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Resources and Support

The Ohio State University provides a wealth of services to support our students in and out of the classroom. Please consult Ohio State's Current Students website for a comprehensive list of student support services.

Below is a partial list of Academic Support and other services that are available to students. Please click on the links to learn more about these programs.

From The Ground Up

To help our students stay informed with up-to-date information, the CEGE Advisors have created a page specifically for Civil and Environmental Engineering students!

Visit, to find information on:

  • important dates and deadlines
  • preparing for graduation
  • scholarship, co-op and internship opportunities
  • much more!

Academic Support Services

  • Student Life Disability Services - collaboartes with and empowers students who have disabilities in order to coordinate support services programs that enable equal access to education.
  • Student Advocacy Center - committed to helping students navigate Ohio State's structure and to resolving issues that they encounter at the University.  Students are empowered to overcome obstacles to their growth both inside and outside the classroom.
  • Khan Academy - a non-profit educational organization created in 2006 by educator Salman Khan with a goal of creating an accessible place for people to be educated. The organization produces short lectures in the form of YouTube videos
  • Walter E. Dennis Learning Center - offers free tutoring in math, physics and chemistry. Provides academic workshops and courses designed to help students be more successful in their academics. Learning Specialists are available to meet with students individually to discuss topics like time management, study skills, etc.
  • Younkin Success Center - houses a variety of services and resources for students including a computer lab and 24 hour study space during finals week
  • University Libraries - provides over 20 libraries on campus, online resources, nationwide databases, etc.

Student Wellness and Support Services

By nature, success in engineering requires many points of view, talents, and diverse backgrounds in order to solve societal problems and advance science. 

To be a student, faculty or staff member in the Department of Civil, Environmental, and Geodetic Engineering means being tied to a rich tapestry of diverse cultures, ethnicities and backgrounds from people all over the world. Not only do we help cultivate this diversity at CEGE, we celebrate it. 

For some students, being far away from home or being immersed in a different culture is challenging and the CEGE department would like to proactively offer support in any way we can. Many of our professors started out as new students far away from home, and they can offer advice and insight. Contact your professor after class or at your convenience. The CEGE Department undergraduate academic advisors are also excellent resources for guidance and tips to making your time at Ohio State comfortable and supportive. 

The following links also offer numerous support services available at Ohio State:

Career Service

Engineering Career Services assists engineering students with co-ops and internship opportunities, job searching, resume writing, interviewing, and other professional preparation.

ECS also hosts workshops on a variety of topics, from building a strong, Linkedin profile to negotiating salary and benefits with a potential employer.  View the workshop schedule HERE.

Ohio State's Office of Student Life offers career counseling and support services. Career Connection assists students with career exploration as well as job searches.

Student Computer Facilities

Students enrolled in the Civil and Environmental Engineering pre-majors and majors have access to departmental computer facilities, software as well as datas storage and printing quotas. For more information about CEGE computer facilities, please contact the computer support staff in Hitchcock Hall 317 or send an email to

Pre-Civil & Pre-Environmental Engineering student labs:

Hitchcock Hall 342

Civil & Environmental Engineering major student labs:

Hitchcock Hall 306

Hitchcock Hall 316

Hitchcock Hall 322

Bolz Hall 217

Students in the majors also have the opportunity to access the computer labs remotely.

Other computing resources

University Libraries offers computers for public use.

CEGE Student Lounge

Students in the Civil or Environmental Engineering majors have access to the student lounge located in Bolz Hall Room 435. The student lounge provides study space, a computer workstation, a microwave, and refrigerator.

The lounge is available to majors ONLY.

Request access to the CEGE student lounge.