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Campus Resources

Students are encouraged to contact any of the following Fisher or Ohio State offices for assistance.

Student Advocacy Center

1120 Lincoln Tower, 292-1111
Assists with difficult questions and complicated problems, helps students identify options and connect with resources.

Counseling and Consultation Services

4th Floor, Younkin Success Center, 1640 Neil Ave., 292-5766

Career Connection

2nd Floor, Younkin Success Center, 1640 Neil Ave., 688-3898

Disability Services

150 Pomerene, 1760 Neil Ave. 292-3307, (TDD 292-0901)
Services for students with hearing, visual or mobility impairments; learning and psychological disabilities, attention deficit disorder, medical disorders and temporary disabilities.

Office of Diversity and Inclusion

102 Bricker Hall, 190 N. Oval Mall, 292-0964
Works to recruit, retain and graduate minority students.

Office of International Affairs

300 Oxley Hall,1712 Neil Ave., 292-6101
Services for international students and American students who want to study abroad.

Younkin Success Center

1640 Neil Avenue, 292-4400
Tutoring, counseling, computer labs, study space. (See also, Dennis Learning Center, Career Connection, Counseling and Consultation Services.)

Walter E. Dennis Learning Center

 250 Younkin Success Center, 1640 Neil Avenue, 688-4011 One-stop "learning mall" for study skills, time management, test-taking strategies, notetaking strategies, etc.

Mathematics and Statistics Learning Center

1st floor and basement of Cockins Hall, 688-3157
Free walk-in tutorial assistance, and study rooms. Day and evening hours.

Writing Center

485 Mendenhall Lab, 688-5865
Personal help, by appointment, with writing projects.

Libraries

1858 Neil Ave. Mall, 292-6785
Search catalog, request materials, hours of each library.

Residence Halls

350 Morrill Tower, 292-8266
The Office of University Housing facilitates a peer tutoring program that operates entirely within the residence halls. Tutoring is offered for a variety of undergraduate courses within the areas of Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry.

Fisher College of Business Office of Diversity and Inclusion Student Services

351 Fisher Hall, 292-1017
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion Student Services provides FREE tutoring assistance to minority business students in business related subjects (listed below). Tutors will assist minority business students in the following subjects:

Accounting: 2200, 2300, 3200, 3201

Business Management: 2320, 2321, 3230

Business Marketing: 3250

Business Management/Human Resources: 2000, 3200, 4320, 4330, 4490

Economics:  2001, 4001, 4002, 4200, 4300, 4700, 4800

Finance: 3500, 3220, 4210, 4212, 4213

Mathematics: 1130, 1131, 1148,1149, 1150, 1151, 1152, 1156, 1157, 1172, 2173, 2566

Statistics: 1430

Full Time MBA Core Courses 

MHRM Courses

If you need a tutor or would like to be a tutor, call 292-1017 or stop by 351 Fisher Hall.

 

Courses for Academic and Career Development

Bus Adm 2601 (1 Credit Hour) Job Search Preparation and Transition-to-Work for Business Students
Practical techniques and skill development in conducting a job/internship search, researching career information, evaluating career decisions and beginning a successful career.

Edu PAES 2271 (2 Credit Hours) Self-Career Development
Designed to provide opportunities for self-exploration and skill development; exploration of and clarification of vocational and educational interests.

Edu PAES 2272 (2 Credit Hours) Personal Growth to Increase Career Competencies
Designed to assist students who are changing their major or career direction with the exploration process.

Edu PAES 2273 (2 Credit Hours) Study Skills Related to Career Goals
Designed to assist underachieving students with their efforts to ascertain and resolve the causes of low academic productivity; attitudinal and behavioral skills emphasized.

Edu P&L 1259 (3 Credit Hours) Individual Learning and Motivation: Strategies for Success in College
Teaches learning and motivation strategies to improve study skills and increase college success. Students learn how to manage their time and improve their grades.