Buckeye Buzz: December 6 - 12 , 2021

  1. Dodgeball Tournament

    Registration now open for the Dodgeball Tournament! Visit IMLeagues.com/OSUATI to enter your team!

    Deadline to register: December 6th at 11:59 pm

    Teams will consist of 6 players. Best 2 of 3 format.

    Bracket will be double elimination and games will start at 7:00 pm!

  2. Fully Vaccinated Crew Shirts Available for Faculty, Staff, and Students!

    Fully Vaccinated Crew T-shirts are now available for faculty, staff, and students!

    Pick up your shirt at the SAC any time before 4:00 pm!

    Supplies and sizes are limited! Ask fast before they are gone!

    Don’t forget to bring proof of vaccination status with your card or photo!

  3. Destress Week

    Need to recharge before finals?  Check out the activites for Destress Week - December 6th - 9th!

    Activities include a visit by Caring Therapy Canines, a progressive muscle relaxation session with Schaad, a dodgeball tournament and root beer floats! The Library will have coloring all week long! Stop by and take a break!

    Registration now open for the Dodgeball Tournament! Visit IMLeagues.com/OSUATI to enter your team!

    Deadline to register: December 6th at 11:59 pm

    Teams will consist of 6 players. Best 2 of 3 format.

    Bracket will be double elimination and games will start at 7:00 pm!


  4. Dollar Bowling Night - Mondays starting November 1st

    $1 Bowling Night is Back!!!

    FREE for ATI Students with Valid BuckID!

    Please look for the sign-in sheet when you arrive!!

    Every Monday starting November 1st - December 6th

    Where: Wayne Lanes Bowling , 1983 Lincoln Way E., Wooster, OH 44691

  5. ATI All-Stars Represent at Regional Championships

    Over the weekend, a team of IM Volleyball All-Stars represented ATI in the Regional Championships held on campus! The team went 1-2 defeating OSU-Newark and losing close matches to Marion and Mansfield.  OSU-Marion won the tournament going 3-0 on the day.

    Congrats to our ATI All-Stars!!

  6. Collin's Law - Ohio's Anti-Hazing Act

    Collin’s Law – Ohio’s Anti-Hazing Act 

    This is an important moment in our state’s and university’s commitment to eradicating any form of hazing in educational institutions across Ohio. Collin’s Law, Ohio’s Anti Hazing Act, which went into effect at the beginning of October enacted a number of important requirements and changes, all to end hazing and interrupt contributing factors that have enabled the persistence of hazing in the past. Ohio State University’s communication about Collin’s Law can be found online

    Hazing Prevention Training for Students 

    A component of the law is required education for all students before they join a student group. As we continue to promote a culture of care this is an important step in preventing hazing. There will be multiple hazing prevention trainings open to all students to fulfill this requirement before joining a student group. This training will cover definitions of hazing, awareness, prevention, intervention, and reporting. This training is open to all students and is strongly recommended even if they are already part of a group.  

    Training offerings for the rest of the Autumn 2021 semester can be found below or at go.osu.edu/Hazing. We ask that you register for these trainings at least 24 hours in advance. 

    Student Training Opportunities - *These are training sessions offered by Columbus Student Life. Watch email and Buckeye Buzz for Wooster Training sessions in January.


    Advisor Training 

    Training will also be required for student organization advisors. More information about advisor training will be announced soon. 



    To create a community free of hazing, we must first report hazing when we experience it, see it or suspect it. It is imperative that everyone with knowledge of hazing reports it. Ohio State students and registered student organizations are required to report hazing as the failure to prevent, intervene or report acts of hazing may also be considered acts of hazing.  

    You may have additional reporting obligations under Ohio law. Specifically, Collin's Law: The Ohio Anti-Hazing Act Sec. 2903.311 (B). 

    If you are a university employee and have questions about your reporting obligations under Ohio law, please contact the Office of Legal Affairs at 614-292-0611.  

    If you are a student and have questions about your reporting obligations under Ohio law, please contact Student Legal Services at 614-247-5853. 

    Go to go.osu.edu/reporthazing for information and instructions on how to report hazing to the university and to law enforcement.  

    • If anyone is experiencing harm or is in imminent danger, please call 9-1-1. 
    • For on-campus reports, call OSUPD at 614-292-2121.  
    • To report off-campus behavior call Wooster police at 330-287-5702 (non-emergency number)   



    Contact Us 

    Please contact our student org team at csls@osu.edu with any questions about these resources or preventing hazing in your organization.


  7. Cultural Connections: Kazakhstan

    RSVP through Friday, December 3 for a free lunch incl. chocolate from Kazakhstan.

    Meirambek Mutalkhanov is a doctoral student at the Al-Farabi Kazakh National University (Republic of Kazakhstan). The topic of his research work is the study of the rubber-bearing plant Tau saghyz (Scorzonera tau-saghyz Lipsch. et Bosse) in order to obtain rubber, which is an industrially important material. This type of plant is endemic, as it grows in the climate of Kazakhstan. He is also working on rubber dandelion at OSU Wooster in the lab of Professor Katrina Cornish in the Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Sciences. 

    A talk in the series Cultural Connections—where culture meets agriculture


    Wooster Science Building, Room 175/175A
    1600 Wilson Rd, CFAES Wooster

    THURSDAY, Dec. 9, 2021, 12:00-12:50 pm
    Note the time and day of the week, which is Reading Day, so neither classes nor exams take place that day

    RSVP for a seat and a free light lunch featuring chocolate from Kazakhstan by Friday, December 3 at  https://osu.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cBL4ZwRiEfQfmIK Or you can stream live or watch later online by requesting a URL from that site.


    Meirambek Mutalkhanov.

    Visiting Scholar in the lab of  Dr. Katrina Cornish, FABE, CFAES Wooster


    Lunch will be provided thanks to the generous support of the CFAES Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

  8. Major Lawrence Miller Military Community Advocate Program

    Major Lawrence Miller Military Community Advocate Program

    Through the Major Lawrence Miller Military Community Advocate (MCA) Program, many of Ohio State’s top veteran students are continuing their service to the university and their fellow veterans on campus. The MCA Program is a vital part of the effort to help connect fellow veterans to resources and experiences that will ensure our veteran students accomplish their new mission - academic and professional success. Learn how you can participate at the Major Lawrence Military Community Advocate program and earn scholarship funds.

    Thursday, December 9 at 11:00am – 1:00pm, Café, Wooster Science Building.

    Free drinks (cold, hot, and smoothies) and treats will be offered.

    For more information contact montz.11@osu.edu.

  9. Let's Talk Woo

    CFAES Wooster Campus Embedded Counselor - Schaad

    Let's Talk Woo provides drop-in, informal mental health consultations on a first-come, first-served basis. It's FREE and CONFIDENTIAL and open to all currently registered Ohio State students. 

    For more information visit..... go.osu.edu/WooCounselor

    Let's Talk













  10. Learning Lab Tutors Available!

    The Learning Lab Tutors are available to help you with your end of semester needs.

    Please drop in or email me at: nemitz.7@osu.edu.

    We are here to help you succeed!!

  11. Interested in Transitioning to Columbus?

    Students interested in Transitioning to Columbus for SP22 or AU22 and would like details on Housing, Parking, Scheduling and the requirements for making the transition please contact Cate Hunko.1 

    Students transitioning in SP22 need to contact me ASAP!

  12. Ohio State ATI 2022-2023 Financial Aid Check List - Applications Now Available!

    Friday, December 10th, 2021 - Last day to accept a summer/autumn Direct Loan or an autumn only Direct Loan.

    To accept Direct Loan offcers, log into Buckeye Link > My Financial Aid> 2022 Aid Year > Aid Summary Tab.  Click the green Accept/Decline button to make selections.  Must complete Direct Loan Entrance Counseling and Master Promissory Note on To Do List if you have not done so.


    It is that time of year again!  The 2022-2023 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), ATI/CFAES scholarship application and OSU ScholarshipUniverse application are now available!  Most application deadlines are in February 2022.  Please review the following check list for more details and as always, please contact me with any questions or concerns.


    Julia Morris, Coordinator of Student Financial Aid

    Phone: 330-287-1214

    Email: morris.878@osu.edu

    Office Hours: M, W, Th, F 8:00am-2:30pm remote; Tuesday’s on-campus 8:15am-2:45am

    Finan Aid

  13. Now Hiring!

    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.

    1. Log into Workday. 
    2. In the Applications section, click the Career Application.
    3. In the View Section, click either Search Students Jobs or Search Student Federal Work Study Jobs. (Set location now)
    4. Click the Job Title (ex. Student Assistant) to view the job posting details.
    5. Click Apply to apply for the job.

    Students looking for employment in the Wooster area: create an account at Handshake.osu.edu