Should you need support during your time at Ohio State, there are a number of resources dedicated to helping you with any issues that may arise. Please note that utilizing Student Advocacy, ODS, or CCS will not be reported to the VA.
Suicide Prevention - The Veterans Crisis Line is a toll-free, confidential resource that connects Veterans in crisis and their families and friends with qualified, caring VA responders.
Counseling and Consultation Services (CCS)- Counselors at CCS are available to enrolled students at Ohio State and can help with trauma, stress, life transitions, and other personal matters.
Sexual Civility and Empowerment- Sexual Civility and Empowerment (SCE) is dedicated to inspiring students to intervene, heal, and interrupt patterns of personal behavior. We promote openness, respect, and civility among all members of the university community. Through comprehensive prevention initiatives and support for victim/survivors, we work to shift university culture and reduce all forms of sexual violence.
Chalmers P. Wylie VA Ambulatory Care Center - The Chalmers P. Wylie VA Ambulatory Care Center has been improving the health of the men and women who have so proudly served our nation. From surgery to diagnostics, fitness to rehabilitation, depend on Chalmers for care.
The Columbus Vet Center is located just south of OSU's campus and serves not only veterans, but their families and loved ones.
The Office for Disability Services (ODS) at the Ohio State University offers a variety of individualized accommodations and support services
Student Advocacy Center - The Student Advocacy Center's mission is to assist students in resolving problems that they encounter at Ohio State, navigating OSU's policies and procedures, and in cutting through university bureaucracy.
Vets 4 Vets - An organization created by and for veteran students to establish a social community for veterans on campus. You can follow them on Facebook at facebook.com/OSUVets4Vets