Campus Change Students

Ohio State CampusesNot all Buckeyes start on the Columbus Campus. Many find starting at one of the regional campuses a better choice for their personal and professional goals. Transfer students are an important addition to the Department of Animal Sciences community. They bring a diversity of experience and knowledge to the classroom and extracurricular activities, along with the intellectual passion to graduate and succeed. When Campus Change students are ready to make the transition, the Department of Animal Sciences provides a supportive environment of faculty, students, staff, and resources. Through our hands-on curriculum, co-curricular teams,leadership and research opportunities, our animal science students are prepared to make an impact in the world. 

Resources for getting started:

I'm From ATI

  • Meet with Molly Zacour at least two semesters prior to the semester you plan to transfer
  • Request an intra-university transfer

    • You must be at ATI for at least 1 year

    • You must have completed at least 30 semester hours

    • You must have at least a 2.00 GPA

  • ATI Checklist

I'm From a Regional Campus

  • Meet with Paul Heimberger at least a semester before you plan to transfer (he visits each of the regional campuses each semester)
    • You must have been at a regional campus for at least 1 year

    • You must have completed at least 30 semester hours

    • You must have at least a 2.00 GPA

  • Regional Campus Checklist

Additional University Campus Change Resources

Paige McAtee ATI Transition Student

 

"The transition to Columbus was definitely a change, but I wouldn’t say that it was difficult! Taking full advantage of campus transition days definitely helped me feel more welcome. A lot of ATI students transition to Columbus also, so it was really nice to see familiar faces as soon as I got to Columbus!"

Paige McAtee. Autumn 2017 graduation. ATI Transition Student. Major: Animal Sciences. Minor: Meat Science. After graduation: Graduate school, studying meat science, Department of Animal Sciences, Ohio State.