There are so many ways to get connected and involved at OSU. Here are some on- and off-campus resources for you to investigate.
During the Thursday, Friday and Saturday before fall term begins
A combination of academic and celebratory campus events, lectures, and more! CONNECT is sponsored by New Student Programs and Family Outreach to provide new and returning students and opportunity to CONNECT to the campus, community, and each other.
Beaver Community Fair
The friday of the first week of classes
The Beaver Community Fair is a large community fair that showcases offices, clubs, and involvement opportunities. The Beaver Community Fair is a great opportunity to find out how to get involved with organizations or clubs on-campus.
Student Involvement, Leadership, and Government
- Student Involvement and Leadership (SLI)-SLI supports OSU's diverse cultures and community through over 250 student clubs and organizations.
- Associated Students of Oregon State University (ASOSU)-ASOSU is your student government that works to enhance the educational, social, and cultural experience at OSU.
- Memorial Union Program Council (MUPC)-The MUPC is a student run organization that coordinates over 100 events each year including Dad and Mom's Weekends, Battle of the Bands, music festivals, and the Women's Leadership Conference.
Sports and Recreation
- Recreational Sports and Sports Clubs-There are many opportunities to get connected and get active through OSU's Dixon Recreation Center, Intramural, and Sport Clubs.
- OSU Athletics-Visit the OSU Athletics page for links to information about OSU varsity sports, tickets, and game schedules.
OSU's Career Services provides students with on- and off-campus job listings through Beaver JobNet.
Corvallis Visitor's Bureau-A great online resource for all things Corvallis, including: event listings, restaurants, outdoor recreation, and much more!