Become an OSUAA Member
Beaver pride runs deep, and there’s no better way to give back to Oregon State than by becoming a member of the OSU Alumni Association. We welcome all alumni, friends, family, fans and faculty who want to celebrate Beaver spirit.
Did you know that joining the OSU Alumni Association is one of the most meaningful and easiest ways to support Oregon State?
Plus, OSUAA memberships are 100% tax deductible. (Please check with your tax consultant for full details.)
Build distinction and pride in OSU
One of the most important things we can all do to support the university is to tell its stories. OSUAA is dedicated to giving you the resources you need to build pride in the university you love every day.
The Beaver community
When you graduate from OSU, you become one of more than 215,000+ Oregon Staters worldwide. Not an OSU graduate, but still love OSU? You’re in! By joining the OSU Alumni Association, you are in the inner circle and making the OSU network stronger.
Beavers give back
Getting involved with your alma mater is more than showing Beaver spirit. It’s advocacy. It’s mentoring. It’s connecting. It’s networking.
OSUAA members are a crucial link between the students of yesterday and today. The OSU Alumni Association supports students through scholarships and programs like the Student Alumni Ambassadors. The SAA provides leadership training and networking opportunities.
Events and benefits
As a member, you receive access to exclusive rewards, saving and events. Learn more about upcoming events and the amazing deals you receive as a member.
This scholarship means everything to me. It helps tremendously in alleviating the stress of making sure I make enough to pay tuition, rent and the bills that come with being a college student that lives on their own and supports themselves.
Monica LopezScience Scholar
Often times, students of color and people from marginalized communities do not have a blueprint for success, especially if they are from the first generation in their families to attend college. So having a mentor who looks like them or has gone through similar experiences can be incredibly empowering and can prevent them from feeling isolated. I did not have a mentor like this early on in my college career, so I'm grateful to support OSU students in these ways now.
Faran SaeedGraduate Teaching Assistant for the Ettihad Cultural Center, Ph.D. student in the College of Education
Oregon State University is known for thinking big. Our students, faculty, and staff are working tirelessly on urgent issues related to wildfires, climate science, COVID-19 and more. Diverse voices and perspectives accelerate innovation. Oregon State has taken significant steps to help all students be successful, but there's more work for us to do to ensure that all students are prepared to be global problem solvers.
Charlene AlexanderOSU Vice President & Chief Diversity Officer