Build your Ohio State community here.
As a first-year college student, you might be asking yourself, can I handle college coursework? Will I fit in? What’s there to do? Will I find new friends? For Ohio State students living in Mansfield’s Molyet Village Apartments, these questions are a bit easier to answer. That’s because students living in Molyet can become part of the Buckeye Living and Learning Community.
The community helps students set a clear path for academic success, make friends that will last a lifetime, and find faculty mentors, support staff, and resources.
As a member of the Buckeye Living and Learning Community, you’ll become part of a tight-knit community of students, mentors, faculty and staff. You’ll have access to learning resources and educational and social activities designed to help you succeed academically — and have fun. It’s a community that, in many ways, serves as your own academic family: Every member has your back.
We’re here to help you succeed.
Open and free to all first-year students living in Molyet, the Buckeye Living and Learning Community features:
You’ll have dedicated time with an academic success coordinator and an academic advisor at least two times a semester.
You’ll regularly visit the Conard Learning Center, including bi-weekly during spring semester.
You’ll have access to tutoring, group study and other help, with an emphasis on the essentials of mathematics, statistics and writing.
A tight-knit community.
You’ll experience program-facilitated activities — everything from movie nights to educational field trips to welcome dinners with faculty.
Enrollment is limited, so apply early.
All first-year students living in or planning to live in Molyet Village Apartments should apply as soon as possible.
For more information on the Buckeye Living and Learning Community, contact Adrienne Hopson at email@example.com. Your success awaits — so don’t wait, apply today.