OSU implemented a new Felony Disclosure Policy in February 2018 that applies to all OSU students who have been admitted to the university and wish to enroll or are currently enrolled in classes. This policy requires all enrolled students to self-report to the institution if they have been convicted of a felony in the past or are registered as a sex offender. The intent of this is to maintain a safe campus environment for all students, faculty, staff and visitors, while simultaneously supporting educational opportunities for all students, including those rehabilitated from past crimes. Reporting felony convictions will not prevent enrollment at OSU. Failure to respond to the survey, however, will prevent registration for winter 2019. Please see below for information on the policy in Arabic, Spanish and Simplified Chinese.