Congratulations! You are going to be a Buckeye in the College of Engineering!
In just a few weeks you will begin your academic career in the College of Engineering at The Ohio State University. We know how excited you are to get started and to be successful.
The first step to success at Ohio State starts at summer orientation during which you will learn many things about the university and the College of Engineering. Most importantly, after completing your orientation program, you will have your schedule of your first set of classes. In order to schedule the courses most appropriate for you, it is important you come to summer orientation prepared.
Preparing for Orientation
Orientation is the first step on your journey as a student at The Ohio State University. It is a fun and exciting opportunity to experience firsthand what Ohio State is all about. You will have the chance to learn more about academics and student life, meet advisors from your major, and interact with fellow incoming students. During orientation you can expect to:
- Learn more about your academic program
- Learn about Buckeye traditions and life as a Buckeye
- Schedule your first set of classes
- Meet faculty, advisors and current Ohio State students
- Interact with fellow incoming students
- Ask questions!
In May, you will receive an email from the College of Engineering that will walk you through important pre-orientation tasks such as math and visualization skills assessments. Completing these placement tests in advance of your orientation program is required. We will also provide you with a link to our Engineering Advising Orientation website, which will provide you insight on various topics that will help you prepare for Orientation and life as an Engineering Buckeye.
Check your Buckeyemail (email@example.com) account regularly, as this will be the primary link between you and the university. To activate your Ohio State username, which is used for your email, please visit my.osu.edu. If you experience problems related to your username, email the Office of Technology and Digital Information Support Center or call by phone at 614-688-HELP, or by TDD at 614-688-8743.