Questions and Answers about Ohio State University

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Ohio State University.

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As an employee do you receive tuition reductions for you and your family?

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Yes, If you work full time they pay for schooling. Its it's a limit of credit hours and you must pass. Dependent tuition reimbursement is 50%. My daughter obtained her BA degree through the program

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As a CWA worker you get 9 credit hours free for yourself and 50% paid tuition for off-springsp. You must pass course with a C+ or better, or you'll have to pay that money back immediately.

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No. as a visiting professor I did not receive many benefits

Answered - Visiting Assistant Professor (Former Employee) - Columbus, OH

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Free Schooling (except taxes)

Answered - Surgical Technologist (Current Employee) - Columbus, OH

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No, I do not. However, The Ohio State University has a work-study program, to which the Office Assistant position can be applied.

Answered - Office Assistant in Baker Hall East (Former Employee) - Columbus, OH

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Yes, OSU is very good about offering continued education opportunities for its workers and their families. It has probably changed a bit over the years but it use to be employees could attend classes a lot of times for FREE (during certain restricted hours). Personally not sure how family member discounts work.

Answered - Groundskeeper 2 (Former Employee) - Columbus, OH

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No, I do not

Answered - Technology PM (Current Employee) - Columbus, OH

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