While the student experience will look and feel a bit different, together we can build a safer and healthier learning environment, and you can keep making progress toward your academic and personal goals. Oregon State will offer four types of courses this fall: remote learning, blended learning, in-person and online through Ecampus. Whether you feel safest taking courses online at home or you decide to live and pursue your studies on campus, you are welcome at OSU.
View a comprehensive overview of student resources that is searchable by campus on the OSU Experience website (visit department websites for details on service delivery and hours), and read below for information on how to create a successful fall term.
Remember that face coverings are required in common indoor spaces and areas outside where social distancing isn’t possible.
Continue to follow Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance by maintaining physical distance, washing your hands often and cleaning high-touch surfaces frequently.
Know the symptoms of COVID-19 and monitor your own health with daily self-screenings. Isolate and contact Student Health Services or your medical provider if you observe symptoms or have been exposed to someone with COVID-19.
You can use this Academic Success Center tool to create a schedule for yourself and organize your term.
Contact Student Care if you need help resolving health, safety, technology, financial or accommodation challenges.
While events will look different this fall, there are still many ways for you to connect with the Oregon State community. If you aren't sure where to start, visit the OSU Events Calendar or contact Student Experiences & Engagement. Almost all events — and all large-scale events — will be held remotely. Any in-person events will be modified to meet physical distancing and other public health requirements.