Welcome to the College of Arts and Sciences (ASC)!
As an ASC undergraduate student, you will receive this newsletter once each month. Look for it in your email to learn about the many opportunities and resources we're excited to make available to you.
From Dr. Joseph E. Steinmetz
Executive Dean and Vice
Provost of Arts and Sciences
| Whether you are new or returning, we are delighted to welcome you to the College of Arts and Sciences! With 38 departments and schools and 75 majors, our college offers you unlimited opportunities. From Anthropology to Zoology and from World Literature to Dance, we encourage you to explore, to question, and to create in innovative ways. You will not only uncover the many benefits of a large university, but life-long friendships that emerge from taking part in the many smaller groups that make up our college community. Along with your fellow students, you are embarking on an exciting and transformational experience. We look forward to sharing that journey with you.|
|We are excited to welcome you to Arts and Sciences! In addition to the option of scheduling an appointment to meet with your advisor, walk-in advising is available on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 1:00 - 3:00. For more information visit Arts and Sciences Advising and Academic Services, call (614) 292-6961, or ask your Survey instructor. We look forward to working with you!|
Get Involved in Arts and Sciences
| In addition to the wealth of university-wide opportunities found at the Fall Student Involvement Fair, ASC student organizations offer many opportunities for you to connect with other students who have similar academic interests.|
One ASC group, the Arts and Sciences Student Council, will hold their first meeting Monday, August 27 at 5:30 in the Sphinx Leadership Suite on the second floor of the Ohio Union.
Would you like to learn more about the campus? Take a walk through OSU's history with Buckeye Stroll
featuring current and historical summaries and photos of buildings from the Armory to the Women's Field House. Buckeye Stroll is also available on a wide variety of mobile devices
| There are many places to study on campus. In a 2011 poll students told us they preferred to study in the Thompson Library. If you haven't been there, be certain to visit the second floor Grand Reading Room as well as the eleventh floor for a stunning view of the Oval. Take a video tour. You have many libraries to choose from. Map of library locations and hours.|