Where is academic help available?
Many services offer in-person instruction and support. However, some online services are available. See the information below, but please reach out to the office(s) you need with questions about hours, locations, services, and for concerns.
- If possible, you should plan to log into online classes and academic services from their home or dorm to ensure they have a high-quality internet connection.
- Don't forget that Ohio State's Virtual Desktop enables you to log into powerful cloud based resources from any internet capable device so that you have access to the softwares and computing power you need.
- If you have a project where you're asked to create something, you can request a free Adobe Creative Cloud license for access to a full suite of Adobe services and softwares (remember that this license must be renewed each semester).
Course-specific & student-group specific resources
Students enrolled in ACCTMIS 2000, 2200, 2300 have access to tutoring for these courses. Information about hours and locations can be found in the course syllabus and Carmen course page. TAs will also announce reminders during lab sessions.
Students enrolled in SOCIOL 3549 should be able to find tutoring information in the Carmen course page.
Visit the Psychology 2220 Learning Lab webpage for information on weekly review/recap sessions.
See links below for information about French, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese. For other languages, refer to your syllabus or ask the instructor if resources are available.
ODI provides tutoring and supplemental instruction to all students enrolled in ODI Scholars programs, Buckeyes First, and SpringForward. Students in one or more of these programs can refer to the ODI Academic Services Carmen page for more information. Non-affiliated students interested in attending ODI's Math and/or Chemistry supplemental instruction (Structured group tutoring) sessions can contact Katie Morton (email@example.com) to request the most up to date schedule and list of offerings.
Regional campuses have unique resources for their students
ATI: Agricultural Technical Institute Learning Lab
ATI students desiring tutoring should email Penny Nemitz (firstname.lastname@example.org) and explain your particular need and she will connect you to the appropriate tutor.
The Learning Lab's page (linked below) also has links to helpful tools for studying, organization, and other resources.CFAES Wooster Ohio State ATI Learning Lab
Marion Academic Success Center
The OSU Marion Academic Success Center (ASC) offers tutoring services (at no additional cost to normal tuition) to assist OSU student learning. The physical location of the center is in Morrill Hall 216. Students must adhere to OSU's Safe and Healthy Buckeyes guidance when using the center.Academic Success Center
Study Smarter with Academic Coaching
Online appointments for academic coaching from the Dennis Learning Center are available. The coaches will not provide tutoring for specific courses, but can help you strengthen specific skills such as taking notes, preparing for exams, organization, and time management.Schedule an Appointment