Spring is here!!!!
Springtime has finally arrived and it is a busy time of year for student-athletes.
Spring quarter is full of opportunities to share an experience with your fellow student athletes.
From watching your fellow Buckeyes display their talents (or even sharing your own), to walking/running for a good cause, there is no shortage of events to check out. So read through the newsletter and see what catches your eye. Get involved and remember to support your fellow student-athletes.
New Look to Scheduling
If you go to check out what classes are available this Summer and Autumn, you may have noticed that it looks a little different than when you scheduled for your Spring classes. This is because the University has switched its Student Information System, which means for you that there is a new look and new names for the same old scheduling process. The old “Master Schedule” is now called the “Schedule of Classes” and what was once called your “Registration Window” is now called an “Enrollment Appointment”. You should be getting emails with more specific instructions from the University Registrar, so keep checking your email this month for updates and instructions! Priority Registration Windows open on April 27th and 28th.
More resources on the Web!
Trying to get an academic projection sheet to plan out next year? Want a little extra help in your chemistry class? Trying to find your academic counselor’s email address? You can find all of the answers to these questions and more at the SASSO website! The site is constantly being evaluated and updated by SASSO staff to make this website as practical and user friendly as possible. So go to ohiostatebuckeyes.com/sasso when you need to request or cancel a tutor, find important dates, and learn about the important happenings at SASSO.
Ali Ristas Selected to Attend National Leadership Conference
Ali Ristas, a sophomore on the Field Hockey team from Columbus, has been selected to attend this year’s NCAA National Student-Athlete Development Conference in Orlando, Florida. Ali will be one of 700 studentathletes spanning all NCAA divisions. Ali says, “I am really excited to get a chance to meet with other athletes from different schools and get to know a little big more about what their programs are like. I think it will be interesting to see the different events that these schools put on as well as their ideas to make their schools a little better.” The NCAA Development conference provides NCAA student-athletes with a forum to openly discuss issues that may affect them on their campuses and in their communities, while also providing them with the opportunity to enhance their leadership, communication, decision-making and problem-solving skills. The three day conference also promotes better communication among student-athletes, coaches, administrators, faculty and communities. “I think it is a great opportunity and I would never pass it up. I was surprised and excited when I was nominated and then chosen so I just want to represent Ohio State well and look at it as a great experience.”