Buckeyelink.osu.edu is the central site for access to academic and related information. Students can access their current schedule, grades, statement of account, assigned advisor, etc. and also link to resource information and view the class catalog for upcoming terms.
Career Connection provides opportunities for students across the University to explore majors and careers through workshops, individual appointments and walk-ins as well as through their Career Resource Library. Additionally, Career Connection can assist students interested in pursuing graduate and professional degrees, and those who need assistance with career correspondence and interviewing skills for jobs and internships.
The Writing Center can help you get started or keep going with a writing project. While they are not a proofreading service, the Writing Center assists the university community with a variety of writing projects, from research papers to lab reports, resumes and applications.
The Office of Counseling and Consultation Services provides counseling and mental health services to assist students in dealing with personal concerns, interpersonal issues and concerns about relationships, academic effectiveness, and career counseling. Services include individual counseling, therapy groups, support groups, skill-building workshops, crisis intervention, and psychiatric consultation. Walk-in appointments are available for emergencies. Other appointments should be scheduled.
The majority of their services are offered out of the Younkin Success Center (YSC) on Neil Avenue. Their psychiatric services are conducted out of the office on the 2nd floor of the Wilce Student Health Center. Both of these areas offer free services to all enrolled Ohio State students. CCS can be reached at (614) 292-5766.
Ohio State’s Testing Center and academic units offer examinations for credit in select courses. Credit by Examination allows a student to earn credit towards graduation hours without registering for the full course. Details about courses offered, cost of exams and how to prepare can be found at: http://registrar.osu.edu/testing/CurrentEM.pdf.
Students can get assistance with their math and statistics classes by attending tutoring sessions offered through the MSLC. The MSLC offers open tutoring hours for some advanced and most 100 level math classes as well as for Statistics 133, 135, 145, 427 and 428.
The Student Advocacy Center assists students by answering their questions, referring them to campus resources and offering guidance on university policies and procedures to help students navigate our large campus.
Many departments at Ohio State offer free tutoring for select coursework, or can refer students to paid tutors in their area as well. A complete list of campus tutoring resources can be found at: http://younkinsuccess.osu.edu/tutoring.asp.
The Veterans Resource Office provides assistance to veterans and their families. Information is available for current and future students and students can use the office and website to make connections at the university and receive assistance in a variety of areas.
In addition to providing the letter graded, 5 credit hour course EDPL 259: Individual Learning and Motivation Strategies for Success in College, the Dennis Learning Center also provides additional courses as well as workshops, one-on-one assistance and tutoring in Chemistry, Math, and Physics. The EDPL 259 course is a great option for students who want to boost their GPA, improve on their study skills, or gain new academic success skills to carry them forward in their coursework.