Creating the Extraordinary Student Experience

Promising Places to Work

One of the 15+ Most Promising Places to Work

Ohio State's Office of Student Life has been named one of the 15+ Most Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs by the Center for Higher Education Enterprise (CHEE) in partnership with Diverse: Issues in Higher Education and the American College Personnel Association (ACPA).

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Creating The Extraordinary Student Experience

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Creating The Extraordinary Student Experience


Slice of Student Life

News and information for the Student Life family of The Ohio State University, distributed every other Friday. Submit material by noon Tuesday to Dave Isaacs (.84)

Andrea Gintert receiving HR Excellence award

HR Excellence

Student Life Senior Director of Human Resources Andrea Gintert was a finalist in the Columbus CEO magazine’s 2015 HR Excellence Awards in the Large Corporation category. She was selected by a panel of past winners and local business professionals. The article, which appears in the August issue, notes the impact Andrea has had in her three years with Student Life, touting her leadership in developing consistent performance management processes and policies, strategy for recruitment and her focus on student employee training.

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The Office of Human Resources is offering a workshop dedicated to university policies and procedures related to sexual harassment. This will include what to do when harassment occurs and responsibilities of staff and supervisors. Register online for this opportunity on either July 29 or September 2. You’ll find this workshop at the bottom of the online registration page.

Buckeye Leadership Fellows


Student Life’s Buckeye Leadership Fellows program is featured in a current Alumni Association online article. The story, "Savvy solution seekers,” highlights the project that BLF students took on for the Federal Communications Commission and its chair, Ohio State alum Tom Wheeler.

You can read the article online.

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