News & Announcements
Information for instructors: Pass/No Pass (PA/NP)
The deadline for students to request Pass/No Pass grading is April 17.See the guidance to instructors
Student deadline to complete Spring 2020 incomplete courses
Under revised policies due to the coronavirus pandemic in Spring 2020, students who took an Incomplete in a Spring 2020 course have 10 weeks to complete their course work. This 10-week period concludes on July 22, 2020.Grading policy changes for Spring 2020
Office of Diversity and Inclusion Hall of Fame Award
In celebration of the 50th Anniversary of The Ohio State University Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI), ODI will honor members of the Ohio State community who have contributed through exemplary and sustained leadership the ideals of diversity, equity, inclusion, and community engagement. Nominees for the Award should demonstrate outstanding achievements and contributions in the community and/or the private, non-profit, and public sector. Nominations are due Tuesday, September 8, 2020.Learn More and Nominate
Academic Plan for Summer Term
In light of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, The Ohio State University will deliver all courses through virtual modes of teaching and learning for the Summer 2020 term. The summer term will start and end one week later than originally published. Classes will start on May 13 and end on July 31. Finals will take place Aug. 3‑5, and summer commencement will be Aug. 9.
New rankings place Master’s in Nursing and Doctor of Nursing Practice degrees in nation’s top ten
New rankings from U.S. News & World Report place the College of Nursing’s Master of Science in Nursing (No. 6) and Doctor of Nursing Practice (No. 8) degree programs among the best in the nation. Four specialty tracks also earned top-10 rankings.
Scott Nelson: Helping instructors from his living room
Scott Nelson figured he’d be spending most of his time answering emails and phone calls about distance education, but he knew that wasn’t enough. As the instructional design video coordinator at the Office of Distance Education and eLearning, he knew that many Ohio State instructors were teaching online for the first time and that many others were just plain uncomfortable with it.