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Faculty, staff and students may contact the offices listed below at any time for consultation or referrals. I recommend everyone save a copy of this list of available support mechanisms should any of these needs unexpectedly arise.
For more information please contact the Office of Student Life at 541-737-8748.
Contact: Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm, 541-737-8748 option 2; firstname.lastname@example.org
The Office of Student Life's "Dean Team" and the OSU Care Network assist students in the resolution of problems and concerns, and provide referrals to campus resources. They also serve as a resource for parents, families, faculty, and staff in supporting student success from entry to graduation. The OSU Care Network is made up of 4 multi-disciplinary, collaborative teams designed to address and respond to broad and/or specific students of concern issues, both at the individual and group levels.
Contact: Monday - Friday 9am - 4:30pm, 541-737-8748, option 3; StudentAssistance@oregonstate.edu
The Student Assistance Team provides direct service to students, and consultation for faculty and staff. The service helps faculty, staff, advisors and students navigate non-academic student issues, university policy, and OSU resource questions.
Contact: 541-737-8748; http://studentlife.oregonstate.edu/student-care
The SCT addresses the needs of distressed students and disruptive student behaviors. The goal of the SCT is to promote the safety and health of students, which, in turn, aids in the well-being of our overall OSU community.
Contact for more information: email@example.com
The Threat Assessment Team utilizes national best practices to develop procedures and protocols for response to actual or potential violence; evaluates potential threats posed by students, faculty, staff and/or campus visitors; and decides upon suitable response(s) for selected cases.
The CCT meets twice per term to provide an opportunity for team members to identify trends and/or patterns of behavior that may impact the campus community, proactively explore issues that occur on other campuses or in the Corvallis community that could impact OSU students, and discuss gaps in procedures or systems that limit support to students. Any current OSU faculty or staff member may join the CCT.
Contact: Oregon State Police/Public Safety 541-737-7000 or dial 911
If an individual's behavior is placing someone in immediate risk or if a serious or threatening incident occurs in the classroom, academic building or on campus, Public Safety should be contacted immediately.
Contact: Ian Kellems, Director 541-737-2131; Ian.Kellems@oregonstate.edu
CAPS will consult with faculty/staff/students on how to manage difficult mental health situations including depression, severe anxiety, suicidal thoughts or other psychological or emotional disturbances. Emergency counseling and consultation services are available to students and faculty 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday; Thursday consultations are available from 11:00 am - 4:30 pm. In addition, you may also speak to an after-hours counselor any time the office is closed.
Contact: Judy Neighbours, Assistant Director 541-737-2016.
SARC operates a 24-hour support line (541-737-2030), and individuals can visit SARC in Plageman 311 M-F, 9a.m. - 5 p.m., or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The OSU Survivor Advocacy and Resource Center (SARC) provides safe, confidential, and free support services and resources for all university community members who have experienced or been affected by sexual or other forms of violence. SARC services include: crisis intervention and stabilization, safety planning, support groups for survivors, on-campus advocacy for academic and housing concerns, information about reporting options to law enforcement or school officials, accompaniment to medical examinations, police, and Title IX hearings, referrals to on- and off-campus resources.
Contact: Jonathan Stoll, Director 541-737-8606; Jonathan.Stoll@oregonstate.edu
CCR was established to enhance neighborhood livability and inspire shared responsibility to help foster a healthy, livable and inclusive Oregon State University - Corvallis community. CCR connects students with community resources that foster good neighborly behavior.
Contact: Brenda McComb, Dean 541-737-4881; Brenda.Mccomb@oregonstate.edu or Tori Byington, Assistant Dean of Graduate Student Success 541-737-4652; Tori.Byington@oregonstate.edu
With a solid understanding of the unique roles and experiences of graduate students, the Graduate School consults with students/faculty/staff on issues throughout the student lifecycle pertaining to admissions, academic progress and milestones, funding, graduate community resources, mentor/mentee relationships, inclusivity and overall student success.
Contact: Angelo Gomez, Executive Director and Title IX Coordinator 541-737-3556; Angelo.Gomez@oregonstate.edu
OEI addresses concerns about bias, discrimination, discriminatory harassment, bullying, and retaliation. Additionally, the Executive Director is the university's Title IX Coordinator and should be consulted on disclosures of any form of sexual harassment, including sexual/dating/domestic violence and stalking (For additional information see Employee Responsibilities)
Contact: Jenny Haubenreiser, Executive Director 541-737-7576; Jenny.Haubenreiser@oregonstate.edu
OSU Student Health Services (SHS) provides leadership for health on campus and supports student success by providing student-focused, comprehensive, primary healthcare. This includes treatment of chronic and acute medical conditions, psychiatric services, travel medicine, allergy and asthma care, nutrition counseling, immunizations, Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE), and a 24-hour nurse advice line. SHS collaborates with CAPS, Disability and Access Services and other departments to offer comprehensive support for students with metal health concerns, including ADHD. Tebeau Hall now houses a same-day clinic for minor medical conditions; appointments can be made by phone or on-line. SHS is dedicated to promoting lifelong healthy behaviors and healthy environments through the Alcohol, Drug, and Violence Prevention Center, which offers comprehensive, evidence-based programs spanning these topics. This includes early intervention and chemical dependency assessment and referral, the Collegiate Recovery Community, and many new violence prevention programs. SHS also provides comprehensive health promotion, education, and coaching services. To schedule an educational workshop for a class or group please visit our online signup form. Please visit The Student Health Center website for more information. To make an appointment call 541-737-9355. SHS at Plageman is open during the academic school year (except holidays) M - F, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m., and on Saturday from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. The Tebeau clinic is open M - F, 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Contact: Carl Yeh, Director 541-737-3656; Carl.Yeh@oregonstate.edu
SCCS will consult with faculty/staff on how to manage situations pertaining to inappropriate behavior and/or disruption to a class, a residence hall or any other campus location. If you have any questions regarding SCCS, please contact the Director.
Contact: Sue Theiss, University Ombuds 541-737-7029; Sue.Theiss@oregonstate.edu
Ombuds provide informal, impartial, and confidential conflict management assistance to all members of the university community. This office provides a safe environment for listening to concerns, clarifying issues, exploring options for resolution, providing information and referrals, navigating university systems, and mediating discussions when requested. For more information about UOO's services and confidentiality, please visit the Ombuds website.