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Latino and Latin Americanist Resources
Student organizations are a great way to meet others who share your interests and know their way around the campus.
LASER - The Latino and Latin American Studies Space for Enrichment and Research offers a full calendar of unique events and networking opportunities with visiting scholars and artists as well as mentor/mentee pairing, and a physical study space. LASER also supports the undergraduate minor and the graduate specialization in Latino/a Studies.
You can also search over 1,000 student organizations by keyword on the Ohio Union's website.
Get expert services!
Have questions about your registration or financial aid? Do you have concerns about health services or dining options? For expert advice on all of these issues, visit the Student Services Center website: ssc.osu.edu
Would you like help in managing your finances or managing stress? Do you need advice about your sexual wellness or maintaining healthy relationships? You will find many informational resources here: swc.osu.edu
Would you benefit from advice about study skills and time management? Do you need help deciding on a major or choosing a career? Would you like confidential counseling services? Be sure to visit the Younkin Success Center: younkinsuccess.osu.edu
Get a job!
If you are thinking about working, campus jobs are the most flexible and convenient for a student. Work Study other student employment opportunities are posted here: sfa.osu.edu/jobs
Get the most out of your education!
There are many, many ways to enrich your educational experience outside of the classroom. By participating in the programs and events of these offices, you can meet professors and other students that will stretch your horizons beyond your textbook curriculum.
DISCO - The Diversity and Identity Studies Collective at OSU is centered around eight academic programs that seek to provide a thorough understanding of the multiple dimensions of identity and culture within our increasingly complex national and global worlds. Its goal is to facilitate understanding about the possibilities and complications of social differences related to gender, race, ethnicity, class, sexuality, dis/ability, etc., and their intersections.
The Campus Area Bus Service provides convenient transportation in and around the Columbus Campus. No ID or buss pass needed. For schedules, visit tp.ohio-state.edu/cabs
Take advantage of the OSU/COTA bus ridership program. For schedules, routes, and destinations, visit buckid.osu.edu/about_cota.asp
Never walk alone at night- call Student Safety and Escort Service. They can take you where you need to go for free ps.ohio-state.edu/sss/escort_info