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The Student Success Center at Oregon State University opened September 18, 2012.
Howard Croom III '10, MPP '12, member of the football team 2006-2009, speaks about his experience as a participant and then a staff member in OSU's academic success programs.
Guests enjoy refreshments in the front lobby.
The third floor of the building features a terrace.
Susie Brubaker-Cole, Associate Provost for Academic Success and Engagement, welcomes guests.
Patrick Stone '74, Co-Chair for The Campaign for OSU, with Natalie Giustina Newlove and Provost Sabah Randhawa '81.
President Edward J. Ray addresses guests at the opening ceremony.
Jackie Giustina and Natalie Giustina Newlove with Sr. Associate Athletic Director of Development Shawn Heilbron.
The main stairwell features wood accent walls.
Athletic Director Bob De Carolis with Joan and Tom Skoro '81.
State Representative Andy Olson
Sculptures by Hilary Pfeifer are installed throughout the first floor.
More than 175 campus and community friends were on hand to celebrate the grand opening of the OSU Student Success Center on Tuesday, Sept. 18.
The 30,000-sq-ft facility houses distinctive programs that help all students achieve their full potential—student athletes as well as the general student population. As OSU President Edward J. Ray said at the building’s groundbreaking, “When it comes to student success, nobody is privileged and nobody is excluded. If you enroll here, our expectation is that you will succeed.”
The Student Success Center was made possible by generous donors to The Campaign for OSU, the university’s first campus-wide fundraising initiative, and matching bonds from the State of Oregon.
The $14 million, three-story facility is home to academic support programs, counseling services, learning laboratories, and proactive services to help students transition from high school to college-level learning.
The facility includes classrooms, a computer lab, study lounge, and commons area as well as counseling offices, meeting rooms, and tutorial spaces. In addition, OSU’s existing September Scholars program and BEST Program are located in the center.
In the mediaQuest for Student Success at OSU