The Advising office is located in Suite 100, Maynard Hall
The Academic Advising Office Values the relationships we build with students in support of your academic success!
Academic Advising at The Ohio State University at Marion demonstrates quality driven service and commitment to the development of independent and innovative learners through integrity, friendliness, respectfulness, and intellect.
Current and returning students should call 740-725-6334 with questions or to schedule an appointment to see an advisor. Deadlines apply for returning students.
Information about the University's Digital Flagship initiative
Online Transcript Ordering Transcripts must be ordered by the student online. They are not available for printing or pick-up at Marion campus. For assistance call 614-292-9330.
Enrollment Verification This link will provide you with options and instructions to generate verification of your enrollment at the university.
How do I make an appointment?
Appointments can be made by calling 740-725-6334 or stopping in person in the office, 100 Maynard Hall to schedule an appointment with your advisor.
If you are planning to change your major or would like information on a major different from your current major, or if you are undecided, you should request the appointment with the advisor who works with that major.
Please know we do not schedule same day appointments. This is to allow the advisor to prepare for your appointment by reviewing your information prior to your appointment.
If you need to speak with an advisor for an immediate situation, such as adding or dropping a class by a deadline, or an unexpected even arises and impacts your enrollment, please explain this to the Advising Associate assisting you in scheduling an appointment.
Financial Aid issues should be addressed with the Financial Aid Department by calling 740-725-6242.
Do you have a hold on your Student Center (account)? Have you checked your To-Do-List?
- Reasons a hold may be placed on your Student Center include but are not limited to:
- Your Financial Responsibility Statement is not completed. This must be completed prior to scheduling courses each semester for all current OSU students. The link to the Financial Responsibility Statement is located in your To-Do-List in your Student Center.
- Past due financial balance. Check your statement of account in Buckeye Link to confirm your status. If you have questions about your statement of account, or any message to you from the Financial Aid Office, call 740-725-6389, or the phone number listed in your student center messages. (Academic Advisors do not have access to your financial aid information).
- When a student has a cumulative academic grade point average under 2.0 a scheduling hold is placed on the student's Buckeye Link Student Center. Contact the Academic Advsing Office at 740-725-6334 to discuss your hold. Contact Financial Aid if you have a financial hold- 740-725-6389
- Missing high school and/or college transcripts will create an account hold. Contact Marion campus Admissions at 740-725-6242 for assistance
- Are you a first semester college student at The Ohio State University and want to adjust your class schedule? All schedule changes for new students must include a conversation with your academic advisor (this includes College Credit Plus (CPP) students who are in their first semester of post high school college enrollment).
How to I apply for my Associate of Arts degree?
Students wishing to apply for the Associate of Arts degree should contact the Academic Advising Department at 740-725-6334. Deadlines apply.
How do I apply for Grade Forgiveness?
Grade Forgiveness applications are due by the 4th Friday of autumn and spring semester. various deadlines apply for summer semester, contact the advisng office for more details. 740-725-6334. Students complete the application to use grade forgiveness by visiting the Registrar's Webpage and following the directions for the online application.
What is the Grade Forgiveness Policy?
Undergraduate students of any rank may be eligible to repeat up to three courses for grade forgiveness. Students must meet with their academic advisor to discuss eligibility for the policy. Some restrictions may apply. The deadline to submit the online application for grade forgiveness is the 4th Friday of autumn and spring semester. Details about Grade Forgiveness can be found here 3335-8-27.1. Electronic forms to apply for grade forgiveness can be found at the Registrar's webpage by clicking students>current>forms>gradeforgiveness