For 144 years, The Ohio State University's campus in Columbus has been the stage for academic achievement and a laboratory for innovation. It's where friendships are forged. It's where rivalries and revelry are born.
We want all students to have a successful, fulfilling experience at Ohio State. University-wide programs like these are designed to support students at all stages of their college careers.
Living on campus offers many advantages and has been proven to enhance students' success at Ohio State. We do our best to find the one right for you.
Campus housing is home to first-year and upperclass students. All unmarried, full-time students within two years of high school graduation must live on campus, unless exempted, space is no longer available, or they are living with family.
As such, Student Life University Housing supports the academic and social success of all its residents. Within our diverse community of residence halls, University Housing affirms that one's dignity and uniqueness should be recognized and respected regardless of distinctions in identity.
University Libraries provides patrons with access to information at 15 locations across the Columbus campus.
The William Oxley Thompson Library provides materials and services related to the humanities and social sciences. The collection includes reference materials, government documents and some special collections.
The Ohio State University provides wireless data network services for OSU students, faculty, staff, and guests. The wireless network is designed and maintained by the Office of the Chief Information Officer.
International Students (F-1/J-1 Student VISA) who are new to The Ohio State University are required to complete all applicable components of the Vaccination Requirement.
The Health Screen appointment is completed by Student Life Student Health Services (SLSHS) and includes:
When you think of The Ohio State University, think of all of Ohio. As a land-grant institution, Ohio State has a presence all across the state. That means no matter where you are, there’s an Ohio State near you. Every Ohio State location across the state is more than a campus or research center — it’s the birthplace of knowledge and new perspectives. Expect a close-knit community and an environment where award-winning faculty know you by name.
The J. Michael Dunn Sport and Wellness Scholars (DSWS) Program is specifically designed to help students identify and expand upon personal interests in sport and wellness. The program provides students with opportunities to develop their leadership style, network with professionals in their respective fields, and form relationships with their peers and the greater Dunn Scholars community. By living together as a program freshman year, students form a close bond that carries throughout their time at Ohio State. With many events throughout the academic year, both professional and social in nature, students quickly identify ways to implement their interests into their undergraduate careers and beyond
With over 1,200 student organizations, Ohio State provides a wide range of opportunities for students to get involved. Student organizations have a significant impact in providing effective learning environments for students, preparing them to live and work in a global community.
The Ohio State University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA).
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, Studyportals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.
I love Ohio State! It's given me a ton of opportunities and I'm only half way through. It's a very large school, but there is so much to get involved in that you can make it feel small. I feel like I'm part of a really special community.
Ohio State has a lot to offer as far as academics, but if you're not into greek life or the football scene, it's easy to feel left out.
My time at The Ohio State University has not been the best. The sheer amount of students and staff cause a huge amount of disorganization. If something isn't automated, it'll take moths to finish, if they get back to you at all. in addition, classes with over 60 people lose it's attractiveness. It's such a mess here sometimes.