28 September 2016
OSU-Cascades – Veterans Social and Resource Event
The event will be in Tykenson Hall 104 from 4 to 6 pm.
06 October 2016
OSU-Main Campus – Veteran Social and Resource Event
Then event will be in Austin Hall Event room on the first floor from 4 to 7 pm.
Events are open to all members of our Beaver Vet Community. Faculty, staff, students, and family are all welcome to attend.
Come meet other members of our community and partake in some of the food and refreshments.
Oregon State and local veterans resource providers will be available to answer questions on their programs.
Start the Fall Semester with a professional career coach through ACP’s Veteran Mentoring Program!
American Corporate Partners (ACP), helps veterans achieve career goals through a free national mentorship program and is a proud partner of the Student Veterans of America (SVA). Hundreds of student veterans have already taken advantage of these opportunities with great success.
A dedicated Mentor can make an enormous impact on a student veteran. Watch ACP student veteran Protégés explain the value of their mentorships in their own words.
To start your mentorship, visit www.acp-usa.org/mentoring to apply today and note that you were referred by OSU. For more information please contact Katie Wilt at email@example.com.
The Veterans Dependent Tuition Program may now be used by eligible students for online courses and on campus courses offered by OSU, OSU-Cascades, and OSU Ecampus.
Traditionally this benefit was for courses taken on campus only.
The Veterans Dependent Tuition Program provides Oregon residents a full tuition waiver (not fees) for a bachelor’s or master’s degree for a child or spouse of a member of the United States Armed Forces who either died in active duty, became 100% disabled in connection with military service, or died as a result of a disability sustained in active duty. Or the student must be a child (including adopted child or stepchild) of a Purple Heart recipient, alive or deceased, who was relieved or discharged from service in the Armed Forces of the United States with either an honorable discharge or a general discharge under honorable conditions and was awarded the Purple Heart in 2001 or thereafter for wounds received in combat.
The benefit still does not apply to study abroad programs.
For additional information contact the Military and Veteran Resources Advisor at: firstname.lastname@example.org
ASOSU is now hiring for the Coordinator of Veterans Affairs and other positions.
The positions range from 15-20 hours a week. They offer great experience for people interested in change on our OSU campus.
To apply visit http://asosu.oregonstate.edu/employment.
Applications are due Thursday July 28th by 5pm.
Direct any questions to email@example.com
Tuesday FEB. 16 / MAR. 8
Valley Library – Barnard Classroom
A writing assistant will be available to help with any writing task at any stage of the writing process. Writing assistants can help with all aspects of the writing process from brainstorming and organization to questions of grammar and usage.
The Valley Library will also have a dedicated librarian on hand to provide expert assistance. Librarians can aid you in your academic requirements by helping you utilize the full resources of the library.
Child care is available at the Little Village Child Care Center inside of the Valley Library in RM 3564 at no cost to the student. Students may drop off their children ages 6 months – 10 years on a first come, first serve basis between 2:30pm-9pm.
Join us in the Memorial Union (Multipurpose Room 13) between 4pm and 6pm on the 19th of January.
New and returning student veterans and their families, as well as faculty and staff who have served are all welcome.
Take this opportunity to connect with each other as well as gain more information about programs and services at Oregon State that can assist you while you are here.
Food and beverages are provided.
6pm-8pm, November 11, 2015, an OSU-OPB town hall on Veteran’s Day at the Deschutes Brewery Mountain Room (901 SW Simpson St. Bend, OR) *a collaboration of OSU, as part of the Citizenship and Crisis Initiative, with OPB’s Think Out Loud, hosted by Dave Miller. The format is to have panel discussion with audience participation. This event was shaped by scholars, teachers, staff, and students at OSU. It is not a “media” event and there is no political agenda. We are just sharing information and perspectives.
There will be free food and a cash bar. The event will be audio taped and edited to air on OPB radio on Think Out Loud at noon on November 12.
Please see attached poster and here is our Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/events/129934820692576/
We plan to have scholars, veterans, counselors, activists, and others involved, and this is likely to be covered by the media as well. We did one of these OSU-OPB collaborative town halls in Corvallis in February and it reached tens of thousands via radio and had a terrific audience and impact.