Here are some links we think are useful for everyone navigating grad school at OHSU!
Are you having a problem and don't know where to turn? This might be a good time to think about talking to the OHSU ombudsman, a service open to students offering a safe, confidential place to discuss campus-related issues and explore possibilities for informally addressing concerns. We encourage you to look in your student handbook and visit the web page to learn more about the role of the ombudsman should you ever need their services. Don't hesitate to use them!
Have you experienced sexual harassment or assault? Know that your voice will be heard and that you will find support here at OHSU. Please consider contacting the 2018-2019 Confidential Campus Advocates for students, Jackie Wirz and Stephanie McClure, to further discuss your specific situation and needs. You may also refer to this helpful flow chart for other options of reporting and disclosure or this list of resources to aid you during this challenging time.
What are graduates doing now with their OHSU PhD? - a compilation of student outcomes from 2007-2015
OHSU Student & Employee Guide: Diversity and Multicultural Resources