University College centers, programs, and offices
Academic Achievement Center
AAC Website | Alden Library 230
The AAC offers support services that assist Ohio University undergraduates to reach their academic goals.
Advising and Student Services
Advising Website | Chubb Hall 140
Air Force ROTC
AFROTC Website | Bromley Hall 159
This program is designed to produce quality military officers for the United States Air Force and the Nation. It is a two- to four-year program, geared to growing outstanding leaders with a broad set of personal, professional, leadership and managerial skills useful in both the Air Force and civilian worlds.
Allen Student Advising Center
ASAC Website | Alden Library 230
The Allen Student Advising Center works with students who aren't sure where to go or whom to ask.
Center for Campus and Community Engagement (CCCE)
CCCE Website | 29 Park Place
The CCCE serves as the central clearinghouse for meeting the community engagement needs for all students, faculty, and staff at Ohio University, as well as for community-based organizations locally, regionally, nationally, and globally.
Links in text below | Chubb Hall 140
University College is home to the Bachelor of Criminal Justice, Bachelor of Specialized Studies, and Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies degrees, as well as the Associate in Applied Science (in Law Enforcement Technology), Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, and Associate in Individualized Studies.
Experiential Learning Website | 29 Park Place
This office strives to put experiential learning opportunities within reach for all undergraduate students. Experiential learning can happen as part of coursework or through co-curricular activities. Some examples include community engagement, internships, student leadership, research, creative endeavor, and study away.
Office of First-Year and Student Transitions
FYrST Website | Chubb Hall 060
The Office of First-Year & Student Transitions (FYrST) at Ohio University helps first-year students succeed academically and socially, and make a smooth transition to university life. FYrST programs include Bobcat Student Orientation, Learning Communities, and academic courses.
Learning Community Programs
Learning Community Website | Chubb Hall 060
A learning community (LC) is a group of students who take a common set of courses together or share a common experience around their academics. LC participants develop a deeper understanding of the courses' subject matter while they build relationships and learn together outside of the classroom.
Student Accessibility Services (SAS)
SAS Website | Baker Center 348
SAS works to ensure equal opportunity and access for members of the Ohio University Community which includes the development of an academic environment that is accessible to all people without the need for adaptation.
Bobcat Student Orientation (BSO)
BSO Website | Chubb Hall 060
Bobcat Student Orientation (BSO) is responsible for the successful orientation of all new undergraduate students at Ohio University, Athens campus. The primary focus of our programs is to make certain all students and their families/guests feel welcome, comfortable in their transitions, connected to campus resources, and confident in their academic schedules before beginning their first semester on the Athens campus of Ohio University. BSO coordinates orientation programs for first-year and transfer students, as well as Relocate Day for students relocating to the Athens campus from a regional campus.