The Academic Success Center and the Library have teamed up to offer services at both locations on campus. Please see the information below to find out what will be available to students this fall in each location along with times of availability.
The Academic Success Center (ASC) offers tutoring services (at no additional cost to tuition) to assist OSU student learning. The Center is open Monday-Thursday 9 am-5 pm and Friday 9 am- 4pm in Morrill Hall 216 and Monday-Thursday 5 pm- 8pm in the Library located at the Library Classroom Building on the second floor. The Center consists of three parts: Math Lab, STEM Center, and Writing Center, that each provide professional tutoring help on a drop-in and appointment basis. Additionally, if you would like to submit a request for peer tutoring in any discipline, please submit an online application for a tutor here. For the most up-to-date information regarding all aspects of the center please visit our website (https://u.osu.edu/marionasc/,), or email AcademicSuccess@osu.edu. Please remember that the Ohio Public Health situation is very fluid and constantly changing, thus your flexibility is much appreciated and will help us to provide you with the most assistance!
The Math Lab (Morrill Hall 216/222) provides professional math help with Mary Ellen Tobin and student tutors for all courses through Math 1172 and 1000-level Statistics courses. She plans to offer both virtual appointments and in-person walk-in hours following OSU’s most up-to-date COVID-19 safety guidelines. Please visit the Math Lab website (https://u.osu.edu/mathlab/) for further information and current details.
The campus Writing Center offers help with writing at any stage of the writing process for any member of the OSU-Marion. During our sessions, we can work with you on any kind of writing, from papers/reports for classes to application materials to workplace documents. The Writing Center team plans to host in-person and Zoom drop-in hours as well as in-person and Zoom appointments this semester. Please visit the Writing Center website (https://u.osu.edu/marionwc/) for further details and information.
The STEM Center (in the Library located at the Library Classroom Building on the second floor) offers assistance with courses in science and engineering. Dr. Tiffiny Rye-McCurdy and student tutors plan to help students with chemistry and biology concepts during both virtual appointments and in-person walk-in hours. The center also aims to continue offering peer tutoring by appointment for geography, physics, and engineering courses. Please visit the STEM Center website (https://u.osu.edu/stemcenter/for further details and information.
Spring Semester Hours
January 10, 2022- May 8, 2022
Monday-Thursday: 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: Closed
The library will be closed January 17th for holiday.
Effective immediately, students, faculty, staff and visitors are required to wear masks in the library, regardless of their vaccination status.
Photo: Book Drop Located near Student Lot #3 behind Library Classroom Building.
The Marion Campus Library supports the learning, research and service activities of students, faculty and staff at The Ohio State University and Marion Technical College. Through collaborative efforts with The Ohio State University Libraries, the OhioLINK consortium and campus departments, we provide a variety of print and electronic materials and instruct users in finding and using the various resources. In addition, we offer enhanced learning experiences through exhibits, displays and other library programming.
I invite you to explore our library website further and to stop by the library soon. We look forward to serving you!
Text in photo: Laptop Bar. Charge your devices using the new USB ports and outlets on the second floor of the library.
The Library requires a campus-issued photo ID to check out materials. If you are a OSU student, faculty, or staff member, your BUCKID can be used to pay for printing and follow me printing in the library.
Please be sure to have it with you or have one taken.
You must also have a library record in our system to request and/or check out materials. Contact the library if you cannot access resources by using your student/faculty/staff ID number.
Text in Photo. Load your BUCKID with funds online. $10 on a BuckID =250 Black and White Prints (or 55 color)
.04 per page Black and White Prints
.18 per page Color
The library can reuse your bubble envelopes.
Instead of throwing bubble envelopes away, you can place them in our library book drop located outside of the Library Classroom Building.
We reuse bubble envelopes to send books safely across the state to other Ohiolink libraries.
We appreciate your help.