Oregon State University offers a myriad of services (see menu above) to assist students in their academic life, and for their personal well-being and overall health. Student Health Services and Counseling and Psychological Services are units that support student health. Students who are registered at least half-time qualify for accident and sickness insurance; international students must carry at least one credit for eligibility.
The OSU Libraries are a vast resource for education and research, and are comprised of several entities throughout the state as well as many online databases. Computer labs, operated by Information Services, are available to registered OSU students for no additional charge.
Intercultural Student Services, the Office of Equity and Inclusion, and Disability Access Services all provide a safe and welcoming place for students facing any type of challenge or who simply wish to share with other students. Career Services offers career counseling and employment services, and the office of Academic Success can steer students to other on-campus resources.