Building an even stronger Beaver Nation

All students are strongly encouraged to get a COVID-19 booster to create a healthier Oregon State community. Find a location at vaccines.gov.

Read below for resources to support you throughout the academic year, including assistance for your basic needs, information on technology, and guidance on what to do if you get sick or are exposed to someone with COVID-19.

Health and Well-Being

We all have a role to play in building a safer and healthier community. If you haven’t already received a COVID-19 vaccine or booster, check out information on where to do so and how to confirm your vaccination status. Oregon State requires vaccinations for students returning to in-person learning and university activities.

Have questions? Contact the COVID-19 hotline from 9 a.m. to noon and 1-5 p.m. at 541-737-7211 (option 7).


If you have symptoms of COVID-19, such as fever or new loss of taste, isolate and contact your medical provider. COVID-19 care ambassadors can walk you through available resources if you need to isolate or quarantine; they can help you plan for housing and food, connect you to health services, plus much more. If your learning in a course is disrupted by COVID-related factors, connect with your instructors to communicate what is going on and identify ways to make up course work. For guidance in this process, work with a strategist at the Academic Success Center.

Technology

Support Services and Community

Oregon State University is here for you. Check out the links below to find ways to engage with other students and explore a broad range of Oregon State resources, including career, health and financial services.

Communication

  

Still have questions?

View frequently asked questions, call the COVID-19 hotline at 541-737-7211 or contact the Office of the Dean of Students if you need assistance.