Additional Academic Success Resources
Additional Academic Success Resources OSU Libraries E-mail and Internet Services ...
Writing Center The Writing Center provides help, by appointment, to any student with specific writing projects, such as reports, resumes, and term papers. Tutors can also assist with general writing needs, such as taking essay exams, improving style, or ...
Tutoring If you find that you need extra help in a class, check with your professor or teaching assistant first to see if they can offer you some additional help. If they have office hours, go to them. While private tutors are helpful, your instructors un ...
Student Advocacy The Student Advocacy Center helps by: Answering students' questions Directing students to appropriate staff and departments Giving students general guidance on university policies and procedure The Student Advocacy Center can be reac ...
Mathematics and Statistics Learning Center
Mathematics and Statistics Learning Center The Mathematics and Statistics Learning Center (MSLC) provides: Free tutoring in over 20 math and statistics courses (Including all of the math and statistics courses that most freshmen are likely to take) A des ...
Disability Services The Office for Disability Services offers a number of services for students with documented disabilities, including: Learning Disabilities Deaf or Hard of Hearing Visually or Mobility Impaired Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder ( ...
Counseling and Consultation
Counseling and Consultation Counseling and Consultation Service provides counseling and mental health services to help students deal with personal matters, academic effectiveness, and career counseling. Services include: Individual Counseling Group Therap ...
Frequently Asked Questions
Why do I have to take a math course my first semester? All majors at Ohio State will require the completion of a level of math (each major requiring a different level). We ask that you enroll in math your first semester so that you keep your options open. ...
Dropping a Course
You are responsible for knowing the consequences of changing your schedule. Please contact the appropriate office to obtain information before taking action. The deadlines listed below apply to the full (14 week) autumn and spring semesters. For a full li ...
Course Catalog (under Academics) Course Descriptions Prerequisites Restrictions Schedule of Classes (under Academics) Lists course offerings for the specific term and open seats in each section Dates and deadlines Information on using the web registrati ...