The Ohio State University at Lima


The Learning Center

The Phillip A. Heath Center for Teaching and Learning makes a high-quality education accessible to all students by offering a welcoming, respectful and academically supportive environment. The Center works with faculty and staff to support students in all disciplines and of all ability levels.

Writing Tutoring

Students can find assistance for specific projects and their general writing skills in a caring, supportive environment.

Hours are:

  • Monday - Thursday 9 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
  • Friday 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
  • Additional hours may be arranged by contacting Erika Schnepp at schnepp.7@osu.edu.

    Mathematics Tutoring

    Assistance is available in mathematics and statistics.

    Hours are:

  • Monday-Thursday 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
  • Friday 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
  • and are subject to change.

    Additional hours may be arranged by contacting Erika Schnepp at schnepp.7@osu.edu.

    Testing

    Placement testing is available for math, English and foreign languages (Spanish, German, French). Call 419-995-8076 or e-mail : vennekotter.7@osu.edu for more information.


    Exam Proctoring

    Proctoring of exams (e.g., make-up, special needs, early finals for graduating seniors) is performed free-of-charge for all current Ohio State students. Students attending other institutions who seek this service will be assessed a fee of $25 per hour per exam. Contact Nancy Vennekotter for further information: (419) 995-8076or vennekotter.7@osu.edu

    EM Testing

    The Credit by Examination Program allows students to progress more rapidly toward their educational goals by reducing the time and money normally required for degree completion. The EM program rewards students for their knowledge and challenges them to acquire new knowledge and greater understanding. Contact Nancy Vennekotter at 419-995-8076 or e-mail vennekotter.7@osu.edu for more information.

    Correspondence Testing and Proctoring Services

    The Heath Testing Center can proctor higher learning exams in paper-based format. Prospective candidates should contact their host institutions to verify this location as acceptable for proctoring.