New College Credit Plus students are required to attend an orientation session prior to registering for classes. Admitted applicants will be contacted by University College with orientation dates. During orientation, each student will receive information regarding:
- Academic resources available to assist students
- Availability of the college advisor to assist students after the meeting
- Process for engaging faculty and other campus resources for academic assistance
- Student handbook and codes of conduct
- Academic impact of dropping a course after the no-fault withdrawal date
In alignment with social distancing practices, College Credit Plus (CC+) Orientation will be conducted online. Athens Campus CC+ Orientation consists of two components: an online, self-paced orientation module and an individual advising appointment with a CC+ academic advisor.
Students will receive orientation information via email. The virtual orientation will provide students with an overview of policy and procedures for OHIO’s CC+ program.
Students who have questions about CC+ Orientation for Athens Campus students can email the Allen Student Advising Center.
The Allen Student Advising Center provides advising services for all College Credit Plus students attending the Athens campus. Their office is located in Alden Library, Room 230. Advising staff can be reached via telephone at 740-566-8888 or email at email@example.com. For more information, please visit the Allen Student Advising Center website.
During orientation, students will work with an advisor to select courses and be registered for their initial classes. Each student will be assigned a specific academic advisor after orientation and that advisor will work with the student to help the student achieve his or her academic goals and select appropriate courses.
The main library on the Athens campus is Alden Library, located on the College Green.
Collections: The Libraries’ website serves as a gateway to the print and electronic collections. Access to the electronic collections is seamlessly available on campus. Off-campus access is available through authentication as a current affiliate of the University.
Services and Spaces: Subject librarians offer a variety of available opportunities to assist students in learning to find, evaluate, and properly use quality information, including course-integrated instruction and one-on-one research assistance, all available online or in person. Look for the Live Chat links on the Libraries’ websites.
Alden Library’s Learning Commons, a collaborative endeavor with University College, provides students with expert assistance in an technology–rich learning environment. Located on the second floor, the space offers an appealing atmosphere conducive to individual research, group study, or collaborative course projects. The facility houses computer workstations, circulating laptops, multimedia stations, networked printers, access to a variety of software applications and fully equipped group study/presentation rooms. Qualified and friendly library staff offer research assistance, Writing Center tutors provide consultations on writing projects, and technology assistants help users with hardware and software.
Alden Library provides 24-hour access to the Learning Commons (second floor) Sunday through Friday, except for summer semester and intersessions. Hours are extended for the entire building before and during final exams. Alden Library has about 2,500 seats, 15 group study rooms, and over 400 computers available to the University community. All of University Libraries has wireless Internet access.
For more information, visit the Ohio University Libraries website.
Campus Tutoring Services
Managing coursework and succeeding academically can be challenging.
Tutoring Services—and the other services of the Academic Achievement Center—are here for students. Tutoring Services is the central source of academic support at Ohio University. Tutoring Services offers appointments and drop-in sessions where students can work with an individual tutor or group tutor to master course content. A tutor can also guide students to study smarter, take better notes, and remain cool and confident during exams.
Helpful Campus Information
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- The Registrar's How to Register for Classes website
- My OHIO Success Network student website
- Student Accessibility Services contact page
Assistant Director for Dual Enrollment Programs
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1 Ohio University Drive
Athens, OH 45701