In addition to the staff and resources within the Academics for Student Athletes office, we encourage students to utilize these additional campus resources:
Student Computing Facilities (SCF) - (541) 737- 8787
Visit the SCF website for a list.
Mathematics Learning Center (MLC) - 108 Kidder Hall | (541) 737-4946
The Math Learning Center (MLC) main location in Kidder provides a general study space for students adjacent to the tutoring area. For more information and this term’s schedule please visit the Math Learning Center's website.
The Valley Library
Click here for a list of tutoring services in the Valley Library. Click here to reserve a study room.
The Educational Opportunities Program (EOP) Learning Center - 333 Waldo Hall | (541) 737-3998
Some student athletes are EOP students. The Writing Center at EOP is a place to work on any step in the writing process. The Math Lab operates on a drop-in basis. Students also have access to computers. EOP also has tutors available by appointment.
For more information about EOP please visit the EOP website.
The Student Success Center
Please see the Learning Centers area of this site for up-to-date information regarding building access and hours of operation.
Study and Content Assistance
The Valley Library Collaborative Learning Center (CLC) - Valley Llibrary | (541) 737-3331
Located in the Learning Commons, the CLC provides a variety of services to help students. During scheduled hours, the CLC has peer tutors and Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTAs) from Career Services, the Writing Center, Chemistry (the Mole Hole), Mathematics (the Math Learning Center), Physics (the Worm Hole), Supplemental Instruction (SI), and the Writing Center. For more information and this term’s scheduled hours in the CLC please visit the CLC website.
Extended Campus (Ecampus) Online Tutoring
Ecampus offers online tutoring for students enrolled in ecampus courses. For more information, please visit the Ecampus Tutoring website.
Supplemental Instruction (SI) Study Tables - Collaborative Learning Center, Valley Library | (541) 737-2272
For more information and this term’s schedule visit the SI website. Subjects generally supported include lower-division mathemaitics, biology, chemistry, and anatomy and physiology.
Beta Alpha Psi Accounting Tutoring - 420 Bexell Hall
Beta Alpha Psi, the accounting fraternity, provides free tutoring in BA 211, 213, and 215. For this term's schedule please visit the Beta Alpha Psi tutoring website.
Economics Undergraduate Lab/Tutoring - 330G Ballard Extension Hall
The Economics Undergraduate Lab offers free tutoring in lower division Economics courses as well as access to computers and a printer. For more information and this term's schedule please visit the Economics Undergraduate Lab's website.
Mathematics Learning Center (MLC) - Kidder Hall 108 and the Collaboartive Learning Center, Valley Library | (541) 737-4946
The Math Learning Center (MLC) provides study space for students in Kidder and access to tutoring in Kidder and the CLC. For more information and this term’s schedule please visit the Math Learning Center's website.
Mole Hole (Chemistry) - Collaborative Learning Center, Valley Library
Worm Hole (Physics)
Weniger Hall 145 | Generally staffed Monday – Friday noon – 6:00pm
Collaborative Learning Center, Valley Library | Sunday-Thursday 6:00pm – 10:00pm
The Worm Hole is the term used for the coordinated assistance Physics TAs provide to students each term. For more information and this term's schedule please visit the Physics TA office hours website.
The Writing Center
123 Waldo Hall, 2nd floor North Study, Student Success Center
Collaborative Learning Center, Valley Library | (541) 737-5640
The Writing Center provides assistance both in person and via the Online Writng Lab. Their website also provides helpful writing tips and resources.
Additional Student Services
Academic Success Center (ASC) - 102 Waldo Hall | (541) 737-2272
The ASC offers a variety of services to students at OSU. They support OSU’s learning environment and promote student success from admission through graduation and beyond. Some of the services they provide include: academic coaching, supplemental instruction, and help developing student-specific strategies for success. For more information on them and the services they provide check out the ASC website.
Career Services - B008 Kerr Administration Building | (541) 737-4085
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) - 500 Snell Hall | (541) 737-2131
CAPS offers a variety of services, including personal counseling and group therapy. For more information please check out the CAPS website.
Disability Access Services (DAS) - A200 Kerr Administration Building | (541) 737-4098
Formerly Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) – DAS provides an equal opportunity to higher education for students with disabilities by providing effective accommodations based on law and/or current best practices. DAS facilitates access to University programs and services through accommodations, education, consultation, and advocacy. Among the services provided by DAS are: alternative testing, alternative format, classroom access, note taking services, deaf and hard of hearing access services, overhead copies, priority registration, and lab and library assistants. For more information please check out the DAS website.
Educational Opportunities Program (EOP) - 333 Waldo Hall | (541) 737-3998
The Educational Opportunities Program offers academic counseling, courses, and other academic services for identified students. For more information, please visit the EOP website.