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Current Undergraduate Students

Current Undergraduate Students

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Student Services in the College

In the College of Science, education starts in the classroom and then moves beyond it. We invite you to take advantage of the resources and academic guidance we offer.

  • Visit the Science Success Center to get inspired about your future in science. Take advantage of our academic advising, career development resources and programming, and opportunities to take learning beyond the classroom.
  • The Academic Success Center provides academic coaching, time-management tools, note-taking training, studying and test-taking strategies, self-empowerment videos and more.
  • The Career Development Center offers on-campus job information, career counseling, career/interest assessments and major exploration. Call the Science Success Center to make an appointment with Claire Wu, our assistant Director who works with science students.
  • The Degree Partnership Program provides information for students who want to dual enroll at OSU and any of our partner community colleges.
  • The Disability Access Services (DAS) offers alternative testing, deaf and hard-of-hearing services, academic coaching, note-taking assistance, faculty notification, early registration, DAS student handbook, tutorials and more.
  • Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) supports students of color, low-income and first-generation students or any students from historically underrepresented backgrounds. Explore your major/career identification, time-management practices, internship possibilities and priority access to EOP courses.
  • Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) offers individual/group/couples counseling, consultation about personal issues, psychiatric services and stress management. Call at 8:30 a.m. for a same-day appointment. Suicide or Crisis Hotline 1-888-784-2433.
  • Human Services Resource Center serves students facing hunger, housing problems and poverty. Rental/utility assistance, food stamps, childcare information, food boxes, health insurance assistance and textbook rentals.
  • Financial Aid & Scholarships provides help with financial aid and scholarship processes, Satisfactory Academic Progress confirmation, emergency loans, renewing or changing aid.
  • The Office of the Registrar shows academic standing, change of major, transfer credits, add/drop/withdraw, priority registration, final grades and registration.
  • Visit Technology Loans in the Valley Library's center when you need a loan on laptops, tablets and other technology.
  • University Exploratory Studies Program is the academic home for any students who have not yet declared a major. The program can help you explore or change majors, find career assistance and advising resources.

Student Dashboard

Below are some of the most useful links and tools for College of Science students.

Webmail
Access to your OSU student email

Canvas
OSU's teaching and learning portal with helpful links to MyOSU (registration and degree progress tracking tools, ways to manage your personal information and access to your student records) as well as helpful Google Apps.

COSINe Computing Support
Find the software, computing and network resources you need as well as email lists, labs, help documents, Wireless Helpdesk and more.

ONID
Get your "ONID," the OSU Network ID that gets you campus-wide and wireless access.

OSU Course Catalog and Schedules
Access OSU's course catalogs, schedule of fees, course requirements and list of academic degrees, or search class schedules and find course descriptions.

Financial Aid
Find answers to all of your OSU financial aid questions.

Office of the Registrar: Registrations and Records
Find forms for transcript requests, grading changes, add/drop, confidentiality, enrollment verification, academic rules and regulations, courses and advising information and more.

How to change your major
Find instructions, forms and information about changing your major.

Apply for Admission
Apply online to OSU, request admission information or schedule a campus tour of science labs and facilities.

Services for families

  • Family Resource Center is a full-day, on-campus childcare center. It also provides free short-term drop-off childcare at The Valley Library and Dixon Recreation Center and offers other parent support/resources.
  • University Housing & Dining Service provides information on residence halls, cooperative houses, family housing, housing policies, dining plan options and dining locations.

Veteran support

  • Military and Veteran Services helps you navigate the transfer of benefits, tuition assistance, deployment, military credit evaluation, vocational rehabilitation and OSU Veterans community.

Minority student support networks