The Graduate School plays a vital role in your academic career. We oversee graduate programs at Oregon State and ensure you meet all degree requirements before graduating.
In addition to our administrative functions, our student success team hosts events and professional development opportunities, including Grad Welcome Week and orientation, leadership opportunities like our student advisory committee and ambassador program, Grad Appreciation Week and more. Check out what we have to offer. You will have an opportunity to meet someone from the Graduate School and learn more about what they do and the resources they offer during your week 6 MID services meetings.
Register for Classes
Talk to your first term MID services advisor about which classes to take and when to register. You'll need an ONID account to register. Visit the Registrar's website to learn how to register.
Graduate School Orientation
The Graduate School hosts Grad Welcome Week for all students a week before school starts in fall term. Students starting in other terms are invited to participate, and you can attend many of the sessions online. Grad Welcome Week includes orientation, a virtual resource fair, and library day. MID services will have a MID Successful Start orientation that you will need to attend. Please reach out to your first term MID services advisor from more information.
As a graduate student, you are required to take the Voices for Change: Consent and Creating Inclusive Communities trainings. You will receive an email invitation with links to the trainings. Visit the SHS required online programs webpage for more information. If you have any questions about the trainings please let your first term MID services advisor know.
International students must purchase Oregon State's health insurance policy or must show proof of similar coverage. Oregon State automatically enrolls international students in health insurance bills their student account. Find out more about international student health insurance.
All original documents specified in the letter of admission must be submitted prior to the first term of registration, without exception. If you are in doubt about document requirements, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org before you leave home. International students also have special arrival paperwork to complete. Be sure to check with the Office of International Services (OIS) for
international student arrival information.
OSU ID Center
The ID card is the identification card for students, faculty, and staff. It functions as a meal card, library card, access card, and more.
The Family Resource Center advocates for and provides quality programming and services to all OSU families with dependent care needs to support the academic, professional and personal growth and success of the whole person.