All letters of offer will originate from the College Business Office. Please do not discuss salary or start dates with new hires prior to approval from Human Resources. The hire requests are to be sent to the HR team before the new hire can be processed. All grant funding changes require Grants Manager approval. All other funding changes require college fiscal officer approval.
eLeave system – Ohio State eLeave system
eTime system – For biweekly employees
New employees can get assistance with setting up their initial computer or request a college email account by emailing the computer group.
All students and staff are automatically assigned an Ohio State email account. If you have a personal or college email account you would rather use, it is still a good idea to activate your Ohio State email and have your Ohio State mail set up to be automatically forwarded to your personal account.
The first step to obtaining an Ohio State ID is to make an appointment with your HR manager to complete your new hire paperwork. An Ohio State ID application will be returned to your supervisor after this paperwork has been processed. Please take this application to 3040 Ohio Union, 1739 N. High Street, 292-0400 to obtain your University ID.
Your University ID offers many hidden benefits. Your ID card may be used as a debit card by opening an account and making a minimum $10 deposit. The Buck-ID card may then be used at locations around campus such as the Ohio Union, Fawcett Center, UniPrint, University Bookstores and many High Street businesses. Your ID card is also honored at the library and in the Recreational Sports facilities. Departments can also open debit accounts for departmental use at these locations. We currently have departments using their debit card to buy supplies at the University Bookstore, to take visiting high school students to lunch, and to purchase photocopies at UniPrint.
Leave Accrual – Biweekly or Monthly
New Employee Orientation
Ohio State Email and Name.# Access
Ohio State Main Web Site
Retirement Forum Schedule
OAA Policies & Procedures Handbook
Transportation & Traffic Management
New Employee Guide for Foreign/Nonresidents information and resources for foreign and nonresident new employees here in the College.
Office of International Education: information for students, staff and faculty new to the country.
Your Division Coordinator can order keys, telephones, supplies, etc and generally help you get set up to begin work. The Building Coordinator can setup a campus mailbox for you.
Pharmacy Practice and Science - Tonya Fletcher
Medicinal Chemistry & Pharmacognosy - Alice Gardner
Pharmacology - TBD
Pharmaceutics & Pharmaceutical Chemistry - TBD
Facilities Services Manager: Tami Boldman
Retirement Plan Options
Full-time staff and faculty have 120 days from their hire date to elect to participate in the Ohio Alternative Retirement Plan (ARP). You will remain in the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS) for staff, or the State Teachers Retirement System (STRS) for faculty, if you take no action. Retirement Forums are held routinely and offer an excellent opportunity to explore this option and talk with benefits consultants.
In order to work in the college, individuals must complete the enclosed safety packet if they will NOT be working in a lab. If they WILL be working in a lab, individuals must instead complete one-hour Laboratory Safety and Hazard Communications training offered by EHS at 8:30 a.m. on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 1314 Kinnear Road (call for details and to register 614-292-1284).
Employees must complete the required training within two months of employment
Safety Website for the College
Transportation & Parking
Please visit CampusParc - South Campus Gateway, 1560 N. High St., Columbus, OH 43201 to obtain your parking permit.
You will need your University Employee ID, your license plate number, and the make and model of your car. You will be requested to complete an application card for the permit once you arrive.
The Ohio State University is an extraordinary place where dedicated faculty and staff can contribute their best work every day to deliver successful outcomes. The diversity and talent each individual brings to their work at the university and Wexner Medical Center are key to teaching students, caring for patients and delivering breakthrough research.
Learn more about university Human Resources by visiting their website.