Whether its internships at Fortune 500 companies, hands-on experience at one of the world’s biggest research institutes, meaningful positions in state government or just the horizon-broadening effects of a vibrant cultural scene, the role Columbus plays in a student’s education is immeasurable. And, with one of the best job markets in the Midwest, Columbus isn’t just a great place to get a degree, it’s also a great place to use it.
Explore Columbus at a discount with D-Tix
D-Tix (located at the Ohio Union Info Desk) offers students discounted or free tickets to performances, sporting events and trips that take place in and around town. Browse some D-Tix venues:
Columbus is centrally located, with an international airport and easy access to national freeways (I-70 and I-71). Many other terrific U.S. cities are just a short flight or drive away. (Chart gives approximate hours.)
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Annual temperatures in central Ohio range from 20° F (-7° C) in December and January to 85° F (30° C) in June through August, and there are four distinct seasons. Check the current weather.