What is the Success Series?
Successful first-year students at Ohio State are those who learn how to utilize resources, resolve problems and prepare themselves to take full advantage of their time on campus. The Success Series helps you become successful through short sessions that address the common concerns and questions that first-year students have during their transition to university life.
First-year students are expected to attend a set number of sessions during autumn semester as a requirement for their survey classes. However, you are highly encouraged to attend as many Success Series sessions which interest you throughout the year.
Numerous sessions are offered every term, with more than 300 planned just for autumn semester! All sessions fall under one of six themes in order to help you choose from among a variety relevant topics and find sessions that interest you and fit into your schedule.
Apply to be a Success Series peer leader for autumn 2014!
This volunteer leadership position assists incoming students during their first year.
- Attend one training before mid-August 2014 (dates and times TBD)
- Present at one pre-convocation survey course regarding the importance of the First Year Success Series, Convocation and the Buckeye Book Community.
- Attend convocation with first-year students
- Facilitate up to three FYSS presentations (content provided) during the first three weeks of autumn classes (Times of sessions will be determined by peer leaders.)
Apply by March 3
Apply online goo.gl/Vk6EtS by 11:59 p.m. on March 3, 2014.
Contact Ryan Provost at firstname.lastname@example.org.