Whether you’re transferring from another Ohio State major or another campus or university, students come from all over to earn their degrees.
Choosing a college can seem overwhelming, but it doesn't have to be. Simply visit, apply, get credit, attend orientation, and complete your to-do list.
Whether you're transferring from another Ohio State major or another campus or university, students come from all over to earn their degree at Ohio State. We want you to feel at home. Simply follow these steps and know we’re here to help:
Your To-Do List: Keep this handy list in front of you during your senior year.
You can still be a Buckeye even if you don't want to start your college career at The Ohio State University's Columbus Campus.
While you study at ATI, you can complete approximately half of the requirements for a bachelor's degree in agriculture, environment and natural resources at The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences. So, if you know that you will one day complete a four-year degree, you can complete half of it before you even get to Columbus.
So, you're a Buckeye but aren't starting your college career in the big city?No problem. As a student at a regional campus, you can still be enrolled in our college. You will even have contact with advising staff in our college office.
Paul Heimberger, College Academic Counselor, visits regional campuses to meet with students. Please contact him should you have any questions as you prepare to transfer (see contact information below).
Many students change their major at least once while they're at Ohio State. It is common for students to transfer to our college from another place within Ohio State's Columbus campus.
Did you start college somewhere else and now you want to transfer to Ohio State? Great! We'd be happy to have you here.When you study with us you will . . .
- Explore what interests you
- Receive personalized advising
- Gain real-world experience
- Be empowered to turn your inspirations into real-world innovations
So, what are you waiting for? Contact us today.
Many students transfer credits they've earned at another college or university to Ohio State. To learn if classes you've taken will transfer:
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