- Student Veteran tutoring is offered in the subjects of mathematics, chemistry and physics. The tutoring is available in the Younkin Success Centerno appointment needed! Please refer to this website for more information: http://younkinsuccess.osu.edu/tutoring/.
- Veteran Dedicated Resources for Autumn 2017
- Math & Science: Monday & Wednesday 2-4pm in the Vets Lounge and Tuesday & Thursday 11:30am-1:30pm in Younkin Success Center room 2110
- Writing: Wednesday 4-7pm in the Vets Lounge, Thursday 2-6pm in Smith Lab room 4157, Friday 2-5pm in Smith Lab room 4157
- Chemistry: Tuesday 5-7pm in the Vets Lounge, Thursday 9-11am in the Vets Lounge, Friday 3:30-5pm in the Vets Lounge
Student veterans have their own lounge located in Smith Lab, room 065. In order to have access to the lounge, students must provide their last name.# and BuckID number to Mike Forrest in the OMVS.
- Vets 4 Vets is the Official Student Veterans of America Chapter at The Ohio State University. They work to help veterans, adjust and integrate into college life, and prepare for a career after college. They can be contacted via firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Vets 4 Vets provides domestic and international veterans of military service an organization to transition to student life at The Ohio State University, while providing them resources to succeed and share their unique and similar experiences through community involvement, academics, and a social network.
- The P2P program is an peer sponsor program for incoming student veterans.
- The Peer Sponsor Program matches military and veteran upper-class students with incoming freshman and transfer military and veteran students at the Columbus campus. The outreach begins following attendance at orientation; the peers interact with new student veterans through a variety of methods: e-mail, phone, social media, on campus and off campus meetings, student veteran social events, Vets4Vets meetings and more. Their goal is to ease the transition for new student veterans by providing support and positive encouragement. The peers also work in the OMVS office, providing customer service at the front desk. The program is managed by Amanda Patterson.
- The 2017-2018 Peers are:
The Student Veteran Community advocate program is an initiative that places student veterans in various campus offices to deliver programming and resources for the broader veteran population on campus. Advocates act as a liaison and connection point to Student-Veterans on campus and they build relationships with campus departments. Advocates facilitate the campus office's learning about Military & Veterans issues. Campus departments provide mentorship, guidance, and leadership opportunities in diverse, inclusive environments, with the goal of developing the students holistically. The Veteran Community Advocates are scholarship recipients and serve in a one year term during the academic year.