Undergraduate Programs

Fisher’s undergraduate program prepares students to make an immediate and meaningful impact in their careers and communities through:

  • Top-ranked programs and a wide range of specializations
  • Faculty recognized as leaders in their fields
  • Innovative business partnerships across the globe and in Columbus —home to Fortune 1000 companies, diverse nonprofits, and an entrepreneurial ecosystem

Our highly-sought students also leverage the breadth of resources at Ohio State, a premiere research university with more than 500,000 proud Buckeye alumni.


View the 2013 Undergraduate Program brochure  |  Download in PDF format


Advising HoursCurrent Highlights
Schedule an Appointment Online
Same Day Advising Hours

Dates: every Friday throughout the semester.

**Please schedule an appointment online or call 614-292-2715 to check availability for same-day appointments and to reserve an appointment timeslot.

For more information about same-day advising format, visit our Advising page.

Regular Office Hours

Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-5:00 pm

*Summer office hours:
Monday-Friday, 7:30 am-4:30 pm

Call 614-292-2715 or stop by the front desk to schedule a 30-minute appointment.

Get more information about advising.


Visit a Peer Advisor 

Visit a Peer Advisor in their office hours for questions regarding the survey class, basic scheduling, student organizations, time management, and study abroad opportunities.

Scholarship Application Criteria

Scholarship criteria for Fisher College of Business awards have changed. Please view our updated criteria, and plan to apply. Application will be available December 15.

Transfer Credit Evaluations

If you have taken classes at another institution and you need to get your courses evaluated, please visit our Transfer Credit page for information about the transfer credit evaluation process, deadline to submit materials, and walk-in hours.

Ready to graduate?

You must submit a graduation application to the Undergraduate Programs and Advising Office in 120 Schoenbaum Hall one year prior to your anticipated graduation date.