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The College of Science offers personalized advising for undergraduates who are considering or who have declared a major in any of the science disciplines.
Advising in our college is decentralized, much of the advising is done by faculty members and professional advisors in individual departments. Below is a list of our Chief Advisors for each department and professional advisors.
If the student has further questions, he/she may contact the Head Advisor in the College of Science Dean’s Office in Kidder 128, 541-737-4811.
Head Advisor for the College of Science
Chief Pre-Medical and Pre-Dental Advisor
Health Profession Advisors
128 Kidder or 220 Nash
For Appointments Call: 541-737-4811 or 541-737-3875
General Science Options:
For appointments: http://biology.science.oregonstate.edu/appointments
Brock McLeod, Chief Advisor
Dr. Kevin Ahern, Chief Advisor
Dr. Andy Karplus
Dr. Indira Rajagopal
Dr. Christine Pastorek, Chief Advisor
Dr. David McIntyre, Chief Advisor
Dr. Mary Flahive, Chief Advisor
Dr. Linda Bruslind, Chief Advisor
Dr. Tasha Biesinger, Advisor
Advisors are restricted by Federal law (FERPA) from releasing any information about a student’s class schedule, grades, transcripts, advising checklist, or other specific information to anyone without written permission from that student. A Consent for Student Release of Information form may be obtained from the Head Advising Office in Kidder 128 and must be signed in person by the student in order to release designated information to other parties. Advisors may give out general information such as what resources are available at OSU, what classes and majors are offered, and what general strategies are appropriate to follow in certain situations. Other useful resources include:
Office of the Registrar 541-737-4331
Dean of Students 541-737-8748
Office of Academic Programs 541-737-9560
Careers and Majors
Go to the descriptions of the career choices majors advised in science. You can also earn an International Degree with any degree in the College of Science.
Advisors and PIN Numbers
Study Skills Workshops and Special Help
Community College Credit for Organic Chemistry
Transfer students who have taken Organic Chemistry Courses at a Oregon Community College may want to find out more about the Organic Chemistry Policy at Oregon State University.
Degree Partnership Programs
This program allows you to be jointly admitted and enrolled at Oregon State University and any Oregon community college partner.
Electronic mailing lists provide current information on scholarships, curricular changes, internships / job opportunities, and much more.
Science offers OSU students many exciting learning experiences on campus, throughout the country, and abroad. Below are resources to help students get the most out of their experience at OSU.