Student Wellness and Resources


Suicide Prevention

Knowing the signs of suicide is important in helping someone who may be at risk. By offering your understanding, reassurance and support, you can help your loved one or friend seek the help he or she needs.

If you or someone you know is feeling hopeless or considering harming yourself, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or 614-221-5445 (local). You can also text4hope” to 741741 to reach the Crisis Text Line.

GET HELP NOW! Someone is here for you. If you, or someone you know,  are in a crisis, and concerned about immediate self-harm: CALL 911

If you are thinking of harming yourself or need a safe, non-judgmental place to talk, if you are worried about someone else and need advice about what to do:

Call 614.221.5445 / 800.273.8255 (TALK)

Academic Resources

Center for the Study of Teaching and Writing 

Offers help with research papers to lab reports, from dissertations to résumés, from proposals to application materials. 

  • In-person consultations*
  • online consultations*
  • or walk-in consultations

*requires and appointment 

You may schedule an in-person or online appointment by visiting WCOnlineor by calling 614-688-4291.


  • 4120 Smith Lab for In-person consultations
  • Thompson Library for Walk-in consultations 


Dennis Learning Center –“Study Smarter”

Offers courses and coaching to help you become a better student. 

Academic Coaching can help with...

  • Overcoming test anxiety
  • Improving test taking strategies
  • Becoming a confident student
  • And more!

Schedule a coach appointment:

Information about the different courses:


The Dennis Learning Center is located on the second floor of the YounkinSuccess Center, 1640 Neil Avenue.


Mathematics and Statistics Learning Center

  • Free support to students
  • Trained tutors
  • Online resources
  • Practiceexams and workshops
  • Help with difficulties in class and homework 

No appointment needed for tutoring! 

Learn more:


  • Cockins Hall 1958 Neil Avenue
  • Mathematics Building 231 W 18th Avenue


Disability Services 

Offers accessibility and resources for those students with disabilities. 

  • Exam accommodations
  • Note-taking assistance
  • Sign Language interpreting
  • And more!

Registration with Disability Services is required.


098 Baker Hall 

113 W. 12th Avenue 


Financial Resources 

Scarlet and Gray Financial Education and Coaching 

Peer financial coaching covering:

  • Financial goal setting
  • Banking basics
  • Budgeting
  • Credit education
  • Debt repayment education
  • Saving and retirement education

Schedule a one-on-one appointment at 

Education service only! No advice is provided. Does not provide investment, legal or tax advice.


Student Wellness Center in the RPAC. 


Student Financial Aid 

  • Financial aid consists of scholarships, grants, loans and Federal Work-Study. 
  • Some financial aid is merit-based, meaning you compete for awards based on academic achievement. 
  • Other aid is need-based meant to help when family and personal resources are unable to cover your total educational costs.​


Student Academic Services Building

281 W Lane Avenue


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Health Resources

Counseling and Consultation Service

Offers the following services and more...

  • Individual counseling 
  • Group counseling
  • Psychiatry
  • Couple’s counseling
  • Testing

Services can help with...

  • Stress management
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Transitions in life
  • Feelingoverwhelmed
  • Eating concerns
  • And more!

How to make an appointment?

  • Complete online registration
  • Schedule a phone screening
  • CFAES has an embedded counselor for students: David Wirt. David is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with OSU’s Counseling and Consultation Services. You can reach David at 614-292-5766

Need immediate assistance? Call 911 or call 614-292-5766


Buckeye Food Alliance

In 2014, a research group at Ohio State conducted a survey that determined 15 percent of undergraduate students—approximately 7,000—suffer from the effects of very low food security. This means that, on a frequent basis, these Buckeyes are unable to afford enough food to adequately feed themselves. With continually ballooning costs of tuition, school supplies, housing, and other expenses, paying for food becomes a luxury to some students—rather than the necessity that it should be. Buckeye Food Alliance has a food pantry for Ohio State students open in Lincoln Tower which will help provide healthy food options.



Lincoln Tower, Suite 150

1800 Cannon Drive

Columbus, OH, 43210

(614) 688-2508


Tuesday 6-8 PM

Wednesday 6-8 PM

Saturday 12-3 PM

Sunday 6-8 PM

(Also available by appointment)


Student Wellness Center 

  • Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Services
  • Collegiate Recovery Community
  • HI/STI Testing and Coaching
  • Nutrition Coaching
  • Wellness Coaching 


B130 RPAC 

337 Annie and John Glenn Avenue 



Student Conduct/ Title IX

The mission of our office is to protect student rights; help foster a safe and secure educational environment; uphold the standards of the University community; establish accountability for student choices; maintain an equitable and inclusive process that promotes mutual respect; foster ethical standards and critical thinking and decision-making; and assist in the development of students into productive citizens.

Provides information on:

  • Alcohol and Drugs Violations
  • Hazing
  • Mediation (a problem solving process guided by a neutral third party)
  • Sexual Misconduct (Title IX)


550 Lincoln Tower

1800 Cannon Drive

Columbus, OH 43210



Student Advocacy Center 

The Student Advocacy Center is committed to helping students navigate Ohio State's structure and to resolving issues that they encounter at the university. Our purpose is to empower students to overcome obstacles to their growth both inside and outside the classroom.

Walk-In Hours available! 


001 DrackettTower

191 W. Lane Avenue

Columbus, OH 43210



Student Legal Services

Student Legal Services (SLS) is a non-profit law office that contracts with The Ohio State University to provide legal advice, representation, education and resources to thousands of Ohio State students. You must be a degree-seeking Ohio State student attending the Columbus campus to be eligible for services.  Services are only available during the academic year in which the participation fee has been paid.


20 East 11thAvenue 

Columbus, OH 43210



Student Health Services

  • Primary Care
  • Optometry
  • Dental
  • Nutrition Therapy
  • Men’s and Women’s health services. 
  • and more!


Wilce Student Health Center

1875 Millikin Road

Columbus, OH 43210

Building #294 on campus map

For advice/appointments: (614) 292-4321