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3 out of 5
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Degree: Sociology
Graduation Year: 2012

If you must borrow money to get an education, make sure that degree will result in a job after graduation. Also, make sure that job will result in getting a decent salary. If you feel as if you have to major in a Bachelor of Arts type program, do not borrow money. You will not make any money when you first graduate to be able to pay back the loan. No college, OSU or any other will tell you this piece of advice. If you do not have the wherewithal or financial backing to go for your Master's degree after getting a bachelor of Arts degree, do not get a bachelor of Arts degree. It will be a waste of time and money.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Human Development and Family Studies, General
Graduation Year: 2016

Ohio State and the Columbus campus are filled with diversity, challenges, and a strong sense of community. Professors are very generous with their time and willingness to help students with issues both concerning their classes and outside. Human Development and Family Science is a broad degree that allowed me to keep my options open while pursuing and considering all possible future career paths. I highly recommend this University and it will always be a place I hold close to my heart.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Biology
Graduation Year: 2014

The Ohio State University is an institution that has provided me the tools to excel in any step I decide to take in life. Whether I join the workforce or further my education, I have attained skills that allow me to be independent, a leader and an innovator. As students, we are able to build relationships with advisors and professors; post graduation, they have always been available for mentorship. As a transfer student of this university, the Student Life department has assisted in connecting me with various organizations, both professional and recreational. This institution, deeply rooted in history, allows students to create memories that will last a lifetime. As an alumni of Ohio State University, I can attest to the Buckeye pride every student feels walking into a lecture hall, a sporting event, and eventually graduation.

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3 out of 5
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Degree: English Language and Literature/Letters, Other
Graduation Year: 2014

My fours years at The Ohio State University were arguably the best four years of my life. The campus, city, students, and staff all had the most school spirit and love for the school itself. Many of the core/general education classes were taught in big lecture halls with smaller "lab" classes at least once a week to get a more in depth explanation of what you a learning and a knowledgable Teaching Assistant that could work with you one-on-one to answer any questions. The English department specifically had extremely knowledgable and passionate teachers who mastered their specific content area and had a lot to offer to the students who were interested. The English department, however, did not specifically prepare you for any one job or content area, it was up to the student to find their path and navigate their own way to networking and job opportunities.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Biology
Graduation Year: 2017

The opportunities are endless at The Ohio State University. From the diversity of students clubs to the unique classes, making Ohio State home is not hard, as long as you are willing to put in the effort! The university puts your education in your hands and expects you to take advantage of what they have to offer! The opportunities are there, as long as you are willing to work for them! I would not change my time at the university for anything. Becoming a buckeye is a way of life and with it, the experience and knowledge you gain here are irreplaceable!

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Degree: Animal Science
Graduation Year: 2016

I started as a pre-vet student, moved more towards research, then ultimately did a 180 and decided to go into education. That has nothing to do with the quality of my education, however. In fact, it gives me a bit of an outsider view, having spent much of my final year reflecting on OSU's animal science program. It really is one of the most rigorous and rewarding programs on campus. I feel that it was about as safe as any other large school, and the only real hit it takes is diversity. To be fair, I took most of my classes on west campus, which is probably a fair bit less diverse than the rest of OSU. Overall I would highly recommend OSU to anyone interested in pursuing work with companion or livestock animals. Just make sure to expose yourself to main campus.

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Degree: Real Estate
Graduation Year: 2020

Ohio State is a school for students who wish to be challenged and have their ideas expanded. The professors are very knowledgeable about their topics and have passion for teaching students. The campus is large however can easily be made small by getting involved in clubs and extra activities with peers. Living on campus is very convenient as students are presented with everything they need: lots of food, grocery and retail stores, multiple gyms, friendly staff, and an endless amount of connections. Overall if you study smartly and get involved you'll have a great time here at The Ohio State University.

4 out of 5
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Degree: English
Graduation Year: 2017

I am graduating from The Ohio State University this May of 2017. During my time at OSU, I have been exposed to thousands of student organizations and came in contact with many great campus leaders. Ohio State makes it easy for a student to get involved and get their voice heard. The only thing that I could say I really didn't like about Ohio State was the safety on and around campus. I never felt safe walking from class to my apartment at night, or walking anywhere after dark. This is something that I feel like they have the resources to improve, but also is a downfall of being in a big city - they're just inherently more dangerous. Overall, Ohio State had great professors who really seemed to be knowledgeable in their area, and gave students a lot of opportunities to exceed.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Respiratory Therapy
Graduation Year: 2017

The Respiratory Therapy Program at Ohio State University prepares individuals for a career in respiratory care clinically, professionally, and personally. The directors hold our personal skills with patients and other professionals to as high of a standard as our clinical skills. Our access to The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and affiliated institutions allows us to have resources from a variety of backgrounds that give us a well-rounded education as well as clinical experiences. For these reasons, I have decided to stay at Ohio State to pursue my Masters and a career as a Family Nurse Practitioner.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Animal Science
Graduation Year: 2014

They offer an excellent curriculum if you are considering applying to vet school. I can not recommend their undergraduate courses in organic chemistry though. I would take these courses somewhere else and transfer the credits.Several community colleges have agreements with Ohio State to accept transfer credits. Worth investigating if interested in saving money

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