CEGSP Graduate Student Resources
CEGSP students can access resources and support in many areas. In addition to the resources below, The Ohio State University provides a wealth of services to support graduate students in and out of the classroom. Please consult Ohio State's Current Students page for a comprehensive list of student support services.
- CEGSP Handbook & Department Forms -- Resources regarding program-specific policies and requirements, as well as registration and graduation can be found here.
- The Graduate School -- In addition to providing academic information, the Graduate School site offers news about professional development, diversity initiatives, and upcoming events.
- Council of Graduate Students -- Council of Graduate Students (CGS) is the official branch of student government that represents every graduate student at the main and satellite campuses. The CGS website include information about ways to become engaged, the Hayes Research Forum, and various funding opportunities.
Graduate and Professional School Survival Skills Workshop -- A live workshop takes place the first week of classes in Autumn semester, but a Resource Guide, Strategies for Success (presentation slides), and a recording of the opening session are available here.
- EmPOWERment Program -- EmPOWERment offers PhD students the opportunity to pursue interdisciplinary training in energy-system modeling, data science, energy policy, business, legal, social-behavioral issues, and energy technologies to address the challenges facing a sustainable energy future. Opportunities include competitive fellowships, mentoring and advising, and experiential learning opportunities. Prospective and current students can learn more about applying to the program here.
Graduate Interdisciplinary Specialization in Data-Driven Sustainable Energy Systems -- The Graduate Interdisciplinary Specialization (GIS) in Data-Driven Sustainable Energy Systems provides graduate students with interdisciplinary training in energy-system modeling, data science, energy policy, business, law, social and behavioral sciences, and energy technologies.
Degree Enhancement Opportunities via Graduate School -- Graduate degrees can be customized with low-credit hour minors, specializations, dual and combined degrees, and certificates. Current graduate students can discuss with their graduate faculty advisor and graduate studies committee about enhancement options for their graduate degree and how it aligns with their research and career interests and degree completion timeline.
- Drake Institute for Teaching and Learning -- The purpose of the institute is to integrate and enhance teaching and learning efforts at Ohio State, and to elevate such work to the institutional level. Graduate students are able to participate in professional learning and teaching endorsement opportunities. More information is available here.
- Engineering Career Services (ECS) -- ECS assists engineering students with co-ops and internship opportunities, job searches, resume writing, interviewing, and other professional preparation. ECS also hosts career fairs and workshops on a variety of topics, from building a strong, Linkedin profile to negotiating salary and benefits with a potential employer.
- Career Counseling and Support Services
- Disability Services
- Student Advocacy Center
- Multicultural Center
- Prayer, Reflection, and Medication Space -- We recognize that prayer, faith and quiet time is important for our faculty, staff, and students. Designated spaces are available on campus: Quiet Room at Knowlton Hall, Wellness Room at 18th Avenue Library, Space at the Ohio Union, Space in Arps Hall.
- Ohio Union Activities Board (OUAB)
- OUAB Grad/Prof - Graduate & Professional Programming
- Off-Campus Housing
- International Students