Student Organizations, Publications, & Programs
Ohio State Marion offers students a wide array of extracurricular opportunities that encourages them to express themselves creatively, interact with like-minded students and faculty, and participate in the larger Marion community. Here are several examples sponsored by the English Program.
- Kapow!: Ohio State Marion’s student creative writing club meets regularly to share and workshop their writing. We encourage all writers to come out! For information about meeting dates and locations, contact Stuart Lishan.
- Cornfield Review: This annual literary publication, started in 1976, showcases the literary and visual talents of OSU Marion students as well as the larger community beyond campus. Additionally, Cornfield Review: Online, the print journal’s web-based supplement, features creative digital media content such as videos, graphic design, and audio compositions.
- PALS: The Pride and Life Skills Student Mentoring Program allows Ohio State Marion students to make a difference in the lives of Marion-area K-12 students.
- Pay it Forward Marion: The Pay It Forward Marion Student Philanthropy Program promotes civic engagement in English courses ranging from beginner to advanced and improves the local community through skill-based service, fundraising, and philanthropy.
The following links provide access to various resources and services that English majors will find particularly helpful for research, assistance with writing, and access to technology.
- Academic Enrichment Center (includes Math Lab Tutor information)
- General Computer Lab (220 Library Classroom Building): Hours vary per semester
- Marion Campus Library
- Media Lab (281 Morrill Hall)
- Ohio State Center for the Study and Teaching of Writing
- Ohio State University Libraries
- The Purdue University OWL (Online Writing Lab)
It is never too early to work on your career plan for after college. Will you need to continue your education with graduate school? Do you plan to enter directly into the work force after you complete your undergraduate degree? How do you strengthen your resume or graduate school application with internships, organization membership and volunteer opportunities while in college? The Marion Campus Career Services Office, Maynard Hall 124, can help you with these issues. Schedule an appointment with Will Smith our Career Services Coordinator by calling (740) 725-6344.