Buckeye Buzz: February 21 - 27, 2022
Student Activities Center (SAC)
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Apply Now for 2022 Homecoming Court!
If you are returning to ATI in Fall 2022, have completed at least 30 credit hours and carry a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.......
Apply for the ATI Homecoming Court!!!
Deadline to apply is 5:00 pm on Friday, March 11th!
Be the next member of Buckeye Royalty and apply today!
For application go to go.osu.edu/ATIHomecoming
Flicks for Free: Dune
Flicks for Free: Dune
Date: Wednesday, February 23, 2022 - midnight
Feature adaptation of Frank Herbert's science fiction novel about the son of a noble family entrusted with the protection of the most valuable asset and most vital element in the galaxy.
Virtual Link: go.osu.edu/FlicksForFree
Glo Hard or Glo Home!!
Are you ready for Glo Hard or Glo Home???
Beat the winter blues and get your competive juices flowing!!
When: Monday, February 21st from 7:00 - 9:00 pm @ The SAC!
Glow in the dark cornhole, dodgeball, volleyball, ping pong, laser tag, food and more!!!
Come on out and have some fun!!! Each student will receive glow in the dark bracelets and necklaces upon sign in!!!
Attention Graduates, Reverse Orientation Week is Coming Up!
The first annual Reverse Orientation Week is only 2 weeks away! If you are graduating this spring, this is the programming for you!
We have sessions for grads who are Columbus bound and sessions for grads entering the workforce! Check out the full schedule and see what works for you!
*Although programming is geared towards graduates, sessions are open to all students!
FREE GIVEAWAY....Attend any four sessions and receive an OSU padfolio!!
Check out the week schedule!
MANRRS Game Night!!
Need a break from your studies? Come Join MANRRS for a fun game night tutorial!
Variety of card and board games!
PIZZA WILL BE PROVIDED!
Wednesday, February 23rd from 5:00-7:00 pm in the Community Room
Sex and Syrup - Wednesday, February 23rd at 7:30 pm
Join Dr. Schaad and the housing staff on WEDNESDAY, FEB 23rd at 7:30PM in the Community Room!
Why you should attend:
- Waffle bar with all the toppings (including whipped cream)
- Goody bag of condoms, candy, and information
- SEX discussions
- Building community with fellow Buckeyes around a super important topic.
ALL are welcome and encouraged to attend and all views/beliefs, genders, and sexual orientations will be celebrated!
Main Street Wooster Presents: Ancestral Returns vis DNA
Hear the story of how the son of a Ghostbuster made an Ancestral Return to Ghana, where he became a Chief.
Attendees can register for a chance to win a FREE DNA TESTING KIT ($100 value)
Special thanks to The Akrobortu Project for donating 2 DNA testing kits with results consultations.
For Black History Month, we are honored to host free presentations on family reconnection, reconciliation, and reclamation via DNA, among diasporan & continental Africans everywhere.
Our speaker was born Earnest L. Hudson, Jr. in Michigan, and has worked as a professional actor/producer under the name Ernie Hudson, Jr. He is the son of actor Ernie Hudson (most widely known for his role in Ghostbusters) & Dr. Jeannie L. Hudson, Ph.D. Building on the accomplishments of his parents, he played Hamid Khan in the HBO series “OZ,” authored the contemplative book, “Freestyle Prophecies & Sacred Ciphers,” and contributed as an author to Craig Duswalt’s 2021 release of “1001 Ways to Rock Your Life” among many other professional accomplishments.
DNA matching enabled him to connect with not only his paternal grandfather, but also three branches of paternal DNA that led him to Ghana and the Ewe people. He arranged an Ancestral Return to Frankadua, in the Eastern Region Ghana, where he was adopted into the Regency, participated in a Naming Ceremony, and was given the honorific "Togbui," which translates as Grandpa/King . This life-changing experience inspired him to share his knowledge with others and facilitate their journey. He currently serves as President of the Akrobortu Center, a non-profit which facilitates familial reunification between African DNA carriers and their Continental DNA matches.
The knowledge he will share at his Main Street Wooster presentations is inspirational to everyone who wants to be more connected to their past and increase their self-awareness. Read his full bio.
REGISTER FOR YOUR FREE TICKETS - SEATING IS LIMITED
Headed to Columbus next year? Need a roommate? Attend Virtual Roommate Fair!
Student Life’s Willie J. Young, Sr. Off-Campus and Commuter Student Engagement at The Ohio State University will be hosting a couple of upcoming Roommate Fairs, the first being Thursday, February 10th from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM via Zoom and the second being Thursday, March 3rd from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM over Zoom.
Registration required at: https://offcampus.osu.edu/programs/roommate-fairs/
Roommate Fairs are intended for students who will be residing in Columbus and provide the opportunity to meet potential roommates face-to-face (virtually) in a safe and casual environment.
If you know of any students that will be attending the Columbus campus or living in the Columbus area and are looking for housing and/or roommates, please feel free to pass this information along.
Our pantry was previously located in Skou Hall, inside Student Success Services. In order to increase access, we’ve relocated to the Student Activities Center.
FREE sustainable grocery bag!
The Buck-I-Eats Pantry is here to help all CFAES Wooster students who may lack access to affordable nutritious food and provide access to small personal care items.
The pantry will be availble when the SAC is open.
Monday - Thursday | 7:00 am - 9:00 pm
Friday | 7:00 am - 7:00 pm
Saturday | 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Sunday | 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm
*If you need emergency access outside of these hours, please contact Katie LeMasters.27.
**Note: SAC hours may be adjusted due to events, holidays and staffing.
INTERESTED IN DONATING TO THE BUCK-I-EATS PANTRY?
If you would like to donate non-persishable food items and/or personal hygiene products, donations can be brought to the SAC during open hours or contact Katie LeMasters.27.
If you would like to make a financial donation, CLICK HERE.
Outstanding Student Recognition 2022
It is time to recognize the outstanding students at Ohio State ATI. In order to be eligible, the student must be graduating Spring 2022, or have already graduated either Summer 2021 or Autumn 2021. The student must also have a minimum of 3.0 cumulative GPA. The application document and endorsement document are both Microsoft Word documents and can be accessed here: https://ati.osu.edu/outstanding_22. Please visit the page and review the application for complete details about Outstanding Student eligibility. The application form contains the complete instructions for applying and submitting the necessary documents. Materials all must be correctly and completely filled in and the submission deadline is on or before Monday, March 7th
Please visit : https://ati.osu.edu/outstanding_22 to access the page for downloading the application materials. When the hyperlinks on this page are selected, the Word document should download automatically. You may need to navigate to your Downloads folder to open it. If you are using a mobile device, then you may need to prompt the browser to download the file instead of previewing the file. If you are using a mobile device you will need to make sure that you have the MS Word app on your device.
If you have questions or are having difficulty with the application files, please contact me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
ATI Student Recognition Banquet Committee Chair
The Ohio State University ATI
Welcome to Columbus Day!
Welcome to Columbus Day! is Wednesday, March 30th.
This is an all day event, meet advisors, professors, enjoy a box lunch, and talk with ATI students who have transitioned and now make Columbus their campus.
Transportation is provided but limited.
Contact Cate Hunko.1 to reserve a space or to ask more questions.
Grade Forgiveness Petition Deadline
The deadline for students to submit a Grade Forgiveness Petition for a course they are repeating during Spring 2022 is Friday, March 25.
Last Day to Drop Deadline
Friday, March 25, is the last day to drop a full-semester course with instructor and advisor permission.
Student must complete a Course Enrollment Permission Form and submit for approvals via the instructions on page 1. Drops will not be approved after March 25 without extenuating circumstances.
OPPORTUNITY....Career Development Course - 2nd half of this semester
ESCE 2272, is a career development class for all Ohio State Students, aimed to assist them with their career goals and choices. From learning more about themselves, different majors and decision-making, to exploring various careers, transitioning to the job market and applying to graduate and professional schools. Students will have the opportunity to master their resumes, personal statements, interviewing, among many other skills needed to be successful upon graduation.
- Course Number: 37119
- Credits and Grading: 2-credit hour class, graded S/U
- Second term, Spring Semester (March 2nd -April 25)
- Fridays from 10:00 a.m. - Noon
- Instruction Mode: Distance Learning - synchronous
For more information email Dr. Ana Berrios Allison at email@example.com
ORIP Applications Now Open!
ORIP Applications Now Open!
Apply for the 2022 OSU Research Internship Program.
Details: The 2022 OSU Research Internship Program (ORIP) on the Wooster campus is currently accepting student and faculty mentor applications. The program is managed centrally through the CFAES Office for Research and Graduate Education, and coordinated by Faculty Advisor, Michelle Jones, Professor (HCS). This year’s program will run from May 9 to July 15, 2022.
• Student Applications Due: February 28, 2022
• Faculty Mentor Applications Due: February 28, 2022
ORIP provides research experiences for high school students and undergraduates. Students must be 18 years of age by May 1st to participate. The goal of this program is to expand research opportunities to area students and to enhance their interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics by inculcating critical thinking skills through rigorous laboratory and field-based research experiences, seminars, group discussions, and symposia.
Selected students will receive stipends and certificates indicating their participation in the program. Student participants will also build a network of peers, scientists, and experiences that will set them apart from others for college applications and future career opportunities.
Please direct questions to Alexis Didinger.2.
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.
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