OSU Corvallis facilities open for winter term 2021

By Solomon Myers
Student workers take temperatures during the beginning of fall term. Dixon will be one of the buildings open during the 2021 winter term.

Tam Tong, News Contributor

Instruction at the Oregon State University, Corvallis campus will continue to be provided primarily through remote modalities for winter term.

Buildings open on the Corvallis campus include those with classrooms and teaching laboratories used for in-person instruction and applied learning, residence halls and dining centers, the Memorial Union, Dixon Recreation Center, Valley Library, and other buildings that provide child care, Student Health Services, food services, emergency assistance and study spaces.

The Memorial Union

  • Building hours:
    • Monday -Thursday: 8am – 9pm
    • Friday: 8am – 6pm
    • Weekends: Closed
  • Lanes & Games hours:
    • Monday to Sunday. Hours are to be determined.

The Valley Library:

  • Monday – Friday: 10am – 5pm
  • Main floor access, by reservation only
  • Java II opens without reservation

Dixon Recreation Center:

  • General Recreation, Student Legacy Park:
    • Monday – Friday: 6am – 10pm
    • Saturday: 9am – 9pm
    • Sunday: 10am – 9pm

Study spaces – LInC:

  • Monday – Friday: 7am – 10pm
  • Saturday: 10am – 6pm
  • Sunday: 12pm – 9pm

Dining Halls:

  • Off the Quad: 9:30am – 2pm
  • Bing’s Cafe: 7:30am – 3pm

Cascadia Market:

  • Monday – Thursday: 9am – 11pm
  • Friday: 9am – 8pm
  • Saturday: 10am – 8pm
  • Sunday: 10am – 11pm

Other facilities:

  • OSU child care operations will remain open.
  • Student Health Services opens with appointment via phone.
    • Tebeau Same-Day Clinic: Closed 2020-2021 school year
    • SHS @ Dixon: Closed 2020-2021 school year    

“We will continue to use remote delivery to contribute to student wellness and educational success, limit the density of activity on-campus and in the Corvallis community, and help minimize the possible spread of COVID-19,” OSU President F. King Alexander wrote in an all-student email sent on Oct. 5, 2020. “As with fall term, courses offered on-site will primarily be those that have a heavy experiential learning component, such as labs, field courses and some graduate courses.”

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