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The change of major form will only be available during weeks 6-10 of each term.
PHHS Advising Office Resources
- Use the links below to submit your class override request.
- You need to be enrolled in the current term.
- Your request will be processed and an email sent to you within 24 hours
- EXSS class override
- HDFS class override
- NUTR class override
- PH class override
Change of major
Please fill out the CPHHS change of major form to reserve a seat in a Change of Major session. (see the form for more details)
- The change of major form will only be available during weeks 6-10 of each term.
- During weeks 1-5 students must make an appointment with the advising office to change their major.
Student Grievance and Complaint Policy
- If you feel you have been treated unfairly or do not agree with a decision that has been made by a member of the faculty or staff, refer to the Student Grievance and Complaint Policy to determine which steps are available for students to take.
FAQ | Pre-Public Health to Full Major
- The advising office will no longer require an application to move to the full Public Health major. There is no action required from you to move to the full Public Health major (unless you have pending transfer coursework) Read the full FAQ.
Career Services | Staff, programs, and resources are available to you during your time at OSU as a student as well as once you graduate. Career Services can help you discover your interests and select a major or field of study, provide resume and cover letter feedback, find an internship or full-time employment, or apply for graduate or professional school.
Registration PIN | For all current enrolled students in CPHHS, PIN numbers will be available for Fall Registration in mid-April. PIN numbers for the college only change once a year. A photo ID is requirement to receive your PIN. No PIN’s will be given out over the phone or by email.
Academic Calendar | University wide dates for events such as registration, last day to withdraw from class, last day to S/U a class, and much more.
Academic Fresh Start Policy | An Oregon State University undergraduate student may petition once with the Registrar to exclude OSU courses from the calculation of institutional requirements, credits, and grade point average, under a condition of academic fresh start.
Academic Success Center | A student-centered, friendly place where students can come for assistance and to get questions answered.
Baccalaureate Core classes | The Baccalaureate Core (Bacc Core) Curriculum represents what the OSU faculty believes is the foundation for students' further understanding of the modern world
Campus Life | Students can choose from more than 300 clubs and activities, including student government, sports, community service, social and environmental awareness, Greek life, theater and music.
Career Services – Staff, programs, and resources are available to you during your time at OSU as a student as well as once you graduate. Career Services can help you discover your interests and select a major or field of study, provide resume and cover letter feedback, find an internship or full-time employment, or apply for graduate or professional school.
Collaborative Learning Center | Located in the Learning Commons, the CLC has a variety of services to help support your studies. During scheduled hours, you'll find peer tutors and GTAs from the College of Science, the Academic Success Center, and the Writing Center.
Economics tutoring | Featuring Free Tutoring For Undergraduates In Lower Division Core Economics Courses
Educational Opportunities Program (EOP) | The EOP program was created at Oregon State University in 1969 and provides support to students of color, students with disabilities, students who are single parents, low-income students, students who have been rurally isolated, veterans, older-than-average (25+), or 1st generation in college (neither parent graduated).
Glossary of Terms | Terms often used in Undergraduate Advising and the College.
GPA Calculator | Refer to MyDegrees
University Honor’s College | The UHC is a small degree-granting college within Oregon State University. The UHC offers OSU's most prestigious degree, the Honors Baccalaureate Degree, which can be earned in any undergraduate major.
How to Training Tutorials | Video tutorials provided by the OSU Office of the Registrar. Topics include Grading, Graduation, and Registration.
Math Learning Center | The MLC provides many services including free drop-in tutoring provided by GTA's, faculty volunteers, and a few hired undergraduate tutors.
Pre-Med Information | Preparing for medical school
Registration Tips | Registration tips from PHHS Academic Advising
Registration Tutorials | Video tutorials from the OSU Office of the Registrar
Senior Wrap-UP session | 44 minute video of an information session, held October 24, 2011, to inform seniors expecting to graduate within the following three terms what they need to know in order to graduate.
Support Services | OSU support services for students
Suspension (pdf) | Instructions for suspended students
Transfer Credits | Information about how OSU accepts transfers.
Tutoring Resource | The Academic Success Center will help you with tutoring services including: Academic Coaching, Academic Learning Services, Peer Education Training, Summer Bridge Experiences, Supplemental Instruction, University Exploratory Studies Program, and Writing Center.
Worm Hole (Physics) | Physics Tutoring
Writing Center | The Writing Center is part of the Academic Success Center and is a support service for students and faculty at Oregon State University. The Writing Center offers free help with any writing task at any stage of the writing process and is open to all OSU students. Writing assistants can help with all aspects of the writing process from brainstorming and organization to questions of grammar and usage. Students may also submit their work-in-progress to the Center's Online Writing Lab
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