When: TBD

Location: TBD

Description: The power of story can't be matched...especially when
paired with the healing of therapy. Now you can do both.

How to join: For more information please email:  shaznin.daruwalla@oregonstate.edu or ireti.debato-cancel@oregonstate.edu.



When: TBD

Location: Holcombe Center (Snell 150)

Description: A place for current and prior service members to process the challenges of the college experience as a non-traditional student. 

How to Join:  Please email: donald.phillips@oregonstate.edu


When:  April 17, May 22

Where: Zoom  Links are below

April 17


Meeting ID: 926 4423 9783

Password: 343075

May 22


Meeting ID: 986 8912 7685

Password: 369780

Description: Students with Autism have the opportunity to come together to discuss their OSU experiences, ask questions and connect. You do not have to be affiliated with the DAS office to attend.

How to Join:  If you need more information, please email: earlee.kerekes-mishra@oregonstate.edu

When: Tuesdays from 12-1:00 PM    Starts 4/2/2024 Week 1 Spring Term biweekly (odd weeks) 

Location Hattie Redmond Women & Gender Center

Description: This drop-in group strives to provide a supportive space for OSU students who identify as women of color. Potential topics of discussion include: intersectionality around our identities, microaggressions, oppression, and racism encountered on this campus and in Corvallis, and building solidarity in the community.

How to join: Nothing is required prior to attending. Just drop in at start time! 

If you have questions, please email:  shaznin.daruwalla@oregonstate.edu or chanale.propst@oregonstate.edu.

When: Thursday 3:30 to 5:00 pm Starts 4/18/2024

Description- This weekly support group provides a safe space for Latine students to explore and navigate various challenges related to acculturation, mental health, inter-generational trauma, and cultural identity. We meet every Thursday from 3:30 to 5:00 pm, creating an environment where individuals can freely discuss their experiences and receive support from peers who understand the unique pressures and struggles, they may face. Our group offers a platform to share stories, exchange coping strategies, and find solidarity in navigating healing and resilience. We recognize the importance of mental health services within the Latine community, and we aim to foster open dialogue and mutual support, promote mental well-being, and strengthen our community bonds.

How to join: please email: james.morrell@oregonstate.edu or angelica.hernandez@oregonstate.edu