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One significant way students are able to be involved in the UHDS facilities is through participation in student leadership. These student jobs and organizations provide leadership for many of the larger programming events available to student residents.
The CAMP Scholars Internship program is a collaboration between University Housing & Dining Services and the College Assistant Migrant Program (CAMP), and was created to ensure that young students with a history in migrant or seasonal agricultural work develop their personal and professional potential. The CAMP Scholars Internship (CSI) program combines leadership training with hands-on and practical intern experience during the academic year.
DLAs are responsible for building inclusive, overlapping and collaborative relationships between residents, UHDS staff and the campus through the development, execution, evaluation, and promotion of social justice education. This is accomplished through dialogues, bulletin boards, hall engagement, and by serving as a UHDS ambassador to campus partners who work to build a socially just campus through resources, services, and programs.
RAs are responsible for creating and maintaining emotionally and physically safe and secure residential communities. RAs are called upon to effectively respond to and manage a variety of crisis and emergency situations. They play a key role in creating environments that encourage all students to be academically and personally successful.
RHA is a student lead organization that represents the student who live on campus to University Housing and Dining Services department (UHDS). They work with residents in each of the side's of campus Area Council to plan events for their hall and area communities, and to work with UHDS Administrators to address the changing needs of students living on campus.
View student and professional employment opportunities within University Housing and Dining Services. Student jobs are located on-campus and offer flexible schedules designed to work around your classes.
ALAs provide an array of services to support residential students in the adjustment to the academic rigors of Oregon State University. ALAs work to cultivate strong academic habits and college knowledge, promote engagement with university resources, and assist students in navigating the university landscape. These services range from one-on-one meetings with students to hall-wide programming initiatives.
ASOSU is every student at Oregon State University. They exist as an organization to promote academic excellence, encourage the intellectual, social, cultural, and physical development of the student body, and enable the student body to assert its varied interests as citizens and members of the academic community through democratic representation.
Diversity & Cultural Engagement is your platform for collaborating to build an inclusive, just community. Enriched by differences, their programs and initiatives empower students to develop multiple perspectives and foster self-awareness.
OSUPC creates inclusive, high quality events to engage students and enhance student life. From Family Weekend and Homecoming events to Murder Mysteries and Dam Jam, OSUPC is here to help students make new connections and lasting memories
Student Experiences & Engagement (SEE) offers opportunities that can help students find community and connection, connect with their interests, build skills for employability, challenge their heart and mind, amplify their strengths, help them connect to purpose, lift their spirit, and support them living their best life.