Welcome to Oregon State Universities MBA program. We are happy to be with you on this next step of your journey. Below you will find additional resources from around campus that we thought might be useful to our MBA students.

If you do not find what you are looking for here, please take this time to search the campus resource guide found here. If you are having difficulty locating a service you need, please contact the MBA office directly at OSUMBA@oregonstate.edu and we will do our best to help direct you to the best service for your needs.



Online Services or MyOSU  is the medium by which you will conduct much of your business with the university. From Online Services or MyOSU you may add/drop/withdraw courses, update your current mailing address, view unofficial transcripts, order official transcripts, view & pay your bill and review financial aid information.


Getting an ID card

ID Center
Memorial Union, room 103
Monday – Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
(541) 737-2493

  • You can have your photo taken at the ID Center or upload a photo online and have your card waiting for you.
  • You will need photo ID (valid driver's license, state ID card, military ID, passport or resident alien card) to pick up your OSU ID card.
  • Your first ID card is $20, charged to your student account;replacement cards are $25.



Parking Permits

Transit and Parking Services
100 Adams Hall
Monday – Friday, 7:30am to 4:30pm
(541) 737-2583

  • From 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday through Friday, permits are required for all vehicles parked on campus, except during open periods and in metered spaces
  • You can purchase a permit at a permit kiosk, online or at the Parking Services office 


Student Health Services

If you have any questions regarding student health services please follow this link



100 Kerr Administration Building Windows 9 – 12
Hours: Monday – Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Phone: (541) 737-2597 
Fax: (541) 737-0625

  • Tuition & fee payment: To maintain your registration eligibility for each term you must keep your account in good standing. Visit the Business Affairs website for detailed information available about student billing.
  • Where can I view my bill?: You can view your bill via Online Services. Once you have logged into your online services choose the Student Account Information menu option. You can also go to myBill.oregonstate.edu to view your bill.
  • When is my bill due?: E-bill statements are sent to ONID accounts on the 5th of the month. Balances not paid by the 1st of the following month are considered past due and interest begins to accrue.
  • How can I pay my bill?: Bills may be paid via e-check, personal check, money order, cash or credit card.
  • Tuition & fee payment: If you are enrolled in courses beyond the end of the add/drop period you are responsible for at least a portion of the applicable tuition and fees.



OSU Beaver Store & Textbooks

The OSU Beaver Store, located across from Reser Stadium, is a nonprofit corporation that has been serving Oregon State University and the city of Corvallis since 1914. As a non-profit corporation, profits are returned up front in the form of sales discounts. Search the website for textbooks, Beaver apparel, general books, electronics and more. For a list of textbooks for your courses you can use the OSU Bookstore site and get a price comparison. NOTE: You are not obligated to purchase your textbooks from the OSU Beaver Store. 


Disability Access Services

A200 Kerr Administration

  • Disability Access Services (DAS) offers an array of services to students with documented disabilities, and assists faculty, staff and other members of the OSU community with access consultation and accommodation requests.


The Graduate Writing Center

125 Waldo Hall
Monday-Friday, 10 am-4 pm


  • Supports all OSU graduate student, post-doc, and faculty writing needs. For graduate students who are working on their thesis/dissertation or who are producing seminar papers, essays and other course-related writing, the GWC provides one-on-one consultations. Although graduate students are themselves the content experts, the GWC can help with writing related activities including brainstorming, argument development, organization, clarity of expression and citation/documentation.
  • The Graduate Writing Center will facilitate workshops throughout the year on topics specific to graduate student writing. Please check the calendar of events on the front page of the Writing Center website for information about the dates, locations and topics for upcoming workshops.


When Do I Call the Ombuds Office?

Are you experiencing a conflict that seems too difficult or complex to address? Not sure where to start?

The University Ombuds Office (UOO) is a free resource that provides informal, impartial, and confidentialconflict management services to all members of the OSU community. An Ombuds (also "ombudsman" or “ombudsperson”) is a designated neutral who will help you explore your options, develop a plan, and assist you with the skills needed to address adversity more effectively.

If you aren’t sure where to take your concern, the Ombuds is a safe place to start.

The University Ombuds Office
116 Waldo Hall
Monday-Friday,8:30 am to 5:30 pm. 
Visitors are encouraged to schedule an appointment by phone at 541-737-7029; however drop-ins can be accommodated dependent on the Ombuds availability.


Intercultural Student Services

Intercultural Student Services (ISS) is committed to the access and retention of underrepresented and multiple identity students by providing facilities, cultural programs, activities, support services and leadership development opportunities. For more information on ISS, please visit http://oregonstate.edu/dept/iss/  or contact Director Allison Davis-White Eyes at allison.davis-whiteeyes@oregonstate.edu.


LGBT Outreach & Services

149 Snell Hall

  • The Office of LGBT Outreach & Services provides resources, referrals and advocacy for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex and allied (LGBTQQIA) communities at OSU. It is also the advising unit for LGBTQQIA student groups, clubs and organizations, including the OSU Pride Center.


Women's Center

Benton Annex

  • The Oregon State University Women's Center, established in 1973, offers learning experiences that help women transform themselves and society. Its educational programs reflect the diverse views of women from all walks of life. The center provides advocacy, support, programs, resources and opportunities to translate concerns into action.


Sexual Assault Support Services (SASS)

500 Snell Hall

  • SASS offers support, information and counseling for female and male survivors of unwanted sexual contact and interpersonal violence. Services are confidential and free for OSU students. They also provide consultation for those seeking information about how to help a survivor. Please feel free to call for more information about their services.


Counseling and Psychological Services

500 Snell Hall (5th floor)
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday through Friday

  • Counseling and Psychological Services provides counseling, consultation, outreach and education to OSU students, faculty and staff. They do this in order to facilitate students’ academic success, mental health and personal development and to promote a culture of positive mental health at OSU.
  • Some resources at CAPS, like the Mind Spa, are available to everyone on campus. Some counseling resources are only available to students that pay a health fee. For more information, visit http://oregonstate.edu/counsel/



Veterans Services


  • The Office of Veterans Information is here to assist veterans in making a smooth transition from military life to that of a student. They are dedicated to providing veterans with the tools and services they need to succeed at Oregon State University.
  • Their website provides detailed information regarding procedures and requirements related to utilizing GI Bill benefits to help veterans attain their educational goals. To further enhance the OSU experience, they have provided links and contact information for numerous campus resources that may be of benefit to veterans and their families.
  • If you have any questions not addressed on their website please email your inquiry to veterans@oregonstate.edu


Sports and recreation



Parenting resources and dependent care


Religion and family activities

OSU Religious Advisors Association- Spiritual Life @ OSU:


Many students express an interest in developing spirituality during their university years. Opportunities to do so with other students can be explored through the religious/spiritual/philosophical groups on campus. All groups are coordinated by the Religious Advisors Association in cooperation with Student Involvement and the Office of the Dean of Student Life at Oregon State University.


OSU Athletics
  • OSU competes in NCAA Division 1 in many sports, within the PAC-12 Conference
  • If you are interested in attending athletics events, please visit the homepage for Athletics for schedules and ticketing information


International Student Advising and Services (ISAS)

International Student Advising and Services (ISAS) provides ongoing advising, programming and services to international students and their dependents regarding visa and immigration status, employment, travel, cultural adjustment, enrollment issues, dependents and more. They serve over 3,000 international students and their families from more than 90 countries in degree, exchange and Intensive English and Pathway (INTO OSU) programs. ISAS is also the primary contact for sponsored students and students in the Conditional Admission Programs. International Student Advising and Services (ISAS) is a unit in the Division of International Programs, which includes services for international scholars and faculty, offers study abroad programs and the IE3 international internship program and the International Degree program.

Why come to ISAS?

  1. To meet with an international student advisor about immigration, visas, cultural, financial, personal or academic issues
  2. To be referred to the appropriate campus, department or community resource
  3. To sign up for and attend special information sessions
  4. To receive informational handouts and forms


How can I see and contact an International Student Adviser?

Students can meet with an international student adviser during walk-in hours or in individual appointments. They have walk-in hours every weekday from 2:00 – 4:30 pm in both of their locations: 

University Plaza
1600 SW Western Blvd., Suite 130
Corvallis, OR 97333

International Living Learning Center
1701 SW Western Blvd.
Corvallis, OR 97333

Individual appointments are available with an international student adviser by contacting the International Programs receptionist

8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday.

ISAS telephone number: 541-737-6310
ISAS email: isas.advisor@oregonstate.edu

The easiest way to meet with an adviser is by going to their daily walk-in advising hours.