- Experiential Learning
- Faculty Resources
The CTL promotes teaching and learning excellence by fostering systematic, intentional improvements to pedagogical practices and better assessment.
The DPD Program works with faculty to develop inclusive curricula that address institutionalized systems of power, privilege, and inequity in the United States.
The WIC Program supports and instructs faculty across the disciplines who are developing and teaching writing intensive courses as part of OSU's Baccalaureate Core requirements.
Curriculum Management and Assessment and Accreditation provides information and guidance on all matters related to academic policies, procedures, programs, and curricula.
Adaptive and Personalized Learning platforms provide customized learning opportunities to students.
The UIA works to identify innovative practices that will increase the number and diversity of college graduates in the United States.
Transfer Transitions assess and support efforts to increase and equalize retention and graduation rates for undergraduate transfer students.
Oregon State University is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. OSU also maintains a number of specialized and professional accreditations through discipline-specific accrediting bodies.
As part of the First-Year Experience for international students, OSU offers an additional layer of academic and personal support services through INTO OSU, referred to as International Direct.
OSU GO prepares students to graduate with enhanced global awareness and intercultural skills.
The OSU STEM Leaders Program is designed to increase the diversity and success of undergraduates in STEM fields.
The Office of URSA helps to facilitate undergraduate engagement in scholarly projects mentored by faculty in all disciplines.
The Air Force ROTC mission is to produce leaders for the Air Force and build better citizens for America.
Army ROTC provides leadership development, military skills, and career training.
The Navy ROTC provides learning opportunities and experience to college students in support of their goal to become junior officers in the Navy and Marine Corps.