Due to current concerns about COVID-19 at Oregon State University, CAPS is following OSU's recommendation to deliver all services remotely.  CAPS also recognizes how important it is for us to support OSU students -- now more than ever.  We commit to doing everything we can to continue supporting students, while also taking all available steps to limit opportunities for contagion. 


All CAPS services will be provided remotely.

Our on-call clinic for consultations and immediate needs will continue to operate regular hours.

Mon-Fri 9:00am-4:00pm

To request a consultation or to speak with an on-call counselor for another reason, please email caps@oregonstate.edu. A counselor will call you for a consultation as soon as possible, during on-call hours. In your email, please include your first and last name, student ID number, phone number, hours during which you're available for a call, and a very brief description of why you are contacting us. Please note that calls from CAPS will not show a caller ID. Consultation services are also available for OSU faculty/staff who are concerned about an OSU student.

All other CAPS inquires can be made by emailing caps@oregonstate.edu. Emails will be responded to during business hours (Mon-Fri 8am-5pm).

Please keep in mind that email is not a secure form of communication.

All first appointments and return appointments (all appointments other than on-call/consultations) will be provided through secure Zoom videoconferencing. Specific instructions for how to do this will be sent to all CAPS clients.

CAPS Single Session Clinic appointments will be offered again starting March 30th through Zoom videoconferencing. 

The Mind Spa will be closed until further notice, due to concerns about contagion with regards to Mind Spa equipment. Mindfulness meditation sessions for students, faculty, and staff will be available via Zoom. Click here for more information.

If you are in crisis during business hours, please email caps@oregonstate.edu. After hours, please call 541-737-2131 to reach a phone counselor. If you are experiencing an emergency, please call 911.

CAPS also recognizes that we are in a very anxiety-provoking time.  Please consider using the following resources to help you cope during these challenges.

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