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Please note that most locations charge for printing - this will go directly to your OSU student account and must be paid each term.For more locations and information, please visit Beaver Print.
For example: a BR hold means you have outstanding payments that you need to pay before you can register.
You can see holds on your account by visiting: OSU Online Services.
Note: All INTO OSU students will have a NR Registration Auto Applied hold - this is normal and it just means that you register for the next term, you need to meet an advisor.
Level: Levels change requests will only be considered within the first two day of classes. Please speak to your instructor about this.
You can visit them at University Plaza, Room #130.
Documents can also be mailed directly to the Admissions office:
They are only considered official if the school stamped them with an official seal, sealed them in an envelope and stamped the envelope with the official seal.
We need to receive the envelope sealed or else it is considered "unofficial". Unofficial transcripts can be photocopied and emailed to us.
If you live On-Campus: Visit your Service Center for information on how to provide this.
If you live Off-Campus: A copy of your lease with your name and address stated on it is sufficient, or a letter from any official company, or government office. Examples: a utility bill, a bank statement, or a letter from a government agency.
When you fill out your application for the apartment / house, it will usually ask you to list the contact information of all your prior residences.
If you live On-Campus: Visit University Housing and Dining Services Central office and inform them you need to get a rental reference for your time living on-campus.
If you have previously lived off-campus: It is good to let your previous apartment / house managers know that they will be contacted soon to give a reference check for you. Provide them with the details of the new apartment / house you are looking to rent.
If you live On-Campus: Visit your MyUHDS profile. It will display what address you should use, as well as your mailbox number.
If you live Off-Campus: Your mailing address is your residence address, unless your apartment / house managers have told you otherwise.
You may have a "PO box" address to receive mail. This is a "Post Office" box and it might be located at a different location in your apartment complex or even at the main post office. Again, check with your manager to see if this is the case.