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This isn't business as usual. We are adapting to address the new challenges you are facing today. We have a broad range of resources to help you keep learning and stay connected. We're in this together.

Latest Updates

New FAQs on S/U Changes for Spring Term

May 1, 2020

The S/U policy and deadlines have temporarily changed to better support students this term. Check out FAQs from the Office of the Registrar.

No waitlist at CAPS

April 23, 2020

Whether you are seeking ongoing counseling or one-time help with a problem, Counseling & Psychological Services currently has no wait list for virtual appointments.

Missing peer interactions?

April 22, 2020

New resources available on how to create and hold study groups remotely: Tips, Strategies, and How-to Videos

Printing in Corvallis

April 21, 2020

Beaver Print stations are at the Memorial Union (first floor), the Milne Computer Center and the UHDS Service Centers. Need help creating or editing a digital document? Contact the Service Desk.

Connect with Your Academic Advisor

April 20, 2020

Don’t forget to connect with your academic advisor with questions about course selection and planning. If COVID-19 impacts your degree plan, work with your advisor.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you, a dependent or a close family member are ill, the university recommendation is to self-isolate and call your health care provider, Student Health Services or an emergency medical care provider. Please email your instructor as soon as you anticipate that illness will prevent you from attending to a requirement or meeting a deadline. The Office of the Dean of Students can also assist you if you are navigating a range of extenuating life circumstances, including but not limited to prolonged illness, hospitalization, financial concerns, etc. They can be reached via Zoom chat or audio Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at beav.es/4qQ or by email at support.odos@oregonstate.edu.

Last updated: April 9, 2020

Notify your instructor or graduate teaching assistant and let them know what you witnessed; they may not be aware of the problem. If you have a graduate teaching assistant or technical assistant in your section, you may be able to notify someone during the class. If not, send an email or Canvas message to your instructor or graduate teaching assistant after class. Disruptive and inappropriate behavior can interfere with students’ well-being and their ability to learn. If you let your instructor know about the situation, they can respond and support you and other students in the class.

If you have been subjected to behavior (aimed at you or others) and would like personal support, contact the Office of the Dean of Students or the ASOSU Office of Advocacy to learn more about resources available to support you.

Last updated: April 8, 2020

Look through your Canvas site for any resources or alternatives the instructor has made available. If you are unable to find any, communicate with your instructor and explain the situation. The instructor may be able to provide alternative options for completing the activity if they know the challenge you’re experiencing. If you are unable to resolve the situation with your instructor and would like additional support navigating next steps, contact the Office of Student Advocacy. If you do not have access to a computer or other equipment that you need to complete the activity, connect with the HSRC to fill out the single support form. If you do not have access to software or need technical support, contact the Service Desk

Last updated: April 8, 2020

If you’ve been asked to complete and submit work or paperwork that would generally be printed and completed by hand, consider taking a picture of the document and submitting that. If this is not possible in your situation, consult with the instructor or the person requesting the document and ask for ideas or alternatives. If you need help creating or editing a digital document or have run out of ideas, the Service Desk can help you.

Last updated: April 8, 2020

If you are having problems with your internet connection, there are a few things to keep in mind. Ensure that VPN is not active during your session; this can have a serious impact on performance. You may wish to limit other devices, applications and users accessing your internet connection simultaneously; streaming lectures and online meetings require about 2.0Mb/sec to operate well. You may wish to test your internet speed and ensure that the issues are not related to your personal internet connection. If you are unable to resolve your home connection issues, you may wish to explore other connection options. As a final idea, many computer labs and our campus wifi are still open and available on campus and can be thoughtfully used in a way that honors social distancing.

Last updated: March 23, 2020

OSU recommends the use of Canvas and Zoom for remote teaching delivery. See information aboutusing these tools. For general technology and resources, see the Keep Working page. If you have specialized or unique software that you use in your classes, or if you need help with these tools, please contact your local IT support team or contact the Service Desk (541-737-8787) for assistance.

Last updated: March 20, 2020

Prepare to use Canvas, our learning management system, as well as Zoom, OSU’s web-conference tool. These tools are already available to all students and you likely have experience with them from previous classes. If you need assistance, please contact the Community Network Service Desk at 541-737-8787 or visit this support website. You can also check out the student tips for Zoom.

Last updated: March 20, 2020

We are working closely with federal officials related to students who receive VA education benefits and the method of course delivery. Details will be sent directly to students receiving VA education benefits as they become available.

Last updated: March 19, 2020

If you do not have a computer available to you, faculty and graduate teaching assistants should contact their local IT support team or contact the Service Desk (541-737-8787). Students should contact the Service Desk (541-737-8787).

Last updated: March 18, 2020

We are working closely with federal officials related to students who receive veterans’ benefits and the method of course delivery. Details will be sent directly to students receiving veterans’ benefits as they become available.

Last updated: March 17, 2020

  

I still need help or my question wasn’t answered here!

If you would like to connect with a person to talk about your questions, please email the Office of the Dean of Students or connect via Zoom chat or audio.