Ohio State’s Rhetoric, Composition and Literacy (RCL) Program has a proud history as a national leader in scholarship and teaching on cultural theories and practices of reading, writing, composing, communicating, and consuming and producing media. Students interested in RCL and its intersections with medicine, science, queer studies, feminist studies, human rights studies, disability studies, critical race studies and posthumanism will find many opportunities to participate in reading groups, graduate workshops, symposia and lecture series in these areas.
Extremely Helpful Resources
- Search for a roommate, sublet, rideshare, etc. here or check out other roommate resources here
- All computers at Ohio State have JAWS and ZoomText on them. And once you have an Ohio State email address, you can also download JAWS, ZoomText, or Fusion at this website.
- Access Guide for Ohio State University (see also the “Transformative Access Project“)
- The “Buckeyes for Accessibility (B4A)” Group Chat: An informal student organization that shares questions, concerns, resources, support, etc. run by Cheryl Lyons and Amy Shuman
- Disability Access Resources
- Mental/Physical Health Resources
- General Campus Resources (e.g. Career Counseling; Multicultural Center; Off-Campus/Commuter Student Services; Student Advocacy Center; Financial Aid; Legal Services; Office of Institutional Equity)
- Voter Registration
- Best Practices for Facilitiating Access and Inclusion
- Our college’s Accessibility Coordinator is Sarah Dove (email@example.com), but you can also email accessibility @osu.edu
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