Home of Oregon Tech's Hustlin' Owls men's and women's sports and intramural teams, Tech Fitness Center and Summer Camps.
Campus Safety administers the university's security and parking programs. The department promotes security on the Oregon Tech campus through emergency and non-emergency response services, problem solving, and enforcement of appropriate laws, rules and regulations.
Career Services promotes the university-wide culture of career readiness through career advising, on-campus employment, and events to empower students and alumni to reach their unique career goals.
The Center for Academic Resources and Engagement Services (CARES) is a multi-purpose department designed to enrich learning, teaching, and student success at Oregon Tech. The CARES consists of Testing, Peer Consulting, TOP, Access & Campus Equity Services, and Career Services.
The College Union is the center of student activity on campus. Located within the Union are the student government offices, Campus Arts and Entertainment, the Diversity Center, Student Affairs staff, Campus Dining operations, The Edge newspaper, The Tech Nest bookstore, the campus mail center, and the Outdoor Program.
Housing and Residence Life strives to build an on-campus community that promotes academic success and fosters personal growth.
The Integrated Student Health Center, located at the main campus in Klamath Falls, provides general medical care for illnesses and accidents, medical referral, counseling and wellness programs.
This team provides support and programming for military-affiliated students and veteran students. Support is available for guidance and processing of Veteran Affairs benefits.
The Portland-Metro campus has staff who provide programs and services to students need to achieve academic, personal and professional goals. Some services are shared university-wide. Also, this is unrelated to the request above, but Title IX might need to be added a single item like Government Relations.
The Student Involvement & Belonging office is committed to helping students develop skills in critical thinking, communication, teamwork, citizenship, community service, diversity awareness and lifelong, independent learning developed in out-of-class learning experiences.