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Use the resources provided on this page to learn why Corvallis is frequently voted one of the top college towns in the country.
Follow these links to learn more about shops, restaurants and other local attractions.
Corvallis represents the spirit of the Northwest, with beautiful natural surroundings, friendly citizens, and an outstanding quality of life. It is one of the safest places to live - clean, friendly, and family-oriented.
Check out Visit Corvallis to learn what there is to do in and around the Corvallis area. Their website and publication has great lists of restaurants, outdoor recreation areas, hotels, and other great things to do.
See Religious & Cultural Support for a list of locations offering Halal food options.
Below are some of the many banks with locations in the Corvallis area. Links lead to Google Maps which provides location, contact information and website link.
Below are some of the many cell phone providers with locations in the Corvallis area. Links lead to Google Maps which provides location, contact information and website link.
Whether you are driving, riding a bike, using a ride share service such as Lyft or Uber, or taking public transit, Corvallis is easy to get around. Use some of these resources to help get started on your journey.
Thinking about getting your license? Start here with the Oregon DMV Driver's Manual. You'll want to study before taking the driving test.
Getting around by bike is a great option. Although you don't need to obtain a license to travel by bike, you should still familiarize yourself with the rules of the road - Bike Safety
Moving to a new community can be difficult. There are many resources in the community, on campus, and provided by INTO OSU to help you with this adjustment. See our Cultural Adjustment page for more information.
There are many University resources that offer cultural support and resources including seven Cultural Resource Centers. Additionally, there are multiple student clubs and associations that are focused around countries and cultures.
There are many off-campus places of worship in the Corvallis area and many on campus resources to support students' spiritual needs (including Multifaith Rooms for prayer and meditation). See the INTO OSU Welcome Guide for more information on religious support.