Columbus campus resources
Student Advocacy Center
Contact a general advocate for support in arranging accommodations, including academic needs. Financial assistance is available for students who have experienced sexual violence, dating violence, domestic violence or stalking through the Sexual Violence Assistance Fund. Advocates can also provide assistance with housing, transportation, and other trauma-related issues.
Counseling and Consultation Service (CCS) (confidential resource)
Student Life’s CCS provides counseling and consultation to all students enrolled at Ohio State. Students’ spouses/partners who are covered by the Comprehensive Student Health Insurance are also eligible for services. CCS offers counseling and therapy to help students address personal, academic and career concerns. Both individual and group counseling are available. Their diverse staff specializes in a number of issues, including (but not limited to) substance abuse, eating disorders, sexual assault, relationship violence, international student concerns, LGBTQIA issues, and multiculturalism.
Student Health Services (confidential resource)
The Wilce Student Health Center at The Ohio State University is a Joint Commission accredited outpatient facility providing a variety of health care services to the student population. All students enrolled at Ohio state are eligible to use the health service, regardless of health insurance coverage.
Student Life’s University Housing team provides services to the students who live in residence halls (“on-campus”). Staff assesses both initial and long term needs. Housing staff, including Resident Advisors, Hall Directors and other full time staff are available to assist. While there is a hearing process for non-suspendable infractions, situations which could result in a suspension are typically forwarded to Student Conduct. University Housing also provides educational programming to enhance academic studies and foster student development.
Faculty/Staff Assistance Program (confidential resource)
The Ohio State EAP, available 24/7/365 for Ohio State benefits-eligible faculty, staff, and family members provides life assistance for a wide array of personal, work-related, and daily living challenges such as stress, marital/family challenges, depression, anxiety, substance abuse, legal consultation, identify theft support, financial consultation, childcare and eldercare locators, and much more. All EAP services are personalized to fit your specific need and are provided by the Ohio State University Health Plan, Inc.
Student Legal Services (confidential resource)
Student Legal Services is a non-profit law office providing legal services to eligible OSU students, including assistance with landlort-tenant disputes, obtaining civil protection orders, and crime victims compensation.