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The Keith B. Key Center for Student Leadership and Service at the Ohio Union is your point of connection for the full spectrum of involvement at Ohio State. You can connect with leadership and service initiatives, engage with student organizations, advance your learning, and create lasting memories.
Experiences from across campus are promoted or housed within the Center to fully meet the needs of all students at beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels. The Center offers programs, resources, and services for individuals and student groups to help you take the next step in your membership, leadership, and citizenship.
For students looking to get involved, this is a great place to start! Set up a meeting with a staff member, visit organizations who have offices in the Center, or check out a book from the Leadership Library. For students who are already involved, the Center is your home away from home. Utilize resources in the Resource Room, book a meeting space for your exec board, or catch up with friends in the Student Lounge.
Spring Semester Hours
Monday-Friday: 8 a.m.-9 p.m. | Saturday-Sunday: 11 a.m.-8 p.m.
Spring Break 2014, Resource Room: Monday-Friday closed; Saturday-Sunday 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
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What You'll Find
With over 1,000 student organizations, Ohio State provides a wide range of opportunities for students to get involved.
Sorority and Fraternity Life
The Ohio Union houses over 65 fraternal organizations all united under one purpose: to lead, to learn, and to serve.
Graphics and Multi-Media Services
The marketing staff provides student organizations with a wide range of services including graphics, photography, video, promotional items and apparel, and digital advertising.
Serve alongside fellow Buckeyes. From Pay It Forward, to Buck-I-SERV and BuckeyeThon, there are many ways to give back.
All three student governments have office space in the Center. You can connect with Undergraduate Student Government (USG), Council of Graduate Students (CGS), and the Inter-Professional Council (IPC).
Looking for some light reading on leadership? Need a quick activity for your next group meeting? Stop by the Library to check out books and supplies.
The Ohio Union offers many ways to strengthen your leadership skills. Plan a workshop with the Student Leadership Advocated or, attend the Annual Conference on Leadership and Civic Engagement.
Available to all current Ohio State students, the Resource Room is available for students to print, create posters, purchase balloons, make buttons, and more.
The Center has nine meeting rooms available to student organizations and individual students at no cost. Visit the Resource Room to book these spaces.