Undergraduate academic advising at Ohio State (Columbus campus) is provided by the colleges and/or the departments that offer the programs—the degree(s), the major(s), the minor(s)—a student is pursuing. Where a student should go, therefore, to seek academic advice will vary by student and by academic program; Columbus campus does not have a central academic advising office for students to seek advice. Even within a single program, a student may have multiple advisors, and a student with multiple programs could have four or more advisors. This distribution of responsibilities ensures that a student receives advice from someone who knows a program well, rather than “generically,” knows the “ins and outs” of requirements and the particularities of courses. Advisors have a significant role in student-success and often serve as a single point of contact in helping students navigate the university.
Undergraduate Education Student Advisory Group
The Undergraduate Education (UE) Student Advisory Group is an organization committed to assisting the Office of Undergraduate Education by bringing together a diverse assembly of the student population whose main goal is to give students a voice on campus initiatives. To these ends we engage in feedback participation (online), focus groups, and official meetings as a means of making The Ohio State University work better for the undergraduate student.
Deadline: April 20, 2015 Apply Now!
For more information about our group.
Dates and Deadlines
- Important Dates Find out when the last day to drop a course is without petitioning is, when fees are due, refund periods, and more....
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- The Ohio State University drops classes for students who still have outstanding balances on their accounts after the second Friday of classes. Outstanding balances can include current term tuition and fees, and any prior term balances. Pay your fees on time!