The Ohio State University system is one of the largest in the United States. Whether you are on the Columbus campus or at a regional campus, tackling your general education goals or undertaking a research project, have just begun planning your education or are getting ready to graduate, there are resources available to help you succeed. Faculty and staff are here to help; don't miss out on the exciting opportunities and support available to you at Ohio State.
Undergraduate Student Resources
Make the most out of your academic journey. Explore the opportunites available to you as an undergraduate student at Ohio State.
Taking advantage of helpful resources can assist you in overcoming obstacles and figuring out what you need to do to reach your goals at Ohio State. Make an appointment with an advisor or writing center representative, visit one of our many libraries on campus for help with research; don't be afraid to ask for help and don't wait until it's too late!
Being in college is an exciting time, but there can also be a period of adjustment or days when you feel overwhelmed. In addition to supporting your academic journey, Ohio State is committed to supporting student well-being. If you are in need of assistance, we are here to help.
College is a major investment and a full time job. Take advantage of scholarships and aid to reduce debt and make sure you don't miss important deadlines! If you need additional funds, consider applying for a student position through the university. Working for Ohio State can open many doors and gives you the opportunity to work with people that understand and value your time and commitments as a full-time student.
Making connections and building a campus support system is essential to setting yourself up for success. The more time you spend on campus and getting to know the university, the more comfortable you will be here. Take advantage of programs as unique as you are! Get involved in clubs and organizations, and attend campus events.
Get in and get going at Ohio State! Below are some of the offices that can help answer questions and get your journey started off on the right foot.
Experiential, hands-on learning is an important component of the educational process; and a well-rounded education doesn't stop with the classroom. Expanding outside the brick and mortar of the traditional classroom experience can help develop skills while earning school credit and building a professional resume. In addition to the resources below, check with your college office for opportunites as well.For more information on Education Abroad For more information on Service Learning For more information on BUCK-I-SERV For more information on Buckeye Internships