Buckeye Buzz: April 18 - 24, 2022
Student Activities Center (SAC)
Financial Aid & Scholarships
Student Success Services
Chipotle Chipotle Chipotle....Support the Homecoming Court Wednesday, April 20th
Planning your meals for the week??? Stop by Chipotle on Burbank Road between the hours of 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Wednesday April 20th and support the ATI Homecoming Court!
How does the Court get credit for your meal?
Option 1: Show the fundraiser flyer (hard copy or on your phone) to the cashier before you pay! (Flyer attached and below.)
Option 2: Simply tell the cashier you are there for the ATI Homecoming Court fundraiser before you pay!
Option 3: Order online and pick up on your way home! (Cannot use code with Door Dash, Grub Hub, Uber Eats or Delivery!)
Use the online ordering code is: TEM9D92 to receive credit. Please note that fundraiser online ordering is only valid through pickup during your fundraiser’s scheduled date, time, and assigned restaurant. Again, ordering delivery for fundraisers is not permitted at this time.
Thank you in advance!!
ATI Homecoming Court
Announcing the 2022 Homecoming Court....
Check out the line up for Springfest 2022!!
Enjoy some gourmet cotton candy in the SAC Game Room from 4:00-5:30 pm before you and your team participates in the ATI Olympics!
Due to weather, the ATI Olympics will be held in the SAC Gym.
Sign up your team at go.osu.edu/ATIOlympics!
Chair Massages - Sign up now!
Time to destress before finals begin on Reading Day!
ATI Students, sign up for a 10-min chair massage on Tuesday, April 26th.
Limited to 20 students!
Sign up at go.osu.edu/ChairMassage
$1 Bowling Night - April 25th
Celebrate the last day of class with $1 Bowling!
First Generation Envisioning Network (FGEN) Program
The First Generation Envisioning Network (FGEN) program is a program for first-generation students to explore their personal and career-related goals with the support of their peers, Ohio State staff, and employers.
The program is fully virtual and runs from the week of June 6th through the week of July 25th. Students meet weekly over Zoom for about 3 hours total per week. During this time, students will participate in career development sessions, including as strategic goal setting, practice interviews, resume reviews and financial wellness sessions. The program pays up to $150 at the completion of the 8-week program.
Applications are now open and First-Generation college students can apply by April 30. Spots are limited, so please sign up as soon as possible! All currently-enrolled undergraduate first-generation students of any major or rank are invited to join us.
Please reach out to Nadia Barksdale.email@example.com with any questions.
Arbor Day Celebration - Free Seedling
2021 Arbor Day Celebration
Join us as we celebrate Arbor Day on April 21, at 12:30 PM! The event will begin at the Secrest Welcome and Education Center with the tree planting taking place on the arboretum grounds.
Those who attend the celebration will receive a free tree seedling (either burr oak or sweetbay magnolia).
I look forward to celebrating trees together!
Congratulations Class of 2022....Class Tree Event!
Dear Class of 22,
CFAES Wooster will plant a class tree in your honor.
Thurs April 21, 12:30 at the Secrest Welcome Center. Please see flyer below.
If you have questions, please contact me.
Students Needed for Shisler/Fisher Renovation Focus Group - FREE FOOD!
Cultural Connections: Panama. RSVP for free lunch for Tue. April 19
Wooster Science Building, Room 175/175A
Tuesday April 19, 2022, 12:40-1:30 pm
Food served at 12:40. Presentation at 12:55
RSVP for a seat and a free light lunch by Friday April 15 at
or this QR codeà
Or RSVP to livestream.
Or watch later at https://ipa.osu.edu/wooster-campus
Panama: Land of Two Oceans
Entomology, CFAES Wooster
Assoc. Prof. of Entomology,
Director of FAES International Programs
Luis Cañas Jr.,
Sophomore at Wooster High School
Lunch provided via the generous support of CFAES Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
A talk in the series Cultural Connections—where culture meets agriculture
PRESENTED BY THE CFAES WOOSTER DIVERSITY COMMITTEE & FAES INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS
Contact information: Jason Owens,
International Coordinator at the Wooster Campus
firstname.lastname@example.org (330) 202-3581
Scarlet, Gray, and Green Fair - Volunteers Needed!
Like past years, we will be looking for volunteers to help facilitate the event. Volunteer shifts are two hours long and include set-up and tear-down, waste monitors to help guests sort compostable and recyclable materials from trash, community recycling drive volunteers, and volunteers at the information booth. Volunteers will receive a $3 coupon to be used at any of the food vendors! Please consider helping with this fun event. Email me, Sarah McNulty (email@example.com) with any questions.
Students, this is a great opportunity to boost your CV or scholarship applications with community service experience.
Sign up for a shift using this Google Doc: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1G75bjuR_VkeltnidFROg-xmxG04QyyoDW5yG1ViExa0/edit?usp=sharing
2022 FFA Contests at ATI
Again this year the Agricultural and Engineering Technologies Division will host the FFA engineering contests in person! Due to the faithful giving of your time the contests of past years have been very successful events. This year the Ag. Mechanics (Skills) FFA contest is Friday April 8 and again this year the Outdoor Power and Equipment (Engines) FFA contest is Tuesday April 26 the day before final exams start (reading day). Both contests start at 8:00am with refreshments on hand. We will be using rooms SKO 142 and SKO 150 for the skill stations and SKO 134 for grading. The participants will meet in room SKO 137 for orientation at 8:00am. We will still have lunch from Café Carmen provided. If you think you would like to participate there is plenty of room for runners, judges and graders. These contests yield excellent public relations for ATI.
I look forward to working with you to make this year’s contest flow as smooth as in years past.
Buck-I-SERV - Open to Regionals!
Our Buck-I-SERV alternative breaks program will be re-starting this summer with trips traveling from May 7-14. We have spots open for student participants as well as faculty/staff/grad/prof advisors, and would like to make these opportunities available to regional campuses. Below are details for students and advisors. Please visit our website at buckiserv.osu.edu for general information or contact Rebecca Delo.firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Summer 2022 Buck-I-SERV spots are still available. These alternative break groups travel May 7-14, 2022. Check the available trip list for more information and then head to the application page to complete a summer application.
Buck-I-SERV plans to offer in-person summer alternative break trips, May 7-14, 2022, and advisor spots are available. Advisors can be staff, faculty, graduate students and professional students. Please note the trip dates overlap with Commencement on May 8. If you are available for this opportunity, please complete the application and indicate which trips most interest you. Any questions, contact Rebecca Delo.email@example.com.
Tech Tutoring Available
Got Tech Questions? Talk with Digital Flagship!
Graduated from high school in 2021?
Going on to Columbus to complete a Bachelor's degree?
Interested in getting $2,000?
Contact Penny Nemitz.7 to find out more!!
Transitioning to Columbus AU22 and Living on Campus?
Transitioning to Columbus in SU22 or AU22? Please contact Cate Hunko.1, the Transition Counselor, to begin the process. If you are planning to live on campus and depending where, there are a few deadlines to meet in February.
Get ahead with the Learning Lab!
Appointments for individual tutors and their hours are located on ON-COURSE. If you need any help with finding a tutor or any questions please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org We look forward to seeing you. Remember tutoring is important in your academic success.
Meet a Tutor...
Hi, my name is Abigail Gregg and I am from Zanesville, Ohio. I am majoring in Biology and later plan to transfer to main campus to pursue a career in veterinarian medicine. As a tutor in the Learning Lab I am prepared to help with many different courses. However, I would consider math and biology courses to be my specialties, as well as proofreading and making grammatical suggestions with essays. I am available to provide assistance through zoom or face to face meetings. College can definitely be a stressful time but whatever your concern, I am here to help!
2022-2023 Financial Aid and Scholarship Updates
Learn more about 2022-2023 financial aid and scholarship updates, verification reminders, private loans for spring term, and emergency funding assistance.
Financial Aid & Scholarships
Although priority deadlines have past for the 2022-2023 academic year, there are still opportunities available for financial aid and scholarships.
- Complete and submit the 2022-2023 FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Applications are accepted and processed after the deadline, on a funds available basis. Federal school code: 003090 (Ohio State University – all campuses)
- Apply at ScholarshipUniverse and explore external scholarship opportunities. Internal scholarships have expired. As you complete the questions, you will be directed to external scholarship application opportunities to further complete and submit.
- Search your local county community foundation (i.e. Wayne County Community Foundation) for scholarship opportunities.
- Check your OSU webmail often for any email notifications from University Student Financial Aid or,
- Log into Buckeye Link > My Financial Aid > 2023 Aid Year > To Do List. If selected for verification, please complete and submit the forms requested by the due date(s) provided in order for your financial aid to be processed later this spring. Use the Secure Document Uploader to submit forms.
Private Loan Information:
View FASTChoice for private loan servicers and products. There is still time to apply for a 2022 spring only loan if in need.
COVID-19 Financial Assistance:
Expenses such as food, housing, course materials, tuition, technology, health care and childcare. Apply at: Emergency Request Form
- Currently enrolled
- Demonstrate financial need or hardship caused by COVID-19 (loss of job, reduced hours, inability to travel, family layoffs)
- While a FAFSA is not required, you may be asked to complete one before your application is processed
ATI Student Emergency Fund:
If you are experiencing an unplanned financial emergency, the ATI Student Emergency Fund may be an option.
- Students must be an undergraduate, enrolled at Ohio State ATI
- Students must be in good academic standing with a minimum 2.0 GPA. Extenuating circumstances may be evaluated
- Students may make use of this fund one time per academic year
- Documentation of need may be required
- Students may be required to attend one academic coaching session and one financial counseling session
Contact ATI Academic Affairs: AtiAcademicAffairs@osu.edu or 330-287-1303
Military and Veteran Student Success Services
Military and Veteran Student Success Services. If you're a Veteran, Active-duty, Guard, Reserve, ROTC Cadet/Midshipmen or family member student, we're here to support your academic success! We will assist you to transition to campus, connect you to campus resources for your academic and health & wellness needs and to identify community resources for everyday needs. Contact us at https://ati.osu.edu/currentstudents/military-veterans
Disability Services Invites Students to Contact Us!
Disability Services invites students to contact us! In this context, ‘disability’ is a broad term that includes, ADD/ADHD, Autism Spectrum, mental health conditions, chronic health conditions (e.g., asthma and diabetes), learning disabilities, physical & sensory impairments, and temporary accommodations for injuries (e.g., broken limb). We also hire students as access and lab assistants. Contact us at https://ati.osu.edu/disability-services.
1098-T forms Available
1098-T forms for 2021 are now available via Buckeye Link.
Looking for a job in Wayne County???
2022 Wayne County Career Expo
Bringing Job-Seekers and Careers Together
Come join us for our annual Career Expo on April 29, 2022 at UA Wayne College, 1901 Smucker Road, Orrville.
For more information visit: https://everybodyworks.org/wayne-careerexpo/
Looking for a job??
Students looking for on-campus jobs: log in to workday.osu.edu and set the Primary Location to “Wooster Campus” using the options on the left side of the page.
- Log into Workday.
- In the Applications section, click the Career Application.
- In the View Section, click either Search Students Jobs or Search Student Federal Work Study Jobs. (Set location now)
- Click the Job Title (ex. Student Assistant) to view the job posting details.
- Click Apply to apply for the job.
Students looking for employment in the Wooster area: create an account at Handshake.osu.edu