Welcome the Campus Information page for Health and Rehabilitation Sciences
We look forward to working with you soon!
This page has information that will be helpful in your transition to Columbus. In it, we move from general to increasingly more specific information. You may click on the hyperlinks on the page to navigate to useful resources.
Navigating OSU becomes a lot easier when you can hold OSU in the palm of your hand. Try downloading the OSU Mobile Ap to access OSU maps, your class schedule, and more! http://www.osu.edu/osumobile/
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Whom to Ask (& How)
Knowing who to contact for help becomes a lot easier if you understand how to use email professionally and who to address your concerns to. It also helps to follow the rules of email etiquette and moving up the chain of authority.
The structure at the University can be hard to navigate and understand. Here is a brief explanation of the roles that different departments in the hierarchy play:
Review Doing Business at Columbus
Don’t forget that although you are able to schedule classes at the Columbus campus now, you still need to remove your Financial Responsibility Hold each term. Here is a video reviewing how to do it (please watch until the 2:00 minute mark):
Here is information to make navigating the large number of courses available on the Columbus campus a little more manageable. It tells students how to search for an open course. It assumes that a student has logged in to his or her My Buckeye Link account and has clicked on the “Add a Class” link. Students can also click on the “Class Search” link in Buckeye Link to go directly to the class search feature.
IMPORTANT: If you want to search for a GE course, on Step 4 please click on the “Course Attributes” box and select “GE”. Then click on the “Course Attribute Value” box and select the appropriate GE category.
- This is a video showing similar information.
- This information is about how to use the Schedule Planner tool.
If you haven’t already done so, you may want to have any transfer credits you’ve earned evaluated for credit toward your degree.
If you wish to take courses over the summer at another College or University you can find equivalents at Transferology.com, at our Standards page, or on the Registrar’s transfer credit page using the “Quick Equivalencies” link.
- If you need to use your financial aid to pay for a class at another College or University, you can complete a Consortium Agreement with the Student Financial Aid Office.
Outside the Classroom
Get a jump on your career here: