Resources for Graduating Seniors

This time of year is stressful as you prepare for graduation, graduate school, or employment.  Many of you have prepared a few options and know what is ahead. Some of you may be uncertain about where you are going or are worried about graduating.  It can be overwhelming and you may feel alone, embarrassed, or that you are letting others down.  The great news is that there are options along the way that can help you manage the stress and help you be proactive in planning for your future.  Academic Advising, Engineering Career Services (ECS), Graduation Coordination, and Counseling and Consultation Service (CCS) have workshops and resources available to support you. Check out their websites to register or identify times and locations when workshops and resources are held.

  • Advising:  Your advisors are available to help you strategize options regarding your academics for the remainder of this semester. They have a number of resources under the “Graduation” tab within the “Current Students” section (   

  • Engineering Career Services has numerous workshops that you can attend to support your employment search (, and you can access Career Services up to 1 year after graduation.  

  • Counseling and Consultation Service has a number of drop-in workshops to help you manage stress and anxiety, and deal with perfectionism which run through the last Tuesday of Finals week (  CCS has a number of other resources, including after hours services and self help resources.  Check out the tabs on the left-hand side of their website (

  • The Student Wellness Center ( has Wellness Coaching to help you find ways to take care of yourself

  • M.A.R.T. Lab ( offers free stress management assessment and techniques to build resilience when you feel overwhelmed.

Don’t miss “Fallen Star: Finding Home” Screening!

This is a friendly reminder of the upcoming CEGE co-sponsored screening of the documentary screening of  Fallen Star: Finding Home on March 19, 2018 at 7 pm at the Wexner Center.  The documentary focuses on the structural design and construction aspects of a unique art installation by Do Ho Suh at the UC, San Diego campus.  The artist and filmmakers will be present for post-screening discussion. We hope you can join us!


Summer 2018 MECHENG Courses

Previously, the MAE department has offered courses in summer term. We have been notified that there are no further plans to offer these courses over the summer, which students and advisors may notice starting this summer 2018 term. Specific courses that are no longer being offered are: MECHENG 2010, MECHENG 2020, MECHENG 2030, and MECHENG 2040. Please note that Columbus State Community College (CSCC) has historically offered ENGR 2040 (which counts as MECHENG 2010 or 2040, but NOT 2020 at OSU) and ENGR 2030 (counts as MECHENG 2030 at OSU) over the summer. For more information about enrolling in summer classes at another institution, please read through these instructions carefully and contact your advisor (or schedule an appointment) as needed:

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