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Student Account Services is responsible for posting tuition and fees to student's OSU accounts, sending the monthly electronic billing statements; and administering the Perkins loan program, sundry scholarships, and sponsorship contracts for students. We can also provide advising on managing your college finances. Please see below for available student resources.
The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) is a federal law designed to protect the privacy of a student's educational records. FERPA also applies to the student's financial records. In accordance with the FERPA regulation, OSU Student Account Services is required to have the student's permission in order to release account information. If a parent/guardian/spouse/etc. contacts our offices with questions regarding a student's account, details of the account cannot be released without a valid FERPA release on file. This includes account balance, payment history, and specific charge information.
The OSU FERPA Release Form can be printed, signed and emailed from your OSU email to one of the 3 email addresses on the top of the FERPA form. Please allow 24 hours for the update to our system.
For all student account assistance, contact us:
Phone - 541-737-3775 (Staff on phones M-F 9am-3pm, and voicemail 24/7)
Zoom - Drop-in private meetings M-F 3pm-4pm, Click Here
Supporting the success of all OSU students is important to the Controller's Unit. Any student who would like to learn more about free assistance with affording sufficient groceries, or who lacks a safe and stable place to live, and believes this may affect their academic success in any way, should contact the Human Services Resource Center (HSRC) for support (firstname.lastname@example.org, 541-737-3747). The HSRC has a food pantry, assistance signing up for SNAP, textbook lending program and many other resources to help students succeed.