Please note all information on this page is for our on campus program. If you are looking for information for completing the Health Sciences program online, please visit our Online Program page.

High School Students

High School Students

A comprehensive academic visit for high school students and their families can include receiving information about the undergraduate and graduate programs, student financial aid, honors and scholars and campus involvement opportunities. High school students and families should schedule a University overview session to learn about the many academic and co-curricular opportunities at Ohio State. 

While you planning your University visit, you may have the opportunity to attend an academic overview as well. To find out if you have such an option, visit

If an academic session is not available on the day of your selected University visit, please call 614-292-1706 to arrange an appointment with a Health and Rehabilitation Sciences advisor on the same day as your University visit. To guarantee an appointment, please call at least a week ahead of your University visit.

Students who will have Post Secondary Credit or Transfer Credit from other colleges can learn more about this type of credit from this website.

Baccalaureate Degree Holders

Baccalaureate Students

Students who have a conferred baccalaureate degree at the time of admission are required to complete all GE requirements (or acceptable equivalents) in addition to prerequisite courses and program requirements. Most courses are transferrable.

Transfer Students

Transfer Students

Transfer students should contact the OSU Office of Professional Admissions at 614-292-9444 for an evaluation of transfer credits and advice about scheduling acceptable prerequisite courses at other institutions.   
Students must request an official transcript to be sent to Professional Admissions at:   
The Ohio State University
Professional Admissions
P.O. Box 182003
Columbus, Ohio 43218-2003

International Students

International Students

Please contact the OSU Office of Professional Admissions for information on additional requirements at: 

Professional Admissions Office
The Ohio State University 
Student Academic Services Building 
1st Floor 
281 West Lane Avenue  
Columbus, Ohio 43210-1132
Phone: (614) 292-9444

Students are admitted provisionally, with the understanding that a satisfactory health evaluation must be on file in the Student Health Services Office prior to starting junior level courses in the Health Sciences Program. 

Please review the document on Required Health Sciences Program Immunizations for details on the specific immunizations required for the Health Sciences Program. Submit all documentation of immunizations to Student Health Services.

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