If you are an undergraduate student, an academic advisor will be assigned to you after admission into your program. If you are a graduate student, your college will assign you an advisor.
As an Ohio State student, you have access to services that can move you forward in your career. Tools and events such as resume building, internship placement, career education, career fairs and career counseling are available to you through Buckeye Careers and Career Counseling and Support Services.
Center for the Study of Teaching and Writing (CSTW)
If you need help with creating and editing a resume, an application, or a paper for class, CSTW provides support via online sessions. Students can receive assistance through 1:1 online consultations or by uploading their paper for a drop off session.
Dennis Learning Center
If you want to learn how to become a more successful student, the Dennis Learning Center provides for-credit courses, one-on-one coaching and on-demand content on topics like preventing procrastination, improving study methods and testing anxiety.
English as a Second Language (ESL)
If you’re a non-native speaker of English, our English as a Second Language Program provides opportunities to improve fluency.
Mathematics and Statistics Learning Center (MSLC)
If you are enrolled in a mathematics and/or statistics course, you are eligible for consultation and support through MSLC.
If you need to take a make-up or national exam, the Testing Center provides testing services for online courses.
Council of Graduate Students (CGS)
Online students are welcome to join CGS, Ohio State’s student government that represents every graduate student.
Even as an online student, you have the choice to participate in a majority of the study abroad opportunities offered across the globe.