Our students have access to spaces around campus that help them succeed in their studies.
In Parks Hall
Biological Sciences / Pharmacy Library
The Biological Sciences/Pharmacy Library (BPL) collection includes resources in Biochemistry, Biology, Biotechnology, Ecology, Entomology, Evolution, Medicinal Chemistry, Microbiology, Molecular Genetics, Pharmacy, Pharmaceutics, Pharmacology, Pharmacognosy, Pharmacy Administration, Organismal Biology, Plant Biology and Zoology.
Students can use this centrally located area to study, hang out with fellow students, charge their devices and attend or host college events.
The college has its own computer lab for pharmacy students located on the second floor, open during normal business hours. The lab houses 30 computers, two pay-per-sheet laser printers, and a variety of software, including statistical analysis, technical graphing and molecular modeling programs.
Ohio State is home to numerous research facilities to assist scientists in their work.
- Campus Chemical Instrument Center (CCIC)
- Center for Clinical & Translational Science
- Davis Heart and Lung Research Institute
- Department of Chemistry
- Mass Spectrometry Laboratory
With more than 1700 acres of campus to explore, you are bound to find a favorite study spot. Whether you like it crowded and loud, or secluded and quiet, there is a place for you. The University Libraries created an article that lists some of the best places to study around campus for every type of student.