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General Student Resources

The Ohio State University system is one of the largest in the United States and offers numerous academic and health resources to its students. Whether you are considering a graduate degree, beginning your academic career at CSEEES or are getting ready to graduate, there are resources available to help you succeed. Faculty and staff are here to help; don't miss out on the exciting opportunities and support available to you at Ohio State.

If there are additional resources that you would like to see on this list, please email us at cseees@osu.edu.

  • Guidelines for Academic Success
    • Created by The Ohio State Graduate School, this short guide provides students with a brief overview of skills and resources to help them succeed in their graduate studies at Ohio State. 
  • Younkin Success Center
    • The Younkin Success Center functions as a hub for services related to student success. Within the Younkin students will find success support resources and services. Additional Younkin resources include free Tutoring ServicesVeteran Tutoring Servicesspace reservations, commuter lockers and student study spaces.
  • Dennis Learning Center
    • The mission of the Dennis Learning Center (DLC) is to provide students of all backgrounds with strategies for college success that will enable them to enter, excel in, and complete programs of postsecondary education; and to accomplish this by applying their expertise in education, psychology, instruction, and technology to the enhancement of learning and motivation. The DLC provides academic counseling, workshops, tips, tutorials and resources for graduate students.
  • Center for Study and Teaching of Writing
  • Council of Graduate Students
    • The Council of Graduate Students is the official student government for the 10,000+ graduate students at The Ohio State University. Founded in 1955, CGS works towards a continual improvement of the graduate student experience at The Ohio State University. The Council directly serves and supports graduate students and the University community in a number of ways, including: officially representing graduate student interests in university governance through the appointment of over 100 graduate students to University committees, providing an outlet for the graduate student community to discuss and engage issues related to their interests at the University, providing travel funds for professional development and more.

​​​​​Library Locations

Library Staff Affiliated with CSEEES

  • Mary Allen (Pasha) Johnson: Associate Professor and Curator of Hilandar Research Library, johnson.60@osu.edu, Medieval Slavic manuscripts, Slavic and Balkan historical linguistics, archives

  • Miroljub Ruzic: Subject Specialist for East European and Slavic Studies, Religious Studies, History of Christianity, ruzic.2@osu.edu, (614) 292-8959

Online Library Resources

  • Kanopy
    • An on-demand streaming video service for educational institutions that provides access to more than 26,000 films each year working directly with filmmakers and film distribution companies to offer award-winning collections including titles from PBS, BBC, Criterion Collection, Media Education Foundation and more. To access Kanopy's library through OSU, create an account using this link.

Medical Resources

  • Wilce Student Health Center (1875 Millikin Road Columbus, OH 43210)
  • Phone: 614-292-4321
  • Emailshc@osu.edu
    • The Wilce Student Health Center, Student Life Student Health Services (SLSHS), is a Joint Commission accredited outpatient facility providing a variety of health care services to the student population. All students enrolled at the university are eligible to use SLSHS.

Mental Health and Counseling Resources

  • Student Health and Well-Being Strategies and Resources
    • Returning to campus may be stressful for students. The safety of the Ohio State community is and always will be the university’s first priority. This document contains research-based intervention strategies and resources that can help build resiliency and enhance mental, emotional and physical health and well-being. 
  • Younkin Success Center Wellness Services
    • This page contains links to services that are mentioned on this page. Such services include Counseling and Consultation Service (CCS), tutoring services, the Dennis Learning Center (DLC) and Buckeye Careers. 
  • Counseling & Consultation Service
  • Phone: 614-292-5766
    • The Ohio State University’s Counseling and Consulting Services (CCS) aims to promote the well-being and academic success of students through access to diverse mental health services and outreach. They offer individual and group mental health services, psychoeducational prevention and outreach programming to currently enrolled undergraduate, graduate and professional students. CCS are also available to work with spouses/partners of students who are covered by the Comprehensive Student Health Insurance.
    • To request an appointment, students will first need to schedule a phone screening appointment
      • CCS also has this handy tool that allows students to look for potential therapists based on their identities and mental health needs: https://ccs.osu.edu/cpd/
  • Health and Wellness Resource Guide
    • A search tool designed to help navigate the vast number of support services available to our student community. By utilizing the search engine students can quickly narrow down resources to best fit their need.  You can browse the many health and wellness related resources listed alphabetically or you can use the search features by selecting a specific criteria within the 10 Dimensions of Wellness; audience type; campus location; or by specific categories such as Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion or Emergency Response. This tool lists the many resources available on all campuses. Check out the tool today by visiting: go.osu.edu/wellnessguide
  • AOD Bookings Form
    • A referral page to better connect students to Alcohol and Other Drug support resources. The initial purpose of this referral tree is so that anyone meeting with a student can pull up this page and directly schedule a student for a 1:1 meeting with a dedicated AOD team member for a mini consultation to learn more about their goals or interests in the AOD space. Both virtual and in-person meetings are available. Students can expect initial meetings to be an opportunity for us to introduce them to the various resources we have that may be helpful based on their goals. This could be anything from basic AOD education, harm reduction, moderation management, recovery meetings, or supportive peer groups in regards to alcohol and other drugs, as well as connections to other wellness resources as needed. All services are free, educational and supportive resources for students to get connected and make positive changes in their life. Students can make a referral (or schedule an appointment for themselves) by visiting go.osu.edu/ScheduleAOD. For additional information or if you have questions about this resource please email Mackenzie Hogan, hogan.180@osu.edu.
  • CSEEES Jobs List
    • CSEEES sends out a monthly job list, typically on the first business day of the month, which lists jobs relevant to recent graduates of Slavic, East European and Eurasian studies. Job posting include administrative positions, openings in education and research, fellowships and positions in the government sector. Sign up today!
  • AATSEEL Job Listings
    • Provided by the American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages (AATSEEL), this page provides current job openings for anyone interested teaching in the field of Slavic, East European and Eurasian studies. 
  • ASEEES Career Center
    • Provided by the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES), this career center lists openings posted by colleagues at various academic institutions that are relevant to the field. Please note that you must create an account to access the career portal. Once registered, the career portal can be found under the "Member Resources" tab.
  • Buckeye Careers
    • As part of the Office of Student Life, Buckeye Careers is an university-wide initiative designed to support students throughout their professional development, with a focus on connecting them with local, national and global organizations.