Buckeye Buzz: October 24-30, 2022

  1. During the month of October, you can be entered to win BuckID Cash, gift cards and other prizes by completing the Wellness Assessment. It takes less than 10 minutes to complete, and by taking the survey, you'll learn about your personal well-being and get connected to wellness-related resources

Campus Announcements

  1. Download this carving pattern to create your own Buckeye-inspired pumpkin! 

  2. Grade forgiveness petitions for courses being repeated this semester are due by Friday, October 28, and are submitted through the website linked to this announcement.

  3. The last day to drop a full-semester autumn course is Friday, October 28.

  4. Reminder that the Learning Lab is open and here to help !!!! Two places, Halterman and Applewood Village, available for tutoring ! Check our website for times.

Campus Events

  1. Bowling

  2. Indoor Soccer pickup games!

  3. STEP is presenting DinDin with Linden on November 17th.


    Learn about Indian religion, culture, and cuisine with the CFAES Wooster Diversity Committee. Special guests, Prof. Aradhya J. Gourapura and Dr. Subbu Kumarappan will lead this tour through the hidden cultural gems of the Greater Cleveland Indian Community. Seats limited, RSVP

  5. RA Carter Gilbert is raising funds for Breast Cancer during October which is Breast Cancer Awareness month.  Each dollar raised will gain you a chance to pie or slime one of the following:

    -Carter Gilbert (RA/OA)

    -Maddie Parks (RA/OA)

    -Christina Schoolcraft (OA)

  6. Lunch included, Activities for everyone: Dog Adoptions, Pumpkin Decorating, Costume Contest, Crafts, Treats and more

  7. Happy Halloween!  Trick or Treat on campus October 31, 8am-Noon!  Stop at the ATI Library in Halterman Hall to pick up a donut, cider, and map of where treat stops are around campus.  Costumes are welcome! 

  8. Calling all ghost and goblins. All vampires and werewolves. And most importantly all buckeyes!

Campus Opportunities

  1. The Office of Student Life is pleased to announce that the Keith B.

  2. What is Disability:IN and NextGen Initiatives?  Disability:IN is a non-profit organization that works with private-sector businesses to achieve business disability inclusion.

  3. The Buck-I-Eats Pantry is here to help students who may lack access to affordable nutritious food and provide access to small personal care items.  Our pantry was previously located in Skou