On Campus Staff Development Resources
Given the size and breadth of The Ohio State University, learning and development resources can be found in many places. The most comprehensive site to find learning and development opportunities can be found in the university's learning management system, BuckeyeLearn.
Need help using BuckeyeLearn? See the quick reference guides.
The items below also serve as a catalog of the internal and external resources which are available to Student Life employees.
The Association of Staff and Faculty Women is a dynamic, campus organization committed to supporting the professional development of all staff and faculty women at The Ohio State University through networking and unique learning programs.
The Ohio State Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is an important element of the Your Plan for Health’s (YP4H) preventive approach to providing benefits-eligible faculty, staff, and their families with tools and resources that empower them to pursue a life of health and wellness. The EAP provides complimentary and accessible counseling, consultation, and human relations training by licensed and experienced health professionals.
Fisher College of Business Executive Education at Ohio State University partners with leading companies across the world. Our global partnerships have enabled us to develop cutting-edge learning experiences for all business professionals, from managers to the executive board room. A variety of development opportunities are available, from degree programs to non-degree training programs tailored to working professionals.
The Leadership Center provides research-based resources and high quality practical programs to build and strengthen leadership capacities that make a positive difference in the lives of Ohio's citizens. It is led by a group of professionals dedicated to providing leadership-centered education and research to individuals, organizations and communities.
The Management Advancement for the Public Service (MAPS) Program offers training seminars that build management and leadership skills for top executives, mid-level managers, first-line supervisors, and administrative support staff. Skill-building sessions are available for employees at all levels.
At Ohio State, distance education and eLearning are critical components in our mission to lead this university into the future. The Resource Center in the Office of Distance Education and eLearning (ODEE) provides the campus community with training and development opportunities on software applications, Carmen, digital media tools, online learning and many other technological resources available for use in our classrooms and living spaces.
Financial Training and Documentation provides interested university employees with relevant training about the university's financial policies, procedures, and systems. With the assistance of area experts from across campus, instructor-led workshops and online training courses are offered free of charge as a service to the campus community.
The Office of Human Resources Gateway to Learning offers employees a catalog of development opportunities and university resources to help you thrive as an employee. Select a method of learning, and begin exploring!
Staff Career and Manager Development Grants (up to $1000 each) are awarded throughout the year to assist eligible Ohio State staff members with education and training costs associated with the pursuit of professional development and career goals. Grants may be awarded for expenses such as registration fees, tuition fees, textbooks, child care expenses, job search/outplacement expenses, and transportation.
The Women’s Place serves as a catalyst for institutional change to expand opportunities for women’s growth, leadership, and power in an inclusive, supportive, and safe university environment consistent with the goals of the Academic and Diversity Plans.
The Ohio State University Health Plan offers workshops on all aspects of wellness including physical health, nutrition and stress management.