Students with Children: On-Campus Resources
ACCESS Collaborative Program (Columbus Campus)
an academic and social support program to assist low-income, single parent students who are pursuing a college education at The Ohio State University; Provides workshops & programming on parenting & life skills, priority registration, financial aid assistance, and more
Help with choosing a major, choosing a career, getting experience, and finding jobs and internships.
Help completing the FAFSA, searching for financial aid options to cover tuition, books, and other expenses.
Includes the Writing Center, Math Center and Testing Center. Also offers exam proctoring and EM testing.
Lima Campus Library
Access to books, online journals/articles, and a Children’s Literature Collection. Lima Campus Library also has a section of Lima Public Library books that can be checked out with a Lima Public Library card.
Lima Counseling and Consultation Services (LCCS)
Provides free and confidential counseling and psychotherapy, crisis intervention, educational programming, and referral services to any OSU Lima student.
Ohio State Lima Lactation Room
Galvin Hall, room 127. A private room for nursing mothers who want to express breast milk. For any questions or concerns, please contact Melissa Coldiron at 419-995-8436 or Mandi Garver at 419-995-8622.
Rhodes State College Dental Hygiene Clinic
Provides dental services to community adults and children of at least 4 years old, students, faculty and staff on campus.
Rhodes State College Preschool
Provides a preschool on campus for children ages 3-6. All OSU/Rhodes students and employees are eligible to send their children to the preschool.
Student Wellness Center
Provides wellness coaching, a free peer-to-peer coaching program, for OSU Lima undergraduate students. Wellness coaching aims to help students in any of the nine dimensions of wellness. Wellness coaches may offer advice, teach skills, and/or provide resources.