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Faculty Office

Faculty Office
127 Dingus Technology Center
Ohio University Southern
1804 Liberty Avenue
Ironton OH 45638
Fall, Winter & Spring Semester Office Hours:     
Monday-Thursday      8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.        
Friday                         8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Hours during Summer and Breaks:
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Contact Information for Faculty Office
Suzanne Bloomfield
Administrative Services Associate

Some Services Provided
  • Computers for use by OUS instructors are located in room 130 inside the faculty office and are available any time during scheduled office hours. This office area can also be used for conferences with students.
  • Word processing and duplication – please allow 3 days for duplication and one week for materials to be typed.
  • A copy machine, a printer, and a fax are located in the faculty office and are available for faculty use during our scheduled office hours.
  • Supplies are available upon request.


My Ohio Success Network

How to access it?


What is it?
The MyOHIO Success Network creates a personalized success network for each student, improving how students can access needed support and improving how we support our students by enhancing communication and coordination of information across the University.

·        Information hub—MyOHIO Success Network is an information-sharing tool that allows us to accurately and efficiently identify the right student at the right time and refer them to the appropriate university resources.

·        Early identification—By helping us identify who is at-risk early, the MyOHIO Success Network helps us intervene early to support students in meeting the challenges of our academic expectations.

·        Improved communication and coordination—Automated communications between students and their success networks helps bridge cross-campus supports and provides a more holistic view of students’ needs and strengths.

·        Engaging students—MyOHIO Success Network keeps students informed of their own progress and achievement, supporting effective actions and decisions and providing access to appropriate campus resources.



We also have available a support website with information on MyOHIO Success Network for students/faculty/advisors/student services staff:



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