On-Campus Resources at Ohio State
Office of Institutional Equity
To report sexual misconduct, violence, or harassment. Any complaint is worth reporting, whether you think it is major or minor. This can be on- or off-campus as well. Their first role is to get you resources and support you.
In addition, anonymous reports of concerns can be submitted via Ethics Point.
It is not your responsibility to figure out what is worth reporting, the Office of Institutional Equity will do that. If it is bothering you, you should report it. If it affects another student and you think it is not okay you should report it. You are also not getting anyone in trouble by reporting, you are supporting yourself or your fellow students. We want you all to succeed and have any resources necessary to do so.
Student Life Counseling and Consultation Service (students)
CCS provides individual and group mental health services, psychoeducational prevention, and outreach programming to currently enrolled undergraduate, graduate, and professional students.
Student Life Student Advocacy Center
Advocacy is committed to helping students navigate Ohio State's structure and to resolving issues that they encounter at the university. Their purpose is to empower students to overcome obstacles to their growth both inside and outside the classroom.
Student Legal Services
Student Legal Services at The Ohio State University is a non-profit law office providing legal advice, representation, education and resources to Ohio State students.
Student Wellness Center
The Student Wellness Center at The Ohio State University empowers students to strive for balance and wellness. Wellness is an active, ongoing process that involves becoming aware of and taking steps toward a healthier, happier, more successful life.
Student Life Disability Services
Student Life Disability Services collaborates with and empowers students who have disabilities in order to coordinate support services and programs that enable equal access to an education and university life.
Buckeye Food Alliance
No Buckeye goes hungry.
Collegiate Recovery Community
The Collegiate Recovery Community is a welcoming and inclusive environment for students in or seeking recovery. Our office as well as our student lounge is conveniently located on campus in 097 Baker Hall, across from the Ohio Union. The CRC is a place where students are empowered to be their authentic selves and support one another while navigating their college experience free of alcohol and other drugs. We serve as the main touchpoint for students in recovery who are either currently attending or plan on attending The Ohio State University by acting as a connector for the students and assisting them in utilizing resources on- and off-campus.
614-292-2094 | swc.osu.edu/services/collegiate-recovery-community | email@example.com
Scarlet and Gray Financial empowers students to create the life they desire through the use of a goal-driven process that encourages the development of healthy attitudes and financial behaviors.
ACCESS Collaborative - Parenting
The ACCESS Collaborative Program is an academic and social support program for parenting students who are pursuing a college education at The Ohio State University. While the program strives to increase the retention rates of parenting students, special attention is given to the unique circumstances of students from diverse social groups. By minimizing the barriers that may prevent their full participation, the ACCESS Collaborative Program works to create a campus climate that is inclusive for all.