Ivy Carlsen, her husband and two of her children use OhioLINK to borrow textbooks instead of buying them. The statewide library consortium has resulted in significant savings – both in time and money – for the family. Carlsen estimated that the family has borrowed more than 50 textbooks through OhioLINK.

OSC is conducting a client survey to gather feedback we will use to improve services, inform future events and provide a better experience for those who depend on our high performance computing capabilities in research. We encourage you to take this anonymous survey, which is broken down into several sections so you can participate in as much, or as little, as you want.

(OARnet) Eduroam is a secure, worldwide roaming access service that allows students, faculty and staff from participating institutions to connect to the internet anywhere through their home campus. And the benefits to those currently using it are pretty impressive. To learn more, check out our case study and video on eduroam. 

(eStudent Services) Kristen Runyon, mother of three, homeschooled her kids while also continuing her own education at Northwest State Community College. With a schedule no one would envy, Runyon can use all the help she can get. That's why she takes full advantage of eTutoring at Northwest State.



OSC provides powerful computing and storage resources to a diverse state and national research community.

OhioLINK's ETD Center publishes honors theses, theses and dissertations from students at participating Ohio colleges and universities.

OARnet provides Ohio institutions with access to Internet2 to develop new technologies and capabilities.

OARnet’s statewide network delivers solutions that reduce costs, increase productivity and improve customer service.

Staff members at 90 member-libraries easily access vital resource news, information and guidelines from OhioLINK.

OSC offers the ARMSTRONG Client Portal to help researchers across Ohio connect and collaborate.

OhioLINK helps Ohio's academic libraries access high-quality electronic resources and share millions of library items.

eStudent Services’ eTutoring program allows undergraduate students to interact with trained tutors in many academic areas.

OSC Ralph Regula School coordinates a virtual program in computational science offered across the state.