Student Life

Every aspect has been carefully designed to facilitate and encourage accessing and exchanging information and ideas, building technological skills and working together.

Fisher College of Business' six-building complex covers nearly 400,000 square feet and features all the technology you would expect from a top business school, including 100 percent wireless internet access, web-based instructional support, videoconferencing and satellite capabilities.

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Experience life at Fisher through photos taken by members of the Fisher community. View all photos in Fisher's Graduate Student Life group on Flickr.


Experience Fisher

Network with Industry Professionals
Master of Business Logistics Engineering students are actively engaged in the Supply Chain Management Professionals Columbus Roundtable and the Columbus Region Logistics Council to network and learn from industry professionals.

Executive Speakers
Each week of wide-variety of speakers ranging from executives and entrepreneurs to international officials come to Fisher's campus to impart wisdom, enthusiasm, and a sense of possibility. Learn More.

Student Organizations

Fisher's many different student organizations offer a platform for everyone, be it the MBLE Association, International Business Club, the Entrepreneurs' Association, the Finance Club, the Golf Club, or Innovation Fisher. And should this abundant offering still not satisfy what you are looking for, you are encouraged to establish a new club with the seed capital the school has set aside for student initiatives.

In addition to the Fisher and the College of Engineering’s Integrated Systems Engineering Department student organizations, you can also join any organization and student club the university offers. Learn More

Small Program, Major Resources

As a Master of Business Logistics Engineering student, you will automatically have access to the Ohio State community, a large and exciting university with more than 25 schools and colleges and more than 60,000 students.

The university hosts noted artists, lecturers, and celebrities on a regular basis. Recent visitors include former President Bill Clinton, former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, filmmakers Martin Scorsese and Spike Lee, dancers Mikhail Baryshnikov and Savion Glover, former news anchor Tom Brokaw, and actor, director, and producer Robert Redford.

Off-Campus - Living in Columbus, Ohio

Columbus is located in the heart of the United States, and its more than 1.5 million inhabitants from over 100 cultural origins have made it the dynamic and worldly city it is today. The city's offerings are abundant, whether your interests involve local business opportunities, the outdoors, arts and music, the alternative movie scene, clubbing, or dining in one of its many restaurants and bars. Learn More