Important Vaccine Update
Starting April 19. 2021, all Oregonians age 16 and older are eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccinations. See key links below for more information:
The university works with local communities and public health systems to respond to the risk and spread of COVID-19 at all of its locations throughout Oregon. See the response levels below and a guide to operation details and risk levels (PDF). Watch an overview of the condition levels tool.
Corvallis and OSU-Cascades campuses
are currently at level 2
OSU’s onsite operations at a given location vary depending on condition level
View a full list of extension locations for localized operating levels.
Oregon State University is taking a comprehensive approach informed by science, public health guidance and community needs to reduce the risk and spread of COVID-19. This plan includes testing, contact tracing, isolation and quarantine protocols as well as personal and community care.
Prevalence testing, increased cleaning and public health measures such as frequent hand-washing, physical distancing and face coverings. More Prevention Information.
OSU TRACE testing each week for 1,000 students, faculty and staff in Corvallis, at OSU-Cascades and at the Hatfield Marine Science Center. Diagnostic testing also available for students in Corvallis and Bend. More Testing Information.
Virus transmission identification within a community through contact tracing. More Tracing Information.
Self-isolation for employees and students with symptoms. More Isolation Information.
Self-quarantine for employees and students in close contact with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 cases for 14 days. More Containment Information.
Medical services, access to food, support in academic progress and other care for affected students. More Care Information.