Academic Achievement Center
The Academic Achievement Center (AAC) offers free academic assistance programs to all Ohio University students. From tutoring to reinforcing good study habits, we help students overcome difficulties they might have with coursework and collaborate with them in managing the challenges of academic life. Studies show that students who seek academic assistance tend to perform better in their classes and retain more information. We encourage all students to take advantage of our services.
Air Force ROTC
Students can become officers in the US Air Force or Space Force while earning their undergraduate degrees! Learn about the AFROTC program at OHIO University.
Allen Student Advising Center
Allen Center advisors can support students with most academic questions and concerns, so please don’t hesitate to reach out. Our skilled, professional advisors can help students explore their strengths and interests and construct academic plans that help them meet their goals. We can support students who want to improve their academic performance, raise their GPA, work on degree planning, explore major changes, and maximize their Ohio University experience. We also specialize in supporting students from specific populations, such as first-generation college students or commuter students.
Army ROTC at Ohio University has enjoyed a history of excellence since the program began in 1936.
Learn more about our Ohio Bobcats Gameday App, student rewards, the OZone, and student internship opportunities within the athletics department.
Bobcat Depot is the one-stop-campus-shop for all of your tech needs including discounts on apple and microsoft products for students and alumni!
Campus Involvement Center
More 550 student organizations engage 10,000+ students each year through service, arts, culture and identity, recreation, academics and more!
Don’t see a club you’re looking for? Start your own.
Explore indoor and outdoor activities across a variety of interests and skill levels–from club and intramural sports to fitness programs and facilities.
Career & Leadership Development Center
Connect with workshops and one-on-one services including mock interviews, career coaching and resume review with the CLDC. New Bobcats also gain access to Handshake, an exclusive portal for job and internship opportunities.
Counseling & Psychological Services
Counseling and Psychological Services provides services to help students understand themselves and their difficulties, and ultimately make healthy choices for their lives.
Wherever you find yourself on campus, you are near a café, dining hall or market. Culinary Services prioritizes local partnerships to support the Athens community and provide fresh food every day!
Dean of Students (Bobcats Helping Bobcats)
Bobcats Helping Bobcats programs support student basic needs on the Athens campus who are experiencing emergencies that may impact their ability to be successful in college. The Cats' Cupboard is OHIO's on-campus food pantry for food insecure students.
Division of Diversity & Inclusion
Our Division of Diversity and Inclusion looks forward to welcoming all incoming first-year and transfer students to campus! Feeling supported, both academically and personally, in your identities and lived experiences, will be a key factor in your college success, and we are 100% committed to providing that support. For all of our campus members, participation in the Division of Diversity and Inclusion can help set you up for success in your future professions! Please visit our Diversity and Inclusion Welcome website to learn more about any of our centers: the LGBT Center, the Multicultural Center, the Office of Multicultural Student Access and Retention (OMSAR), and the Women's Center.
Housing & Residence Life
As you transition from your home to our home, your on-campus living experience will connect you with friends, help you learn what it means to be a member of our community, and create a smooth transition into the classroom with a focus on academic excellence. Learn more in our Arrival Guide.
Office of Global Opportunities
Learn more about how to get started with planning your global experience during your time at Ohio University.
OhioHealth Campus Care
Welcome Bobcats! OhioHealth Campus Care offers acute and chronic medical care for all students registered for at least one credit hour. We have primary care located on our second floor and an urgent care located on our first floor. We also offer an on-site x-ray, lab, and pharmacy. New services this year include same day appointments in our urgent care and virtual visits! Check out this video for more information about OhioHealth Campus Care, your student health center.
OHIO Honors Program
Welcome to the OHIO Honors Program!
Ohio University Alumni Association
You may not be an OHIO Alumni yet but the Ohio University Alumni Association has many resources to support our current students in networking, professional development, Bobcat traditions and more!
Parent & Family Programs
Well, it's here. That moment when you have to send your child out into the world and hope for the best. The Dean of Students office is here to make your transition as smooth as possible, connect you with information, and arm you with resources to support your student as they spread their wings at OHIO. Learn more at the Parent & Family Programs website.
Religious and Spirituality Resources
The Bridge at Christ Lutheran Church, a member of the University Interfaith Association, connects college and university students to our congregation by providing a safe space of acceptance and affirmation. The Bridge attempts to fulfill spiritual needs of students through prayer, support, and programs.
Sorority & Fraternity Life
The Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life engages nearly 13% of the student body (3,000+ students) in 32 social organizations each year through greek life. Look forward to Recruitment Week in Fall 2020!
Student Accessibility Services
- Student Accessibility Services Registration Process (How students request accommodations at OHIO)
- ASPeCT Autism Coaching Program
- Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (OOD) College2Careers
- OOD College2Careers Video
The Division of Student Affairs is a collection of departments whose primary purpose is to help students belong and succeed outside of the classroom. Engage with student services, get involved through events and activities, and build leadership skills through our many programs designed to help you discover and challenge yourself.
Student Financial Aid & Scholarships
- Financial Literacy
- Additional Payment Options
- Financial Aid Advisors Contact Information
- Special Circumstances, such as changes in income
Student Health Insurance
The University requires all students to maintain an active health insurance policy while enrolled.
Students are automatically charged for the student health insurance upon registration. Regional campus students can enroll on a voluntary basis each semester. Students that have their own health insurance policy can complete the online Waiver Application to remove the charge for the student health insurance. The deadline to submit the online Waiver is 9/11/2020.
For additional information, please visit our website: https://www.ohio.edu/student-insurance/enrollment.
STUDENT HEALTH INSURANCE WAIVER: (ACTION REQUIRED)
Application to remove the University Student Health Insurance charge
Students that have their own active health insurance policy that meets the University Waiver Criteria may complete the online Waiver Application through their MyOhio Student Center.
The deadline to submit the online waiver for Fall is 9/11/2020. An approved waiver during fall semester will remove the charge for the student account and prevent the account from being charged for the remainder of the academic year. Additional information regarding the online Waiver Application can be located at https://www.ohio.edu/student-insurance/waiver.
Additional information is included in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hgMwx8hpqY8.
Survivor Advocacy Program
Student survivors of sexual assault, dating/domestic violence and stalking have a place to turn for confidential support and advocacy services through the Survivor Advocacy Program.
Transportation & Parking Services
TRIO Student Support Services: College Achievement Program (CAP)
TRIO/CAP provides opportunities for academic development and intellectual growth for students who may identify as first generation, limited income, or with a disability. The program assists students with maintaining good academic standing, persistence, and successful completion of their undergraduate degrees. We offer supplemental advising, peer mentor support, engaging academic workshops, financial literacy, scholarship searches, and support for college and career transition. Apply online at https://ohio.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_4HEfPiBgMHQGhFz.
- New Student Checklist for Veterans and Dependents/Spouses
- Apply for VA Educational Benefits and Complete File Card (tell us you want to use benefits)