MU Family Lounge 

If you are in main living room, the family lounge is to the right.

What you will find inside:
  • Children play space
    • puzzles
    • books
    • child sized table & chairs
    • play mats
  • Comfortable seating
  • Large work table

Student Parent Study Room

Could you use a few hours of studying, but need a way to occupy your child while doing so? Reserve the Student Parent Study Room in The Valley Library for you and your child! The room is furnished with a workstation for you and plenty of toys, books, and puzzles to keep your child occupied. Click Here to reserve the space today. (please note, this study room is only available to students that have children with them. For traditional study room reservations, please check the library website.)

Champinefu Lodge- Currently Closed

There are many spaces at the Family Resource Center in Champinefu Lodge that you and your family may use

Living Room/Dining Room/Kitchen
  • Fireplace
  • Couches
  • Tables
  • Highchairs
  • Kitchen for meal prep
    • Cookware, Utensils, Stove & Oven
Waiting Room
  • Children's play space
    • books
    • puzzles
    • child sized table & chairs
    • blocks
  • Comfortable seating
  • Computer workstation & free printing
Lower Lounge
  • Free laundry
  • Shower room
  • Lactation room
  • Kid's Gift Closet

Human Research Protection Program

Researchers with IRB-related appointments should feel free to bring their kids with them. They have a kids corner in the Office of Research Integrity that is open for them to use. Faculty and students with kids in tow need not miss out on in-office resources offered by the Human Research Protection Program.

Cultural Centers

Each of OSU's 7 Cultural Resource Centers have childrens toys, books and other activities. To find out more about each of the centers, check out their website!

Office of Youth Safety & Compliance

Oregon State University is committed to offering a physically, psychologically and emotionally safe environment for all youth. To support that mission, the Office of Youth Safety & Compliance is responsible for overseeing youth policies and guidelines and ensuring accurate accounting of the youth participating in OSU programs. Safety processes and the compliance structures focus on protection of minors who are not enrolled in OSU classes, but who participating in OSU youth programs on and off campus.