Because the Central Ohio Transit Authority offered free service to the public throughout autumn semester due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Ohio State is removing the AU20 $13.50 COTA fee for all Columbus campus students assessed the fee.
The COTA fee will be either credited to spring semester 2021, or refunded to you dependent on your billing status. Please refer to your Statement of Account. No additional adjustments to fees or tuition charges are planned for autumn semester 2020.
Sign up for Direct Deposit through Buckeye Link for quicker refunds.
COTA will begin assessing fares again on January 11, 2021. For details about using your BuckID to ride COTA, go to cota.com/osu-students.
The 2021 Spring Career Fair is happening virtually on the Handshake platform on January 27, 2021 from 12-5pm.
Students are required to register for both the fair and for the individual or group sessions with their desired employers. Make sure to register for the Spring Career Fair to connect with employers recruiting across a broad range of disciplines!
Today we celebrate the International Day of People with Disabilities!
We are proud of how far we have come in the last 10 years to advance inclusive opportunities for our students. It is our passion to help students with disabilities achieve their dreams of independence and inclusion. Our students enjoy engaging in inclusive Ohio State academic coursework and work experiences while developing independent living and self-advocacy skills and participating in campus and community organizations, social activities and events.
8 internship opportunities
53 unpaid internship opportunities
21 paid student employment and
Average pay: $8.43/hour
Average pay: $12.43/hour
Average work hours: 20/week
Average work hours: 25.8/week
58% graduates competitively employed
7 courses in 5 departments
Over 150 courses in over 40 departments
13 peer mentors
56 peer mentors
No on-campus living options
On-campus living options at
University Village and Residence Halls
Ohio is home to 1.6 million people with disabilities. It is vital that we continue to celebrate and embrace our differences with empathy and understanding as well as remove barriers for individuals with disabilities to fully participate and be included in our society.
To learn more about the International Day of People with Disabilities, please visit https://idpwd.org/