Our beginning dates back to Ohio State’s beginning in 1870, when the Ohio General Assembly established the Ohio Agricultural and Mechanical College. The new college was made possible through the provisions of the Land-Grant Act, signed by President Lincol ...
Urban Food and Agriculture Farming in the city? Who does that? Where could you even do that? These are great questions that many in the public are asking. Interestingly today, there are some surprising answers and real-life examples out there. Across Ohio ...
Agencies and Organizations
Many organizations support the work of the Ohio Direct Marketing Team. Ohio State University, Extension and OARDC provide team leadership from the OSU South Centers, which is part of the OSU Colleage of Food, Agricultural and Enviromental Sciences. Addito ...
Cooperative Development Marketing Many producers work together on market development. The Ohio Cooperative Development Center at the OSU South Centers, provides guidance and resources for prodcuers exploring and developing cooperatives. ...
Community Development Advancing direct marketing in Ohio involves a variety of facilitators and community leaders. The Direct Marketing team provides resources to support those who provide leadership and assistance to connect consumers, producers, market ...
Team Academic Resources
Making Your Job Easier Welcome to the reference for educators and researchers. Some of these resources are available to anyone visiting the website. Others are available only to team members. All of these resources are intended to help make your job easie ...
Returning students who have a cumulative GPA under a 2.0 or who have been dismissed from the university may want to petition to use Fresh Start. This will eliminate any deficiency points that you may have earned previously and will let you restart at Ohio ...
Reinstatement Petition Process
After being academically dismissed from the university, students can petition for reinstatement to the university after waiting 2 semesters. Reinstatement is not guaranteed, and simple desire to return is not sufficient support for a petition. Petitioning ...
You may be placed on special-action probation, even if you have no cumulative deficiency points and a cumulative GPA above 2.0, when your college has determined, by a review of your grades and course work, that you are not making satisfactory progress tow ...
If you are not showing progress in your current program, you are at risk of being dismissed from your college (or school) of enrollment. There is no particular cumulative GPA or number of deficiency points that warrants a dismissal. Decisions about dismis ...