has changed many processes and programs so they can continue meeting students’ basic needs – this includes access to food, shelter, and other course related materials. More information on HSRC services can be found here.
Remote Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
Basic Needs Navigation and Emergency Housing

COVID Emails Sent to Students
The emails in this link were approved by the OSU Registrar to be sent to Student Communications listserves in the 2020-2021 school year. It provides a clear overview of emails sent to students regarding the OSU response to COVID-19 in the past few months.

By: Sukhjot Sal


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