Fridays in Austin - The Business of Food & Beverage

Williams Sonoma will present on global retail; GloryBee Foods will discuss a second-generation honey business. Vendors include Burgerville, Pacific Foods, Odwalla / Suja and New Morning Bakery, and there is much more!

Working in Global Retail: Williams Sonoma Presentation with Ron Young will delve into his experience working in the global retail space. RSVP.
10 am  | Austin 270

Wine 101: Tips & Tricks in Wine Etiquette Seniors strongly encouraged to attend. Discover the tips and tricks of wine etiquette with E&J Gallo's Caitlin Fetzer and Frank Marcus. RSVP.
11 am  | Austin 126

Creating Career Paths: From CPA to CEO Toby Luther, College of Business Alum and CEO or Lone Rock Resources discusses his career path from college to CPA to CEO. The COB Advising Office will also present opportunities for students to expand their academics to fulfill their desired career paths. RSVP.
1 pm  | Austin 274


Get Going Info + Session

Business students who have started pro-school can apply now to study with the Arthur Stonehill International Business Exchange for Fall 2018. Our partner schools are located in amazing locations across Europe, Asia and Australia. Completed applications are due by mid-January. See Connie in the Advising Office or the application details online.
Info Session  | Nov. 17  |  12 pm  |  Austin 100  RSVP.



Oscar-winning Artist Harley Jessup

Oscar winning visual effects designer and alumnus Harley Jessup (BFA Graphic Design, 1976) will give a one-hour presentation with Q&A about Pixar's newest film, Coco. Jessup joined Pixar Animation Studios in 1996; his works include Monsters, Inc., Ratatouille, Cars2 and The Good Dinosaur. Find more information and the registration link here. (This event does not count towards requirements for FYE and SYE.)
Wed., Nov. 15  |  2 pm  |  Pharmacy 305




16xOSU Supports Haitian Job Growth

Read the Daily Barometer's coverage of our business students in the 16xOSU social entrepreneurship club supporting "Empower Haiti Together." The students have a business startup model, and a plan to road trip by food truck to Miami, selling Haitian-inspired cuisine along the way.



Advising Important Dates

- Phase 2 of registration begins: Thurs., Nov. 30
- Application opens for business students to apply to pro-school during the winter application period: Fri., Dec. 15, and closes on Sun., Jan. 21.



International Education Week

OSU has a week of events planned for the global celebration of International Education Week November 13 through 17, beginning with a flag ceremony tonight at the MU! See all our events here.
Other highlights include:

  • International Documentary and Panel Discussion “Cyclovida”  on Nov. 14
  • U.S. Student Fulbright Information Meeting

Global Opportunities Faculty-led Program Expo on Nov. 16



Registration PINs for Winter Term

●  Transfer student who came to OSU fall term: Use the COB common PIN, 262746 to register for winter term classes
●  First-year students must make an advising appointment to receive your new PIN to register for winter term classes.
●  Continuing College of Business students: your PIN is 262746.  This is the COB common PIN.
●  VA Benefit students: You should have received your PIN via email. If you did not, please contact the advising office.
●  Are you pursuing a second degree in a different college?  You may need a new PIN.  Contact that college for your PIN.




Early Access to a Pro-School Core Class?

Are you ready to apply to pro-school during the upcoming application period?  If so, you may be eligible for early access to a pro-school core class. Eligibility requirements are here. If you meet those requirements come to advising on the first day of phase 2 of registration which is Thurs., Nov. 30 and meet with an advisor.



Currently in Handshake!

Login to Handshake, the career portal at OSU to:

  • Chat with employers who are visiting campus
  • Learn about Internship & Volunteer Opportunities
  • Apply for Jobs


OSU Social Justice Retreats

Are you interested in advancing social justice education on our campus through immersion retreat experiences? Currently, OSU facilitates four social justice retreats: Racial Aikido |  Multiracial Aikido  |  Examining White Identity in a Multicultural World  |  International Student Social Justice
These weekend-long retreats promote campus dialogues about race and racism and explore the concept of how race influences our lived experiences and interactions. Apply by Dec. 1. Please direct your questions to


TRIAD Service Scholarship

Applications are now being accepted for the TRIAD Service Scholarship. Primary consideration will be given to undergraduates who are juniors or seniors during the 2017-2018 academic year. Evaluation will be based on undergraduate academic record (cumulative GPA, progress toward degree) and on service activities with OSU organizations (academic, social, or student) or organizations in the local community and beyond. Download the application and apply by Dec. 1.