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Counseling Services

Main Campus, Main Building, Room 168, 513.569.5779


School Supplies

The Assistance League of Greater Cincinnati understand that many first year college students depend on grants and financial aid for their tuition, leaving little money for school supplies. In an effort to assist those who may be eligible, the Assistance League of Greater Cincinnati has donated Back-to-School Starter Kits. The Starter Kits for college students are filled with essential items such as a calculator, dictionary, flash drive, paper, pens, stapler and other basic school items.

In order to receive a kit a student must be in their first year, first term, or in their second year first term. Each term supplies are limited and will be given on a first –come, first -served basis, provided that the student is eligible to receive the kit.

To apply for a Starter Kit please click the link below and complete the E-form.  Once the E-form has been submitted and the student has been approved, the student must claim the starter kit within 10 days.

Back to School Starter Kit Application

Ohio Means Jobs

Ohio Means Jobs is an online career research tool that can be accessed through any Internet connection. OCIS provides the following career information relative to Ohio environment and even specific to major Ohio metropolitan areas such as Dayton, Cincinnati, Toledo, Columbus and Cleveland. OhioMeansJobs recent enhancements allow users to obtain same occupational information for other states as well and allow comparison of data.

  • Overview of Occupation
  • Common Tasks and Activities
  • Working Conditions
  • Physical Demands
  • Skills & Abilities
  • Specialized Knowledge or training
  • Wages
  • Employment Outlook
  • Reference Links

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Career Resources



Mental Health Minute

Online Resources

Ulifeline/Mental Health Screening

Community Resource Guide (Greater Cincinnati)

Career Coach

Career Exploration

Campus Lifeline

After Hours Emergency Resources

Emergency Help (24-hour police assistance): call 911

United Way Help Line: (513) 721-7900

Mental Health Mobile Crisis Unit: (513) 584-8577

Suicide/Depression Hotline: (513) 281-CARE

Rape Crisis and Abuse Center of Hamilton County (513) 584-8577

Psychiatric Emergency Services: (513) 584-8577

Family Linkline/Talbert House: (513) 946-5464

National Suicide Hotline: (800) 273-8255





Room 171 - Main Building


8:30 am - 6:30 pm: Monday, Wednesday & Thursday
8:30 am - 5 pm: Tuesday & Friday


(513) 569-5779

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