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Support and well-being
The university community collectively fosters an environment that allows you to succeed.

The university is dedicated to offering students the academic, career, health, and wellness services they need, when they need them. Whether guidance on course selection or mental health counseling, we’re ready to assist students in overcoming the challenges associated with college life—and life itself. With the help of staff professionals and in some cases, students’ own peers, the Oregon Tech community collectively fosters an environment that allows all students to succeed.

Academic Advising is available for all incoming Oregon Tech students. Our advisors meet with students individually to address a wide range of topics, including:

  • Finding and using campus resources
  • Understanding curriculum maps, transfer credits, and prerequisites
  • Time management and effective study/learning strategies
  • Social and emotional adaptation to college life

Peer Consulting Services is a free academic support service in which students help fellow students by providing advice and guidance on coursework.

Career Services gives students and alumni help with identifying job opportunities, learning interview dos and don’ts, and much more.

Our Owls’ Worth financial literacy program offers free events and tutorials with advice on budgeting, loans, terminology, and more to help students make wise financial decisions both as a student and after graduation.

The Integrated Student Health Center provides illness and injury care, mental health counseling, crisis management, health education and more.

The Tech Opportunities Program, or TOP, offers tutoring, financial aid and guidance, mentoring and more to first-generation students, low-income students, and students with disabilities.