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Visit and Apply

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Want to learn more about our program? We would love to meet you! Below you'll find some resources and information to make your visit easier or better ensure we can get you in touch with the right person. Please take a moment to look through these before you drop by so that we can best meet your needs!

Our main office is located on the third floor of Kidder Hall (room #368), just across the quad from the Valley Library.

Prospective students & families

If you are not yet a student at OSU and are considering applying to OSU and plan to visit us to check things out, please use the Visit OSU resource to arrange a meeting with us. Make sure when you fill out their form, to check off the box indicating that you'd like to meet with Mathematics advising staff.

If you have already been accepted to OSU (or are transferring to the Corvallis campus for the first time) and have not yet participated in the START program, you should do so before attempting to meet directly with the Mathematics advising staff.

Currently registered OSU students

If you need to meet with a particular person in the department, such as an academic advisor, make specific arrangements/appointments with the appropriate person. If you can't find what you need there, or are still uncertain who you should be meeting with, stop by or contact the main department office and ask one of our staff members for help.

Getting to Kidder Hall

Where are we located?

The main offices for the Department of Mathematics are located in Kidder Hall on the Corvallis campus of Oregon State University.


Street parking can be difficult to find near campus after 9am. Visitors are encouraged to purchase an online visitor's parking permit which can be placed on your dashboard allowing you to use any of the student parking lots on campus (one of which is on Orchard Avenue on the corner of 27th Ave).

Where in Kidder Hall?

Once you arrive at Kidder Hall, you'll find our main office staff on the third floor, in Kidder 368.

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