OSU Resumption Planning

OSU is developing plans to resume in-person teaching in late summer and for fall term, and enable a gradual restart of on-site university activities statewide.

Prioritizing safety and wellness, OSU plans will align with Oregon Health Authority and local health authority guidance. More detailed information can be found on the pandemic resumption plan page.

Latest Updates:

  • OSU Face Covering Requirement Effective June 14, 2020
  • OSU has developed a comprehensive plan (PDF) to gradually begin resumption of onsite activity. The plan is designed to be nimble and responsive to current community health conditions and guidance from state and local health authorities.

We're here for you. At Oregon State University, we are adapting in response to COVID-19 so that we can continue our mission of teaching, research and outreach and meet the needs of our communities.

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OSU responds to COVID-19 — by the numbers

Oregon State’s teaching, research and outreach mission continues — and we deliver by adapting quickly to the COVID-19 pandemic with creativity and determination.

  

40,000+

OSU Extension free online gardening course attendees

  

150

Research proposals submitted in March

  

$29 Million

Research funding awarded in March

  

1 Million +

Average minutes a day taught remotely on Zoom

Looking to give support?

Students are facing added expenses for travel to their home communities, computers and internet connections for online learning, and medical care while they are away from campus-based student health services. At the same time, many students have lost income from jobs that helped cover their basic needs. 

The Beavers Care initiative is one opportunity to help.

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