The John Glenn College of Public Affairs offers quality undergraduate programs, support and resources for your child. The small size of the Glenn College, relative to other colleges at Ohio State, provides a close-knit academic community and a level access to faculty and staff that greatly exceeds student expectations.

Career Services

The Glenn College offers career development services for all students and alumni. This includes, but is not limited to:

  • Resume Reviews
  • Mock Interviews
  • Employer Networking Events
  • Career Fairs

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The Glenn College is a direct enrollment college. Prospective freshmen and transfer students may apply to The Ohio State University directly as Public Affairs majors — existing students may declare a major at any time.

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The Glenn College actively engages its over 4,000 alumni to help provide a meaningful college experience to current students. Through mentorship programs, career conversations, and other networking opportunities, Glenn College alumni are constantly giving back while helping to develop the next generation of public sector leaders.

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Are you interested in learning about tuition, financial aid, and scholarship opportunities for your child? The links below will guide you to more information.


Ohio State has the good fortune of being located in Columbus, OH which is BOTH the state capital and the largest city in the state. Our close proximity to state and local government agencies, as well as numerous nonprofits provide students with wide-ranging opportunities for relevant internships and post-graduate employment. The role Ohio plays in national elections also helps make Columbus an ideal location for a college of public affairs and policy.

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Page Hall, 1810 College Road, Columbus, Ohio 43210

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