Happy Week 2, Beavs! We hope you’re adjusting well to the start of the term. It is still required to meet with your assigned academic advisor every term before you can receive your registration pin, so be sure to schedule your appointment. Have a great week!

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Important Dates

  • Term dates: September 23 – December 4
  • Last day to add a course online with department approval: October 11
  • Withdraw from a course for 50% refund: October 18
  • S/U Deadline: November 13
  • Withdraw from a course final deadline (no refund): November 13
  • Phase 1 Registration: November 17 – December 4
  • Phase 2 Registration: December 5 – January 12
  • Finals week: December 7-11



Join Pre-Therapy Allied Health Club (PTAH)! We meet on Mondays at 7pm, starting Week 3. This club is for all pre-health students, especially those hoping to become a PT, OT, AT, PA, and more! This term we have presentations from several physical therapy programs and athletic training programs around Oregon, a student panel of graduate students, and more! Come meet other students, network with professionals, and learn more about your career options! If you want to be added to the listserv, email club president Bianca Reinalda.

Distinguished Professor Lecture: David Williams: Eat-Live, Eat-Die

Calling anyone interested in diet and health! We’ve all heard the old saying, “You are what you eat,” but to what extent does what you eat really affect your health? Distinguished Professor David Williams is the Linus Pauling Institute Helen P. Rumbel Professor for Cancer Prevention in the College of Agricultural Sciences and an internationally recognized expert in the field of toxicology. Join us to learn firsthand about his research on diet and health in a virtual lecture on October 6 from 5:00-6:00pm Pacific Time. Be sure to register

Oregon Health Plan Enrollment Event

Now more than ever, it is critical for students to have adequate and affordable health coverage that meets their needs. If you don’t have any health coverage, health coverage is too expensive for you, or if you are covered by your parent’s insurance but are still struggling with medical costs, you may qualify for the Oregon Health Plan (OHP), even if you already have private insurance. If you have a child under age 18, they can be covered through Oregon Health Plan (OHP) regardless of immigration status, and they may qualify for free health coverage either as primary or secondary coverage. Check to see the eligibility requirements here. From October 12-16 with 2 sessions a day at 10:00 am and 12:00 pm, the HSRC and the Benton County Health Department will be hosting a virtual OHP enrollment event. At the event, OHP certified community partners will be assisting you and your family with the enrollment processes for free and will be available for any other questions you may have. Registration is required and you can check out the event Facebook page for more information. Stay healthy Beavs!

Support Worker Job Opportunity

KIDS NW (Kids Individual Development Services) is hiring support workers whom are matched up with families that receive services through Developmental Disabilities.  The starting salary is $17-18, training is provided to support workers, and ages range from young children to adults with a wide range of abilities.  The support workers work directly with the care manager and her team. Care is usually is provided within the client’s home, and workers would be asked to follow preventative Covid-19 measures. Contact Kellie McClelland by email or phone (458-802-5025) for more information!

Environmental and Occupational Health Minor

Looking for a minor that clearly supports your major and provides you an accelerated path to a Masters of Public Health? You should consider the Environmental and Occupational Health (EOH) Program. The minor focuses on the impact of environmental and occupational hazards on human health, and it’s also available over Ecampus. The Accelerated Masters Program allows current OSU undergraduates with the EOH minor in Public Health to take graduate classes, apply those credits to minor requirements, and also transfer them to the MPH EOH graduate program at OSU. For more information, be sure to check the website, or contact Laurel Kincl if you have any questions.

Institute of Health Improvement Club

The IHI Open School Chapter here at OSU is a student-led club focused on advancing the safety and quality of care that is delivered in all healthcare settings around the world. As a club, they are dedicated to learning about the science of improvement and how to apply those principles to a real-life problem. The club’s mission is to provide members with an opportunity to engage in these principles so they can carry them into their careers. This is achieved through open discussions on healthcare, case studies, and guest speakers. This upcoming fall term there will be weekly meetings over Zoom open to anyone interested. If you are interested, be sure to email their President or Larry Gilley and get added to their Canvas page. In addition, be sure to check out their Facebook and Instagram!


SHE/SHA, or more formally known as the Society of Healthcare Executives and Society of Healthcare Administrators, is another great student-led club at OSU. The club is designed for people who are interested in becoming leaders in the healthcare world, and are hoping to develop their skills and expand their network.. Each meeting is dedicated to topics in leadership and discussion of current issues that face healthcare leaders. The club invites local leaders from various healthcare disciplines to speak on their path to leadership. Although it’s geared towards the healthcare world, the club is open to all majors and people. They will be hosting weekly Zoom meetings, so be sure to send them an email and get on their email list to get more information!

OSU Healthy Aging Club

Students from all disciplines are encouraged to attend OSU Healthy Aging Club (OSUHAC) meetings. This unique club offers students a chance to learn about careers in aging, interact with elders in the community, and gain experience for graduate school, professional programs, or work beyond college. Meetings will be held bi-monthly during Fall, Winter, and Spring terms. Be sure to contact their club President or their Faculty Advisor Carolyn Aldwin with any questions.

Minority Association of Pre-Med Students

The Minority Association of Pre-Med Students (MAPS) is a club that strives to increase the representation and matriculation of underrepresented minority students into medical school by fostering a collaborative environment among pre-med students and offering professional and educational opportunities for members. This is ultimately to address the needs of underserved communities and increase the number of clinically excellent, culturally competent, and socially conscious physicians of tomorrow. All are welcome who are passionate about diversity in medicine. Be sure to check out their Instagram, and send them an email if you’re interested in joining.

Youth Coaching Opportunity

Do you love sports?  Did you play them as a kid and learn to love them?  If you did, you probably had a great coach who taught you and developed your love of the sport and your skills.  Now it is your turn to share your knowledge of the sport(s) you love!  Corvallis Parks & Recreation offers programs in youth football, soccer, and volleyball in the Fall, and basketball and lacrosse programs in the Winter and Spring, and is in need of youth coaches.  If interested, contact Robert Thornberg at the P&R offices or call 541-754-1706.  In your response please indicate which sport(s) you want to coach.  No previous experience necessary, all you need is the desire to coach and general knowledge of the sport you want to coach.  Fall programs begin in just one week so don’t delay!

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