Do you want to know more about what The College of Agricultural Sciences (CAS) is all about? 

Check out all of the ways you can connect with faculty, staff, and current students on CAS Virtual Tour Website

Here are a few highlights:


College of Agricultural Sciences (CAS) Next Steps

Tuesday, May 19th 5-6pm - Register Here

Thursday, May 28th 5-6pm - Register Here

This session is designed for admitted first-year and transfer students.  You will have a chance to take a deeper dive into CAS academic programs, opportunities for engagement and experiential learning, and career services for OSU students.  Staff will be present to answer questions about what next steps you should take to prepare to start at OSU for Fall 2020.  Current students will share resources and opportunities available to make your journey at OSU the best it can be!

“Tour” The College of Agricultural Sciences

Would you like to chat with a current student and learn more about academic majors and opportunities CAS has to offer?  Come chat with friendly CAS Student Ambassadors who are excited to share their experiences with you!

Connect with a current student to learn more, available every Friday starting at 2pm.Register Here


Chat with a CAS Faculty Member

Spend some time with College of Agricultural Sciences faculty learning about what the curriculum and other opportunities in their discipline have to offer.  Hear from professors in Fisheries and Wildlife, Applied Economics, Food Science and Technology, and more.  Visit the CAS Virtual Tour Website for more details and to register for a session.


College of Forestry students would love to talk to you!

Video chat with them on Zoom to ask them about the majors in the College of Forestry and the careers that come from them, research, internships, scholarships, studying abroad, living on campus, clubs, and more.

Offered every weekday 3:00-5:00 pm Pacific Time, no registration required.

Click the link below on to access the video chat - please note that you may be placed into a waiting room until the start of the scheduled meeting time.

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College of Forestry Family Session

In this 60-minute Zoom session, we'll give you a brief introduction and update to what's happening in the College of Forestry, allowing plenty of time for your questions. Whether your student has been admitted to OSU or is just thinking about their college options, please join us!

Wednesday, May 27 at 4:00 PM Pacific Time.

Register here

College of Forestry Virtual Tour

If you can't get to campus, it's still possible to get a glimpse of what it might be like to be a student in the College of Forestry. In this session, we'll share images of our facilities and our people, introduce you to the college, and answer your questions.

We Want to Meet You!

We are offering Zoom webinars and chat sessions to answer questions for prospective and admitted students.

Speak with our Engineering Student Ambassadors

Ask about the engineering experience, coursework, ways to get involved, and much more. During the Zoom chat sessions, you can submit your questions and ambassadors will answer your questions live. Monday/Wednesday/Friday from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. (PDT). No registration needed.
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May Webinars
  • May 20, 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. (PDT) - Virtual Tour & First-Year Experience: Current students will provide a college tour while talking about resources and programs available during your first year at Oregon State.

The webinars will be hosted by current engineering students and staff. Each session can host a maximum of 500 attendees, so make sure you register today!

Engineering Virtual Showcase

Replacing the Undergraduate Engineering Expo for this year, explore more than 100 virtual senior design projects involved with artificial intelligence, earthquake safety, clean water, and nuclear energy among other innovations this upcoming June 5th at the Engineering Virtual Showcase. From 10:00 - 12:00 PM (PDT), view student's exhibit videos, digital posters, websites, and more from the Engineering Virtual Showcase website. No registration required, and there will be opportunities to chat with presenters via Zoom.

Part of the event, via online registration, will be a livestreamed awards ceremony available to the first 500 people who sign up. In addition, high school teachers, students and parents can register to be guided through the showcase by College of Engineering student ambassadors, who will lead virtual tours of the college as well. Registration must be completed by May 30.

For more information or event access assistance, contact Brad Canfield, Engineering Outreach Programs and event manager for the College of Engineering at


The Science Success Center’s Peer Advisors are available Monday - Friday from 8am-5pm in an open Zoom room to answer questions. You can also reach us through email

The peers can answer your questions about a particular science major, classes, research, internship and study abroad opportunities in different majors, science student clubs, registration and all sorts of other issues. They also can help you register for classes, apply for scholarships and help you feel part of Team Science at OSU.

College of Science Virtual Tours are also available Monday - Friday at 1pm. Take a 45 minute virtual tour in our Tour Zoom Room led by a current College of Science student.  See for details.

Faculty and Staff contacts

Biochemistry and Biophysics

Kari van Zee –

Lauren Dalton –


Chris Pastorek –  

Jessica Li, student,

Integrative Biology

Brock Mc Leod –

Maureen Leong-Kee –


Mary Beisiegel, Associate Professor,

Enrique Thomann, Professor,

Bill Bogley, Professor and Head,

Johnner Barrett, Instructor,

Filix Maisch, Senior Instructor I,

Tom Dick, Professor,

Juan Restrepo, Professor,

Adel Faridani, Professor,


Tiffany Bolman –

Alex Beck – 


David McIntyre –

Janet Tate -


Juliann Moore –


Transfer student questions can be directed to
Phone: 541-737-3854.


We are offering Zoom webinars and chat sessions to answer questions for prospective and admitted students. Stay tuned for virtual College of Business tour opportunities! If you have questions, please email

  • College of Business Mock Lectures: Attend an interactive mock lecture taught by one of our first-year instructors. Experience what a typical business class is like for our first-year students in the College of Business! Register here.
    • Tuesday, May 26 at 6pm PST
  • Current Student Q&A Panel: Come learn from current students in the College of Business at OSU! Ask them about life on campus, on-campus jobs, what classes are like, study tips, ways to get involved and more. During the scheduled panels, you can type and submit your questions into the Zoom chat to be answered live.
  • The Transfer Student Experience: Tuesday, May 5 at 6pm PST
    • We will discuss the transfer process, the Degree Partnership Program, and more! Register here.
  • Career Success in College and Beyond: Tuesday, May 12 at 6pm PST
    • We will discuss networking opportunities, career fairs, job/internship opportunities, and more! Register here.
  • Financial Aid for Transfer Students: Tuesday, May 19 at 6pm PST
    • We will discuss how to plan and pay for college, scholarships, loans, working while going to college, the Degree Partnership Program, and more! Register here.

The College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences (CEOAS) is offering three different ways to connect and learn more about OSU and CEOAS.

  • Please feel free to call or email Casey Menn, CEOAS Academic Advisor, directly at 541.737.3715 or Casey would be happy to discuss academic majors, scholarship opportunities, cost-saving strategies, internship and research opportunities, study abroad programs, or whatever else you have questions about.
  • Schedule a “Zoom” appointment with a current CEOAS student to learn what it’s like to be in this College. Please email Casey Menn (, and he will schedule the appointment with a CEOAS student.
  • Schedule a “Zoom” or phone appointment with a CEOAS faculty member. Please email Casey Menn (, and he will schedule the appointment with a CEOAS faculty member.

Please watch our short video that highlights some of the wonderful opportunities that await you at CEOAS.

For general inquiries, please email our Peer Advisors at

  • Next steps in the College of Public Health and Human Sciences (CPHHS): This session is for admitted first-year or transfer students in the CPHHS. During this session, current CPHHS students and advisors will be available to answer questions about academics, student life and experiential learning opportunities in the college. They’ll also share what to do before starting classes in the fall.
    1. Times/Dates: 5-6 p.m. on Thursday, May 14
    2. Register for May 14
  • Meet your faculty! Get you know the faculty in your major. Make connections and learn about classes, clubs, research and more for CPHHS students at OSU.
    • Nutrition
    • Human Development and Family Sciences:


College of Pharmacy Information Session and Student Ambassador Q&A: Come learn about pursuing a career in pharmacy, the Early Assurance Program, and how to be competitive for the Doctor of Pharmacy program! Student Ambassadors will be there to answer any questions about being a Pharm.D. student. During the scheduled panels, you can type and submit your questions into the Zoom chat to be answered live. All students are welcome to attend. Registration is not required.


Connect with an advisor to learn more about the College of Pharmacy, discuss how to be a competitive applicant, and get any of your questioned answered. Email Anne Taylor at

Love the ocean and coasts? Find out how you can put the ocean in your major through the many marine-related programs at OSU. Students from almost every academic college are ready to chat, excited to tell you about their ocean and coast experiences on campus, the Hatfield Marine Science Center and around the world. Ask questions and get answers about majors, minors and the marine scene at OSU!

Register here

The College of Liberal Arts Student Ambassadors and Advisors are here for you. If you would like to connect with us, we are having two programs outlined below to best assist you.

  1. Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, a CLA Student Ambassador will be holding a zoom presentation from 12:00 - 1:00pm (PST) to tell you more about the College of Liberal Arts and will have plenty of time to share their experience as a CLA student at OSU with you and answer many of your questions.

    CLA Student Ambassador Presentation and Q&A Zoom Meeting
    Tuesday / Wednesday / Thursday
    12:00 - 1:00pm (PST)
    Meet with our ambassadors

  2. Do you have any curriculum specific questions? Well, a CLA Academic Advisor will be available via Zoom to help answer more academic specific questions by appointment Monday - Friday 9:00am - 3:30pm (PST). Please call 541-737-0561 or email to schedule.(Disponible en español and available in English. Citas con una asesora bilingüe en español están disponible, de 9am-3:30pm PST, de lunes a Viernes.)


Meet with an Honors College Representative

Admitted Honors College Students can sign up for an Honors College information/Q&A session to learn more about the HC student experience!

Meet With Honors College

The University Exploratory Studies Program (UESP) is the academic home at Oregon State University for students who want to explore major options before declaring. UESP staff love talking with potential Beavers about major options at OSU and major exploration strategies. We are still available to meet virtually or by phone, and we will gladly set up a Zoom video or phone conversation with one of our advisors. Just call 541-737-8144 or email, and we'll help you set up a conversation at a time that works for you

Email contacts for academic advising questions (all colleges)