Campus Resources

Are you new to campus? Or just feeling a little lost? Check out this wonderful resource created by our University Exploration Program: Support from the Start.  It’s a tool to help you find resources around campus related to….

  • Overall Academics

  • Academic Subjects

  • Overall Wellness and 

  • Specific Populations

We understand this is a huge university and resources can be hard to find or even know about! We hope you’ll check this site out to become more familiar with what’s available to you. 

Access to CEGE Space & Homework Pick-up

Computer Lab Space: You will now have access to Bolz Hall Rooms 217, 428 and 439, which are now CEGE Computer Lab spaces. These have replaced our previous lab space in Hitchcock Hall, fyi. They will occasionally be reserved for one of our classes, but you will be able to swipe in to access the labs in the same way that you could previously access the labs on the 3rd floor of Hitchcock Hall. These spaces were renovated this summer, so please check them out when you get a chance. If you are having issues accessing these spaces, please email Liz Riter at

Student Lounge: Our student lounge is located in Bolz Hall Room 435. You should have access to this if you are in the civil or environmental engineering major. If you cannot swipe in using your BuckID, please submit a request for access at this form: Please allow us 3-5 business days to process this request.

Homework Pick-up: For many of your CIVILEN or ENVENG classes, instructors will have you pick up your graded homework in Hitchcock Hall Room 495. When we have a student worker in 495 (days/hours are listed below and posted on the door), you can come to pick up your homework. Please be patient and allow at least 48 hours after your instructor grades your work to come to pick it up from the office.



8:00 am – 8:50 am

10:30 am – 1:30 pm

3:00 – 4:00 pm


8:00 am – 8:50 am

10:30 am – 1:00 pm

1:00 pm – 4:00 pm


8:00 am – 8:50 am

9:00 am – 4:00 pm


        8:00 am – 10:45 am

        11:30 am – 4:00 pm


8:00 am – 4:00 pm

Considering Graduate School?

Annually, the College of Engineering at The Ohio State University receives a variety of requests from institutions across the U.S. regarding our junior and senior level engineering / architecture students. The requests primarily take place during the fall term and involve the promotion of any or all of the following:

  • Fellowship opportunities

  • D. programs

  • Funded campus visits

  • Summer research internships

  • Master’s programs

  • Application fee waivers

  • Research symposium invitations

  • New scholarships

  • Online graduate degrees

  • Graduate recruiting events

  • Other academic endeavors

The Ohio State University has joined the Engineering National Graduate Institutional Name Exchange (ENGINE). This national consortium was formed for the sole purpose of assisting students to be recruited to graduate school. More than 160 U.S. engineering institutions have been invited to participate.

We recommend you participate in ENGINE. The following website lists the invited and participating institutions,

To opt in to these opportunities, simply take 30 seconds to complete this brief online form granting your permission and release of a few basic fields of information to other U.S. institutions.


Thanks for taking a look at our

site for CEGE students!


We’re hoping to use this page to inform you of new opportunities, upcoming events, and current advising information pertinent to students at OSU studying civil, environmental and geodetic engineering (CEGE). We still strongly encourage you to use our website for official forms, documents, and department information, but this site will be used to inform you of current information, so please check this regularly!