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Academic Support Services for A&S Students

A&S Undergraduate Student Affairs

Location: Gordy 155

Phone: 740-593-2845

Email: CAS.undergrad@ohio.edu

The Undergraduate Student Affairs Office assists students enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences with academic advising issues and acts as a referral agent to other departments. Advisers can help students with selecting majors, interpreting DARS, and developing an academic plan.

Academic Achievement Center

Location: Alden Library Second Floor

Phone: 740-593-2644

Email: aac@ohio.edu

The Academic Advancement Center provides assistance in writing, mathematics, reading and study skills. A computer lab is available for research and has internet connections. Supplemental instruction in selected courses is available. The AAC also provides tutoring referrals. All assistance (except tutoring) is free to Ohio University students.

Allen Student Advising Center

Location: Alden Library Second Floor in the Academic Achievement Center

Phone: 740-566-8888

Fax: 740-593-9544

Email: advisingcenter@ohio.edu

The Allen Student Help Center offers guidance for students who have questions or have multiple concerns. The center has walk-in study skills assistance and provides Academic Success Workshops.

Career and Leadership Development Center

Location: Baker University Center 533

Phone: 740-593-2909

Fax: 740-593-1393

Email: career.services@ohio.edu

The center helps student explore majors and careers that relate to their interests and values. Individual advising appointments are available and there are computerized career guidance programs for additional exploration. Staff can provide assistance with career counseling, job placement, interviewing skills and resume writing.

Counseling and Psychological Services

Location: Hudson Health Center (Third Floor)

Phone: 740-593-1616

A staff of counselors and psychologists is available to provide students with confidential counseling and psychological therapy on an individual or group basis. Each year more than 1,200 students obtain assistance for a wide variety of personal, educational or career counseling. If students have personal problems of any kind (emotional, social, relationship, substance abuse, etc.), they offer help in better understanding and resolving problems. Students having educational difficulties can receive help in clarifying and resolving concerns.

Student Accessibility Services

Location: Baker University Center Suite 348

Phone: 740-593-2620

Student Accessibility Services coordinates accommodations and connects students with disabilities to the most relevant campus resources. Accessibility coordinators review documentation and determine eligibility according to the framework of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Students who require services and accommodations must register with SAS by providing disability documentation in advance of need.

Office of Global Opportunities

Location: Walter International Education Center (next door to Baker Center)

Phone: 740-593-4583

The Office of Global Opportunities provides information about study abroad, internships, work, and volunteer programs. Students may find, as many Ohio University students can attest, that an international educational experience can be the highlight of their college experience. Learning and living abroad can enhance students' understanding about other countries, peoples, and cultures, and may lead to discovering more about themselves.

Equity and Civil Rights Compliance

Dr. Randy Price in the Undergraduate Student Affairs Office in the College of Arts & Sciences is designated as a harassment intake representative.

International Student and Faculty Services

Location: Walter International Education Center (next door to Baker Center)

Ombudsperson

Location: Baker University Center 501

Phone: 740-593-2627

The role of the Ombudsperson is to facilitate fair and equitable treatment of students, faculty, and staff within the University system. The Ombudsperson office can make inquiries on your behalf, help you make an informed response to your situation, mediate or facilitate discussions, and make recommendations for procedural or policy change.

Survivor Advocacy Program

Location: Lindley Hall 038

Phone: 740-593-0167 or Crisis Line: 740-597-SAFE

The Survivor Advocacy Program seeks to provide support and advocacy services to student survivors of of sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, and stalking. It works to increase survivors? access to support and resources

Veterans Center

Location: Baker University Center 350

Phone: 740-566-8387

The Veterans Center opened on Nov. 25, 2014, in the Baker University Center. Ohio University is a military friendly and yellow ribbon school.