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Degree: Management
Graduation Year: 2007

Ohio State was an incredible college experience. You literally have everything at your fingertips as a student. Your opportunities are endless at Ohio State and there is so much diversity everyone will find something that's for them!

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Degree: Human Resources Management and Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2007

Ohio State was an incredible college experience. You literally have everything at your fingertips as a student. Your opportunities are endless at Ohio State and there is so much diversity everyone will find something that's for them!

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Degree: Welding Engineering Technology/Technician
Graduation Year: 2006

My college experience was amazing. I enjoyed the benefits that a large university has to offer, but my major was pretty small, so I still felt like I fit in and could find help.

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Degree: Materials Sciences, Other
Graduation Year: 2011

College was an excellent way to get hands on experience in a vast array of topics and research that would otherwise be difficult to find.

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Degree: Communications
Graduation Year: 2008

I loved my college - socially and academically - I came from a smaller town and haven't left Columbus (been here for over 10 years now). I feel I received an amazing education, I excelled and have found my own personal potential.

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Degree: Public Health
Graduation Year: 2014

The first couple of years here were tough because I did not have a major yet and the class sizes were too big. I never connected with my professors. It was not until I chose my major that I started feeling a connection to the college and to my professors.

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Degree: Political Science
Graduation Year: 2011

Graduating from The Ohio State University is a point of honor and pride for me. I made connections academically, professionally, and socially. The academic programs available are some of the best in the world, well worth the money. Plus the sports are top notch.

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Degree: Actuarial Science
Graduation Year: 2001

Great overall experience, Columbus is a city someone can easily leave in, campus is massive, all rounded student life, lot's of extracurricular opportunities, high academic standards, large international students community, lot's of recruitment opportunities.

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Degree: College Student Counseling and Personnel Services
Graduation Year: 1984

I had a terrific experience at Ohio State. The Student Personnel program is top-notch. The professors are some of the best in the country, and therefore they attract some of the best students in the country as well. Great people, stimulating classes, beautiful campus, all in a terrific city. You couldn't ask for a better educational opportunity, both in the classroom and out.

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Degree: Marketing, Other
Graduation Year: 1988

Deciding which university to attend was not an easy choice. I wanted to become an engineer, so I was looking for schools that offered a comprehensive program. That’s when The Ohio State University shone over the other ones I considered, plus I had family living in Cincinnati, making the move away from home (Puerto Rico) an easier one. As it happens, I did not finish engineering, but was able to transfer most of my credits and finished a degree in marketing and international business. Thanks to the diversity of courses offered and OSU I was able to make this switch without wasting time. The Ohio State University has something for everyone. If you want to just go to college, you can do that at Ohio State. If you want to do sports and get a degree, you can do that at Ohio State. If you want to meet new people, people from different parts of the world, at Ohio State you can do that. OSU offers the best teachers, programs, and facilities for whatever a student can be interested in. Some people say that being such a big campus with so many students it is difficult to navigate through the system. I would say otherwise, it is the size that gives it its flexibility and diversity. There groups, associations, clubs, extracurricular activities, anything you can think of is available at OSU. My years at OSU were great and I would not change anything about them. My first year I stayed at the dorms (Halloran House) and it was a great way to start my college life. I was able to make friends, get to know other freshmen, get to know my way around, I was able to learn the ropes of college life. Even though I was not a sports fan I developed into a hardcore BUCKEYE. Something to be very proud of. The counselors at the College of Engineering were always contacting me making sure I kept the right path in order to finish my degree. The Office of Minority Affairs also did the same thing, looking for ways to make me do well and finding out about scholarship and financial aid opportunities. Once I switched majors the follow up continued and I was able to graduate ‘on time’. After graduation I came back to Puerto Rico and a few years later got involved in establishing the OSU Alumni Association. We always received the help of the Alumni Association and were able to get the group going for a few years. As of this day, I am the main point of contact for the Buckeyes in Puerto Rico.

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