College of Public Health and Human Sciences
The Office of Physical Activity and Health Programs provides all Oregon State University with the knowledge and experience to make intelligent decisions regarding present and future physically active lifestyles.
The program provides quality instruction in safe, adequately equipped facilities and creates a positive, enjoyable environment for learning.
Oregon State University’s one-of-a-kind Faculty Staff Fitness program makes working out fun – and convenient – for everyone.
The Physical Activity Course Program provides all students with the knowledge and experience to make informed decisions for physically active lifestyles.
HHS 231 facilitates the development of positive health behaviors in physical activity and nutrition.
KidSpirit promotes positive interactions with adults and peers, sustained and active participation across time, and opportunities to make meaningful contributions to the world around them.
The OSU Academic and Recreational Dive Center exists to certify and train those that wish to pursue Scuba diving both in a professional and recreational capacity and provide the resources and tools to practice scuba diving.
The Adaptive Exercise Clinic is a space created for adults with conditions such as multiple sclerosis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Parkinson’s and other disabilities to come together and be active.