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Ohio is the 7th most populated state in America and the tenth most densely populated state. The states moniker is known to many as The Buckeye State for the buckeye trees found in the state. Given the states populate base, it stands to reason the number of accredited colleges and universities would be robust. With well over 300 universities and colleges, the state of Ohio has some highly acclaimed public and private colleges. Top ranked public colleges in Ohio start with Ohio State University, the University of Ohio, Kent State, the University of Cincinnati, Ohio University, Bowling Green University, Miami University, Youngstown State University, Wright State University, University of Akron, and the University of Toledo.

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Ohio State University is the largest single campus university in the US. It is located in Columbus, Ohio and is a public research university.

History

Ohio State University was established as a land-grant university in 1870. At that time it was eligible for a grant in accordance with the 1862 Morrill Act and was named Ohio Agriculture and Mechanical College. It was built in a farming community north of the City of Columbus. The university welcomed twenty-four students when it opened its doors.

Governor Rutherford B. Hayes saw that the college had potential to become an institute of higher learning. With that in mind, he influenced the original board of directors and the college's location in that direction. The name of the school was changed to The Ohio State University in 1878.

Ohio State University accepted its first graduate students in 1880. The following year, Moritz College of Law was established. Eventually, the school included colleges of commerce and journalism as well as dentistry and medicine.

The school's development slowed during the 1870s because of hostility from Ohio's agricultural interests as well as competition from Ohio and Miami universities. These problems were finally resolved and Ohio State became Ohio's leading university in 1906. It became a member of the Association of American Universities in 1916.

Main Campus Academics

The Ohio State University is the leading research and teaching institution in Ohio and the US. It ranks second in industry sponsored research and seventh among public universities in research expenditures.

Renowned colleges include:

  • Moritz College of Law
  • Fisher College of Business
  • Glenn School of Public Affairs
  • College of Medicine and Public Health

Majors include:

  • Business Marketing
  • Engineering
  • Social Sciences

The Ohio State University is accredited by the Higher Learning Association of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.

Student Life

More than 50,000 students attend Ohio State University's main campus, which creates a vibrant and diverse life on campus. Students from a number of cultures and all walks of life are in attendance. Because the campus is so close to Columbus' downtown, students have ample opportunities in employment, enrichment and entertainment.

Ohio State has over 60 active fraternities and sororities. Fraternities include:

  • Beta Theta Pi
  • Chi Phi
  • Lambda Chi Alpha
  • Omega Psi Phi
  • Kappa Sigma

Sororities include:

  • Chi Omega
  • Alpha Sigma Upsilon
  • Kappa Delta
  • Delta Zelta

A longstanding tradition at Ohio State is the Ohio State University Marching Band-the largest percussion and all brass band in the world.

Ohio State University has several media outlets and managed publications, including its official yearbook, The Makio. Since 1881, the school has published a daily newspaper-The Lantern.

Athletics

The intercollegiate teams of Ohio State University are the Buckeyes. The university's colors are Grey and Scarlett.

Men's Sports

  • Basketball
  • Baseball
  • Football
  • Swimming and Diving
  • Golf
  • Gymnastics
  • Pistol and Rifle
  • Lacrosse
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling
  • Equestrian
  • Ice Hockey
  • Soccer
  • Tennis
  • Fencing
  • Track and Field

Women's Sports

  • Basketball
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Fencing
  • Golf
  • Gymnastics
  • Ice Hockey
  • Swimming and Diving
  • Synchronized Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Track and Field
  • Volleyball

Over the years some outstanding athletes have graduated from Ohio State. They include:

  • Jack Nicklaus - golf
  • Jesse Owens - 1936 Olympic gold medalist in track and field
  • Chic Harley - football
  • Jessica Davenport - basketball
  • Katie Smith - basketball

Seven Heisman Awards have been presented to Ohio State athletes including:

  • Eddie George - 1995
  • Archie Gunn - 1974 and 1975
  • Tony Smith - 2006

Hall of Fame Ohio State coaches include:

  • Fred Taylor - basketball
  • Woody Hayes - football
  • Paul Brown - football
  • Mike Peppe - swimming and diving
  • Larry Snider - track and field

Local Community

There are several points of interest on the main campus of Ohio State University.

  • Orton Geological Library
  • Ohio Stadium
  • The Oval
  • Mirror Lake

Off campus there is much to see and do.

Stone Laboratory

Stone Laboratory was created in a Sandusky fish hatchery by Professor David S. Kellicott. The first students attended in 1900. The Laboratory is now located on Gibraltar Island at Put-in-Bay. The deed was given to Ohio State in 1925 by the descendents of Jay Cooke and the facility was named for his father, Franz Theodore Stone, who was an astronomical researcher and mathematician. The first students were welcomed to Stone Laboratory in 1929.

Thurber House

Thurber House was the home of New Yorker cartoonist, James Thurber, and is now a living museum dedicated to his life. The house is furnished as it was during the time that James Thurber lived there with his family between 1913 and 1917. Be sure to visit the Centennial Reading Garden and Thurber Center. The Center is next door to Thurber House and the Reading Garden is set between the two.

Short North

Just a few minutes from Ohio State University campus, is Short North, an urban neighborhood that offers a wide variety of activities that include art galleries, shopping and great restaurants. It is Columbus Ohio's most active playground. Be sure to take in a hockey game at Nationwide Arena or an event at Greater Columbus Convention Center.

German Village

German Village was established in 1841. Each year it celebrates German Village Octoberfest. Shop till you drop or visit a bar or coffee house. Enjoy bratwurst and jumbo cream puffs at Schmidt's Sausage Haus Restaurant. If you enjoy reading, be sure to visit The Book Loft, which was originally a pre-civil war general store and now is a thirty-two room book and music store.

Arena District

If you like to party and are looking for night life, visit the Arena District. Located close to Ohio State's main campus, it is Columbus' night life hotspot.

Columbus Zoo and Aquarium

If you love land and marine animals, you will love Columbus Zoo and Aquarium. See manatees, sharks, jellyfish, reptiles of all types, wolves, bald eagles. Omnivores, Herbivores and Carnivores from around the world can be seen here.

Whatever your tastes, there is something for you to enjoy in and around Columbus, home to Ohio State University.

Enrollment

61,170

Student to Faculty Ratio

19:1

Miami University - Oxford is a public institution located in Oxford, Ohio and provides a large number of degree programs for students. Miami University - Oxford has a yearly student enrollment of approximately seventeen thousand. Students can pick from a few areas of study, including:

  • Business And Marketing Studies
  • Psychology
  • Biological And Biomedical Sciences
  • Social Sciences
The admissions process will begin with the submission of an application, transcripts, records, and test scores, which are then reviewed by admissions staff. Students may provide either the ACT or SAT scores to be considered for admissions at Miami of Ohio. A score between 1090 to 1280 on the SAT, or 24 to 29 for the ACT is usually submitted among accepted students. Miami of Ohio accepts about 70% of students applying. Of those accepted, nearly 26% enrolled. More information on admissions can be found here. The tuition at this school varies based on the state of residence of the student. In-state residents pay close to $14,000 per year and out-of-state residents are charged $31,000 annually. Housing is available for students, and generally costs about $5,600 for the year. Some students at Miami University - Oxford may be eligible for financial aid, which is typically offered as scholarships, grants, and loans. This school offers several athletic programs overseen by the NCAA. Athletic programs offered may include:
  • Baseball (NCAA Division I-A)
  • Basketball (NCAA Division I-A)
  • Track & Field (NCAA Division I-A)
  • Field Hockey (NCAA Division I-A)
  • Football (NCAA Division I-A)
To see a full list of academic programs offered, enrollment information, student services, and more, please take a look at the school's website at www.miamioh.edu.

Enrollment

19,934

Student to Faculty Ratio

13:1

University of Cincinnati (UC) is one of the top 25 public research universities in the United States. Located in Ohio on what is considered one of the most beautiful college campuses in the world, the University of Cincinnati is ranked among the best national universities in 2010 by "US News and World Report" magazine.  The UC has also been named a "green university" by the Princeton Review.

Among its notable alumni are Joseph B. Strauss, who designed San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge, and George Rieveschl, who invented Benadryl, the world's first antihistamine. Albert Sabin, another UC graduate, developed the first oral polio vaccine.

History

Founded in 1819 as the Cincinnati College and the Medical College of Ohio, which merged around 1870 to become the University of Cincinnati. The first "Cooperative Education" program was established at UC in 1906. In 1977, the University of Cincinnati joined the University System of Ohio.

Academics

The academic calendar of the University of Cincinnati currently follows the quarter system, but will be transitioning to the semester system in the fall of 2012. Students may contact their academic advisors for assistance and guidance for successful semester conversion of academic units.

UC has 308 programs of study, and offers 49 Associate's, 103 undergraduate, 152 graduate and four professional degrees.

Colleges and Schools

The University of Cincinnati's 14 colleges and schools are:

  • McMicken College of Arts and Sciences
  • College of Allied Health Sciences
  • College of Business
  • Clermont College
  • College-Conservatory of Music
  • College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning
  • College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services
  • College of Engineering and Applied Science
  • College of Law
  • College of Medicine
  • College of Nursing
  • James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy
  • Raymond Walters College
  • Graduate School

Student Life

Many choices for on-campus housing are offered at UC, including suite-style living, lifestyle floors (where you live with students from major, athletic team or honors program), and more.  There are also numerous dining venues on the UC campus, including a Starbucks café and vegetarian options.

The Student Life Offices on the UC campus offers many resources and choices of clubs, groups, organizations and leadership opportunities including the African American Cultural & Resource Center, Bearcat Bands, Early Learning Center, Women's Center, Greek Leaders Council, Student Government, and more.

Traditions

The University of Cincinnati has several traditions, including its bearcat mascot, Lucy.  The former bearcat mascot, Alice, was a fixture at UC's home athletics games for more than 12 years.  Since 1008, Lucy has attended many "Bearcat" sporting events.

Athletics

The Cincinnati "Bearcats" athletics teams compete in many intercollegiate sports and they have won many national championships.

Men's Sports:

  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Swimming & Diving
  • Tennis
  • Track and Field

Women's Sports:

  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Golf
  • Lacrosse
  • Soccer
  • Swimming & Diving
  • Tennis
  • Track and Field
  • Volleyball

Satellite Campuses

In addition to its main, Cincinnati Uptown Campus, the University of Cincinnati has several satellite campuses in the Cincinnati area:

  • Cincinnati Uptown Campus: Uptown East Campus; Uptown West Campus
  • Clermont Campus
  • Medical Campus
  • Raymond Walters Campus
  • Reading Campus
  • Victory Parkway Campus

Community Life

The Campus Recreation Center (CRC) is located on UC's Uptown Campus and is open to students, employees and the community for recreation and fitness.  Many amenities are available, and events and activities at the CRC include guest lectures, parties, team-building events and sports tournaments. The Uptown East Campus offers recreation and exercise facilities at The Fitness Center.

The University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) offers excellent productions in drama, musical theatre and opera for students and community members.  The CCM's annual Mainstage Series is a big attraction for the local community.

Enrollment

37,886

Student to Faculty Ratio

16:1

Ohio University (OHIO) is a national, public research university located in Athens, Ohio. U.S. News and World Report ranks Ohio University in the top 60 public national universities. It is ranked fourth in the nation by the Forbes ranking for its return on investment in research dollars.

The acclaimed faculty members of Ohio University include at least 10 Fulbright Scholars, and many other award winners.

Ohio University offers more than 250 undergraduate majors, and a range of majors at the master's and doctoral levels. Top ranking academic programs at Ohio University include ceramics, printmaking, speech and language pathology, audiology, physical therapy, fine arts, clinical psychology, social work, physics, English, and biological sciences.

Ohio University has many "firsts" to its credit, including the first university-based business incubator in the state, which helped develop nine spin-off companies and created more than 1,000 jobs.

History

The Ohio University was established in 1804 by an act passed by the Ohio General Assembly. Ohio University opened in 1803 with three students enrolled, and one professor. In 1828, Ohio University conferred a degree on its first black graduate, the third in the United States. In 1873, the University conferred a degree on its first female graduate.

Academics

In the fall of 2012, Ohio University will transition from a quarter-format academic calendar, to a semester format.

Colleges and Schools

Ohio University has 11 colleges, including:

  • College of Arts and Sciences
  • College of Business
  • College of Fine Arts
  • College of Health Sciences and Professions
  • Honors Tutorial College
  • Patton College of Education and Human Services
  • Russ College of Engineering and Technology
  • Scripps College of Communication
  • University College
  • Graduate College
  • Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine

 Ohio University also has three Centers of Excellence:

  • Energy and the Environment
  • Health and Wellness
  • Scripps College of Communication

Student Life

Students attending Ohio University can take advantage of the more than 350 student clubs and organizations available for involvement. Interest areas that are represented include the arts, politics, professions, religion, sports and health, the arts, and more. Student club resources include a Campus Involvement Fair and a Handbook for Student Organizations.

There is a Campus Life newsletter that keeps students and their families informed of campus events and activities. Greek Life is thriving at Ohio University, with 33 active local chapters of national fraternities and sororities.

Traditions

The Ohio University school colors are green and white, with gold as an accent color. Fans of the university's teams traditionally join the "Green and White Club."

The bobcat is the Ohio University mascot, and the athletic teams at OHIO are nicknamed the "Bobcats."

Athletics

The OHIO "Bobcats" athletic teams compete in several intercollegiate sports, including:

Men's Sports:

  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Cross County
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Wrestling 

Women's Sports:

  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Field Hockey
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Swimming and Diving
  • Track and Field
  • Volleyball

Satellite Campuses

Athens University has its main campus in Athens, Ohio. It has five regional campuses and two centers located throughout Ohio:

  • Chillicothe Campus
  • Eastern Campus
  • Lancaster Campus
  • Pickerington Center
  • Southern Campus
  • Proctorville Campus
  • Zanesville Campus

Community Life

Ohio University forges partnerships in the community. It has partnered with high schools in SE Ohio to offer hands-on training to teachers in science, technology, engineering and math. It created an online virtual museum for Latino culture and art in partnership with the Smithsonian Institute.

Enrollment

28,480

Student to Faculty Ratio

17:1

Kent State University is a public research university, and one of the largest university's in the state of Ohio, comprised of eight campuses. Kent State offers high-quality bachelor's degree programs, as well as innovative graduate studies and research at the master's and doctoral degree levels. The Kent Campus is the university's main location, which offers on-campus housing and state-of-the-art facilities. Kent State's seven other campuses, located throughout Northeastern Ohio, are small liberal arts colleges. These regional campuses offer associate and bachelor's degrees, many with a technical or vocational focus, along with a few select graduate programs.

Kent State University offers 255 academic programs at the bachelor's degree level, 39 programs at the master's degree level and 21 programs at the doctoral level.  KSU has an award-winning faculty, with many renowned scholars and researchers leading programs in its institutes, centers and research departments. The KSU Liquid Crystal Institute leads research in technologies that are used around the world in laptops, flat screen televisions and calculators. Among KSU's notable alumni are 11 Pulitzer Prize winners who completed their studies at Kent State's School of Journalism and Mass Communication.

History

Kent State University was founded as a teacher training school called "Kent State Normal School" in Kent, Ohio in 1910.  Sixty years later, in May of 1970, Kent State University made international headlines when a violent on-campus student demonstration held in protest of the Vietnam War drew gunfire from law enforcement that killed four Kent State students. In the years since that time, many events and memorials have been established on campus to honor those who died.

Academics

The academic calendar for KSU follows the semester format, with fall and spring semesters, and multiple shorter summer "sessions."

Colleges, Schools and Programs

  • College of Architecture and Environmental Design
  • College of the Arts
  • College of Arts and Sciences
  • College of Business Administration
  • College of Communication and Information
  • Office of Continuing and Distance Education
  • College and Graduate School of Education, Health and Human Services
  • College of Nursing
  • College of Public Health
  • College of Technology
  • School of Digital Sciences
  • Honors College 

Interdisciplinary Programs

  • Biomedical Sciences
  • Financial Engineering
  • Information Architecture and Knowledge Management

Other Programs

  • Aerospace Studies/Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corp (AFROTC)
  • Military Science/Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC)
  • Police Academy 

Regional College Programs

  • Research and Sponsored Programs
  • Graduate Studies
  • Undergraduate Studies

Student Life

Kent State is known for its student involvement, both historically and in recent years, and currently offers more than 200 student organizations for student participation. Student activities and organizations include everything from leadership programs, to community service, cultural awareness, sororities and fraternities, arts and theatre, sports and fitness, and more.

KSU student services include health and wellness services, housing, transportation, dining options, and a career services center, among others.

Traditions

The school colors for KSU are blue and gold. The school motto at sporting events is "get your gold on." The KSU mascot is "Flash," a Golden Eagle, and the sports teams are referred to as the "Golden Flash."

Athletics

The "Golden Flash" athletic teams of KSU compete in several intercollegiate sports, including:

Men's Sports:

  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Field Hockey
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Track and Field
  • Wrestling 

Women's Sports:

  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Field Hockey
  • Golf
  • Gymnastics
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Track and Field
  • Volleyball

Satellite Campuses

In addition to its main Kent Campus, Kent State University has seven satellite campuses in the Northeastern Ohio region, including campuses at Ashtabula, East Liverpool, Geauga, Salem, Stark, Trumbull and Tuscarawas.

Community Life

The city of Kent, Ohio is one of the largest cities in the county. It has been nicknamed "Tree City, USA," for its abundance of trees, parks and gardens. Located 10 miles east of Akron along the Cuyahoga River, Kent has the ambiance of a small town, but the amenities of a big city. The "Festival of Trees" is one of many festivals held in the city throughout the year.

There are many longtime businesses in Kent, including the world headquarters for many Fortune 500 companies. The city is named for Marvin Kent, who established major railroad stops in the city, which fostered its growth and prosperity in the late 1800s.

Enrollment

28,122

Student to Faculty Ratio

20:1

BGSU is a public university that has a large number of degrees available for students to choose from. The school is located in Bowling Green, OH, in a predominantly rural area. Approximately 18,000 students enroll at BGSU yearly. Here is a list of some of the popular programs BGSU offers:

  • Education
  • Liberal Arts And Sciences
  • Recreation And Fitness Studies
  • Visual And Performing Arts
  • Biological And Biomedical Sciences
The admissions process will begin with the submission of an application, school records, and test scores, which are then evaluated by the admissions office. Students may take either the SAT or ACT exam scores to be considered for admissions to this school. A score in a range of 1300 to 1660 on the SAT, or 19 to 24 for the ACT is common among accepted students. BGSU admits approximately 80% of students applying annually. Of those students admitted, nearly 32% enrolled. More information regarding admissions can be found on the school's primary portal or by requesting information here. Tuition & fees at Bowling Green State University are different for in-state and nonresidents. In-state tuition costs approximately $11,000 per year and out-of-state tuition costing $19,000 per year. School housing is available on-campus for students. The yearly cost of housing is estimated to be $5,200. Some students at Bowling Green State University may qualify for financial aid, which is generally offered as grants or student loans. The mascot for Bowling Green State University is the "Falcons", and they participate in intercollegiate sports through the NCAA. Available sports offered may include but not limited to:
  • Baseball (NCAA Division I-A)
  • Basketball (NCAA Division I-A)
  • Track & Field (NCAA Division I-A)
  • Football (NCAA Division I-A)
For a complete list of academic programs offered, enrollment information, admissions information, and more, please take a look at the school's website at bgsu.edu.

Enrollment

17,540

Student to Faculty Ratio

17:1

University of Toledo (UT) is a state university in Ohio. UT's main campus is located on the banks of the Ottawa River, and includes many historic buildings, as well as modern facilities in a beautiful setting with lots of green spaces. UT offers more than 230 academic programs at the undergraduate, graduate and professional levels through its 16 colleges. UT has part-time and full-time study options, day and evening classes, and a large distance-learning program. Some of UT's nationally-ranked programs include engineering, business, law and occupational therapy.

UT has a Health Science Campus, which boasts the UT Medical Center, a trauma center, an orthopedics center, and graduate health programs. UT researchers are committed to fulfilling the mission to improve the human condition. UT researchers have garnered more than $50 million in research funding, and have filed 125 patents. The UT Science and Technology Corridor is a thriving environment of innovation and business.

History

The University of Toledo was established in 1872. It became part of the Ohio State University System in 1967. In 2006, the University of Toledo and the Medical University of Ohio merged. Together they form one of the largest public universities in the State of Ohio. The University of Toledo Health Science Campus is now home to several UT Medical Center clinics, hospitals and health-science research and education programs.

Academics

The academic calendar for the University of Toledo (UT) follows the semester format, with fall, spring and summer semesters.

Colleges and Schools

  • College of Adult and Lifelong Learning
  • College of Business and Innovation
  • College of Education
  • College of Engineering
  • College of Gateway Programs
  • College of Graduate Studies
  • College of Health Science and Human Service
  • College of Honors
  • College of Languages, Literature and Social Sciences
  • College of Law
  • College of Medicine and Life Sciences
  • College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
  • College of Nursing
  • College of Online Learning
  • College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences 
  • College of Visual and Performing Arts

The University of Toledo also offers programs through its many centers, institutes and affiliates:

Centers, Institutes and Affiliates:

  • Apple Tree Nursery School
  • Area Health Education Centers
  • Cancer Center
  • Carver Resource Center 
  • Center for Creative Instruction
  • Center for Neurological Disorders
  • Center for Successful Aging 
  • Institute for Asian Studies 
  • Intermodal Transportation Institute (ITI)
  • Jacobson Center for Clinical & Translational Research
  • Learning Enhancement Center
  • Minority Business Development Center
  • Plant Science Research Center   
  • Stranahan Arboretum
  • The Catharine S. Eberly Center for Women
  • The Center for Materials Science and Engineering
  • The Center for Teaching and Learning 
  • The Culture Building Institute
  • The Instrumentation Center (Arts & Sciences)
  • The Lake Erie Center
  • The Legal Institute of the Great Lakes
  • The Polymer Institute
  • The Toledo Museum of Art
  • The University of Toledo Medical Center 
  • The Urban Affairs Center
  • The UT American Language Institute
  • Wright Center for Photovoltaics Innovation and Commercialization (PVIC)
  • University Transportation Center (UT-UTC)
  • UT's Writing Center

Business Related Centers and Institutes

  • Edward H. Schmidt School of Professional Sales
  • Executive Center for Global Competitiveness
  • The Family Business Center (FBC)
  • The International Business Institute (IBI)
  • The Small Business And Entrepreneurship Institute (SBEI)

Pharmacy Related Centers and Institutes:

  • The Center for Applied Pharmacology
  • The Center for Drug Design and Development

Physics and Astronomy Related Centers and Institutes:

  • Ohio Aerospace Institute
  • The Ritter Astrophysical Research Center
  • The Ritter Planetarium

Student Life

Students of the University of Toledo can choose from more than 200 student organizations and clubs available on campus. A wide range of interests and hobbies are represented, including academic, social, political, cultural, religious, and more. There are several intramural sports clubs to participate in, as well as intercollegiate athletic events to attend. Students on campus might also enjoy art exhibits, theater performances or renowned guest speakers and lecturers.

On campus housing is available at the main UT campus in nine residence halls. There is also a student recreation center on the main campus.

Traditions

The official school colors of the University of Toledo are gold and blue. The athletic teams are nicknamed "The Rockets," and the school fight song is called "U of Toledo." A favorite phrase among UT students is, "See you at the game!"

Athletics

The University of Toledo "Rockets" athletic teams compete in several intercollegiate sports. The University of Toledo Cheerleading program is very popular, and includes two co-ed squads, Varsity and JV. The squads cheer for football, and men and women's basketball. Cheerleaders must maintain a GPA consistent with NCAA requirements.

Intercollegiate sports at UT include:

Men's Sports:

  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Cross County
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Tennis 

Women's Sports:

  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Swimming and Diving
  • Tennis
  • Track and Field
  • Volleyball

Satellite Campuses

In addition to its Main Campus in Toledo, the University of Toledo has the following satellite campuses:

  • Scott Park Campus
  • Lake Erie Center
  • Health Science Center
  • Center for the Visual Arts
  • Stranahan Arboretum

Community Life

The University of Toledo's main campus, located in a residential district, is considered a beautiful landmark in its community, and has been voted one of the "100 most beautifully landscaped places in the country."

The UT offers continuing education courses for community members, and also partners with local businesses and organizations to provide several programs and facilities that benefit community members and students alike. Community programs include the Catharine S. Eberly Center for Women, the Center for Successful Aging, the Military Service Center, the National Youth Sport Program (NYSP), the Office of Service Learning and Community Engagement, the Center for Family Business, the International Business Institute, and the Urban Affairs Center, among others.

Many UT health centers and programs are made available to the community, including the Community Care Clinic, the Community Health Project, and the Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic.

Enrollment

20,237

Student to Faculty Ratio

20:1

About
Cleveland State University, located in Cleveland, Ohio, is a public four year institution established in 1964 when the state took over operation of Fenn College, itself established in 1923. The school grew larger in 1969 when it assumed control then absorbed Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. Over the years the school has grown larger, encompassing a large portion of the Cleveland area and enrolling an increasing number of students year after year. Currently the school enrolls over 17,000 students per year, providing them with a variety of programs to study. All programs and facilities are reviewed and updated regularly to meet the needs of modern students. Today the school is among the best in the region, providing a quality education to residents of Ohio as well as international transfer students. The school's central location in a major metropolitan area allows for many cultural and extracurricular activities to take place.

Academics
Cleveland State University offers degrees in a variety of majors, typically taking four years to complete and resulting in a bachelor's degree. Major programs require students to fulfill general education courses, take lower and upper division courses related to their major, as well as elective courses that allow the students to experience classes outside of their major. Additionally, students may take on a minor degree that allows for study in a secondary field, with less overall coursework. Graduate programs are also available, allowing students to continue their education for either a master's or doctoral degree. Graduate programs have separate admissions requirements, requiring a lesser degree, appropriate test scores, and academic proficiency.

Programs offered include:

Admissions and FInancial Aid
To be considered for admission at Cleveland State University students must have earned a cumulative GPA of 2.3, have an ACT score of 16 or an SAT score of 770, and have completed all the high school courses required for graduation. If a student meets these requirements, he or she will have the application for admission reviewed and a decision rendered. Once the final decision is made the student will be notified, and if admitted, provided the information necessary to begin their academic career at CSU.

Financial aid is available in the form of loans, grants, work study programs and scholarships. Students in need of financial assistance are required to complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), the resulting information from which will be used by the school's financial aid department to put together an aid packet that meets the students financial needs and identifies aid program eligibility. Students must reapply for financial aid prior to each academic year due to the possibility of changing financial circumstances and may be asked to provide additional information randomly to verify the FAFSA's accuracy as per new federal regulations.

Athletics
The Cleveland State University Vikings participate in intercollegiate athletics through the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division 1. Prior to becoming CSU, the school participated in athletics as the Fenn College Foxes. Intercollegiate athletics provide students an opportunity to experience competition in a healthy environment, developing physical skills as well as habits such as good health, teamwork, discipline and leadership, that may be applied to one's personal, professional and academic life. Students interested in experiencing the camaraderie associated with intercollegiate athletics must try out for a team, with additional information such as dates, times, and forms available through the school's athletics department. Individuals participating in intercollegiate athletics must balance their schoolwork with their team sports, making time for both while maintaining a GPA that allows continued participation in athletics.

Athletic programs offered include:

  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Fencing
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Swimming and Diving
  • Tennis
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling

Enrollment

16,069

Student to Faculty Ratio

16:1

The University of Akron (UA), located in Ohio, is a public research university. UA offers 300 undergraduate academic degree programs and also many programs at the graduate levels. UA has many new or updated buildings on campus with modern amenities and high-technology classrooms.  In addition to its degree programs, UA offers workforce and career training, continuing education, distance training via online courses, and international study programs.

UA has a highly acclaimed faculty, is considered a "Best in the Midwest" college by the Princeton Review, and has many top-ranking academic programs. Some of UA's most recently top-ranked programs include chemistry, business, science and technology, and engineering.

History

In 1870, the Ohio Universalist Convention founded the University of Akron was founded as "Buchtel College." Originally a church-focused school, the emphasis shifted to non-denominational interests and curricula by 1907. In 1913, the trustees created the Municipal University of Akron, which became the University of Akron (UA) in 1926.  In 1959, the University of Akron became the fifth university in Ohio to offer a doctoral degree. In 1967, UA became a state university.  In the 1990s, a new campus was developed, with 9 new buildings reaching completion in 2004. In 2008, the on-campus sports stadium, InfoCision Stadium-Summa Field, was completed. In 2010, UA was named an Ohio Center of Excellence for its biomedicine, healthcare, and enabling technologies programs.

Academics

The academic calendar for the University of Akron follows the semester format, with fall and spring semesters, and two summer sessions.

Colleges and Schools

The University of Akron has 14 academic colleges and schools, including:

  • College of Polymer Science and Polymer Engineering
  • Graduate School
  • Honors College
  • Law School
  • Summit College
  • University College
  • Wayne College
  • Buchtel College of Arts and Sciences
  • College of Business Administration
  • College of Creative and Professional Arts
  • College of Education
  • College of Engineering
  • College of Health Sciences and Human Services
  • College of Nursing

Student Life

There are more than 200 student clubs and organizations available at UA for student involvement and enrichment. Students at UA can choose from groups focused on politics, faith, ethnicity, academic interests, hobbies, music, careers, and more. There are local chapters of national fraternities and sororities. More than 12 intramural sports and clubs are available for student participation. Campus-sponsored events and activities include inner-tube water polo and ultimate Frisbee tournaments. The Student Recreation and Wellness Center has more information about intramural sports and athletics activities.

Traditions

The University of Akron's school colors are blue and white, and its mascot is "Zippy" the kangaroo.

The athletic teams for the UA were christened the "Zippers" or "Zips" in 1925, after a campus-wide contest was held to choose a nickname.  The origin of the "Zippers" was inspired by a zip-up style of rain boots, or galoshes, that were invented by the B.F. Goodrich Company of Akron, Ohio.

Athletics

Many of the University of Akron's "Zips" athletes have become professional NFL players. The UA "Zips" athletic teams compete in 19 intercollegiate sports, including:

Men's Sports:

  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Rifle
  • Soccer
  • Track and Field (indoor and outdoor)

Women's Sports:

  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Golf
  • Gymnastics
  • Rifle
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Swimming and Diving
  • Tennis
  • Track and Field (indoor and outdoor)
  • Volleyball

Satellite Campuses

In addition to its Akron Campus location, the University of Akron offers many courses at locations around the Ohio region via its distance-learning program. Satellite locations include:

  • Wayne College (Orrville, OH)
  • The Medina County University Center (Medina, OH)
  • The Wayne College Holmes County Higher Education Center (Millersburg, OH)
  • Midpoint Campus Center (Brunswick, OH)
  • Northeastern Ohio Universities Colleges of Medicine and Pharmacy (Rootstown, OH)

Community Life

The UA is integral to the regional economy of Akron, Ohio, with partnerships in local business and government providing students and graduates with many learning and career opportunities.  Communities bordering the university's Akron campus have been refurbished into healthier homes through UA programs and initiatives.

The city of Akron offers many opportunities for recreation and entertainment, with a vibrant downtown area and many parks for outdoor activities. The UA campus has easy access to the downtown area, and to highways and airports.

Some of the region's points of interest include the EJ Thomas Performing Arts Hall, the Akron Art Museum and Cleveland Museum of Art, the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and Cuyahoga Valley National Park, among others.

Enrollment

18,731

Student to Faculty Ratio

18:1

Wright State University, located in Dayton, Ohio, was founded in 1961 as an extension campus for both Ohio State University and Miami University. A tract of land was purchased in Dayton to accommodate the new campus, followed shortly by the construction of Allyn Hall, one of the founders of the school. The school opened its doors in 1964 to over 3,200 students and a faculty of 55. By 1965 the school petitioned the state to become a separate institution, and began searching for a new name to identify itself with. In 1967 the school achieved the enrollment numbers necessary to become a separate school, choosing the name Wright State University in honor of Dayton's Wright brothers. The school quickly received accreditation, as well as building new facilities to meet the demands of its increased enrollment. Today the school enrolls nearly 25,000 undergraduates and graduates.

Academics

Wright State University offers a large number of majors at the undergraduate and graduate levels allowing students to identify and enroll in the program that best suit s their academic and career interests. These programs offers general education courses, mandatory for every student, along with lower and upper division courses relating to one's major. Additionally, a large number of minors are available, allowing students to pursue separate interests or augment their major with a useful minor. Graduate programs require a separate application for admission, a bachelor's degree, and usually a certain minimum score on the GRE exam.

Programs offered include:

Admissions and Financial Aid

Students interested in enrollment at Wright State University must complete the application for admission, including the essay, as well as supply all pertinent transcripts and standardized test scores. Once received, the student's application will be reviewed, taking into consideration academics, extracurricular activities, test scores, writing ability and more. A determination for admission will be made as soon as possible, followed by a notification to the applicant through mail. Once admitted, students should meet with an academic advisor to plan their curriculum and prepare for registration, which begins shortly before each semester.

Financial Aid is available in the form of loans, grants, work study programs, and scholarships. Students in need of financial assistance must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), the resulting information from which will be used by the school to determine need, eligibility and awards. Some students may be required to provide additional financial information prior to the disbursement of aid awards in order to determine the accuracy of the information provided. Scholarships are also available and awarded for a variety of reasons. Students may visit the school's financial aid website for a list of available scholarships.

Athletics

The Wright State University Raiders participate in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Horizon League for intercollegiate sports. Such programs allow students to experience personal and group success in an organized setting designed to promote healthy competition. Additionally students learn a variety of skills, such as teamwork and discipline, which assist in developing a successful academic and professional career. As only a limited number of positions are available at the intercollegiate level, the school also offers intramural sports teams allowing students to compete against one another on campus in a fun and friendly atmosphere. Intercollegiate programs have varying start dates throughout the year. Students interested in trying out should contact or visit the athletic department to check dates and times for try outs regarding their desired sport.

Intercollegiate sport programs:

  • Baseball (Men Only)
  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Golf (Men Only)
  • Soccer
  • Softball (Women Only)
  • Swimming and Diving
  • Tennis
  • Track and Field (Women Only)
  • Volleyball (Women Only)

Enrollment

14,403

Student to Faculty Ratio

15:1

Ohio University - Eastern Campus is located in Saint Clairsville, Ohio and is a public institution that assists students to meet their educational goals. Enrollment at Ohio University - Eastern Campus is nearly 990 annually. The school offers two programs of study in the areas of Liberal Arts and Humanistic Studies. The school has an open enrollment policy, accepting all students that meet the requirements for admission. Submission of school records, test scores, and letters of recommendations may be required for certain programs. More information on admissions can be found at ohio.edu. Tuition & fees at this school are different for in-state and out-of-state residents. In-state tuition costs approximately $5,000 per year with out-of-state tuition costing $6,400 per year. Some students at this school may qualify for financial aid, which is typically offered as scholarships, grants, and loans. Students should visit the website to get a complete list of areas of study, financial aid details, and more that is available at this school.

Enrollment

512

Student to Faculty Ratio

14:1

Youngstown State University provides a variety of degree programs for students to aid them in their growth and development. The school is located in Youngstown, Ohio and publically funded. Youngstown State University has a yearly student enrollment of nearly 15,000.

Areas of study offered at YSU include but are not limited to:

  • Liberal Arts And Sciences
  • Security And Protective Services
  • Business And Marketing Studies
  • Biological And Biomedical Sciences

The school operates under an open enrollment policy, accepting any applicants that meet the basic requirements for admission. Submission of transcripts, test scores, and admissions essays may be requested for certain programs. More information regarding admissions can be found at web.ysu.edu.

Tuition & fees at this school are different for in-state and nonresidents. In-state tuition costs approximately $8,200 per year and out-of-state tuition costing $8,400 per year. Some students at Youngstown State University may be eligible for financial aid, which is typically offered as grants or student loans.

The Youngstown State University "Penguins" compete in a number of intercollegiate sports through participation in the NCAA. Athletic programs available may include but not limited to:

  • Baseball (NCAA Division I-AA)
  • Basketball (NCAA Division I-AA)
  • Track & Field (NCAA Division I-AA)

For a complete list of academic programs offered, enrollment information, admissions information, and more, please visit the school's website at http://web.ysu.edu/home.

Enrollment

12,607

Student to Faculty Ratio

17:1

Wright State University - Lake Campus is a public institution located in Celina, Ohio and provides a large number of degree programs for students. Enrollment at Wright State University - Lake Campus is nearly a thousand per year. Here is a list of some of the popular programs Wright State University - Lake Campus offers:

  • Business And Marketing Studies
  • Engineering Technology
  • Computer And Information Sciences
  • Education
  • Psychology
  • Health And Clinical Professions
The school has an open enrollment policy, accepting any applicants that meet the basic requirements for admission. Submission of school records, test scores, and letters of recommendations may be requested for certain programs.  Detailed admissions information about WSU can be obtained by calling the school or by simply requesting information from this page. The tuition at Wright State University - Lake Campus varies based on the state of residence of the student. In-state residents pay approximately $6,000 per year, while out-of-state residents are charged $14,000 for the year. Some students at Wright State University - Lake Campus may be eligible for financial aid, which is generally provided as grants or student loans. Students should visit the website to obtain a complete list of programs offered, financial aid details, and more that is available at this school.

Enrollment

1,063

Student to Faculty Ratio

14:1

SSU is a liberal arts college that offers an undergraduate education and assists students in developing important skills useful in pursuit of graduate education or employment. A liberal arts curriculum exposes students to a variety of topics and subjects. The school is located in Portsmouth, OH, which is a predominantly rural area. Approximately 4,600 students are enrolled annually at SSU.

Students may select from several areas of study, including but not limited to:

  • Business And Marketing Studies
  • Health And Clinical Professions
  • Biological And Biomedical Sciences
  • Psychology
  • Visual And Performing Arts

The school maintains an open enrollment policy, accepting all students that meet the requirements for admission. Submission of school records, test scores, and personal statements may be requested for certain programs. More information on admissions can be found at shawnee.edu.

Tuition & fees at SSU are different for in-state and nonresidents. In-state tuition costs around $7,400 per year and out-of-state tuition costing $13,000 per year. The cost of on-campus housing is around $6,000 for the year. Financial aid may be offered to students that meet the necessary requirements in the form of loans, grants, scholarships and work study programs.

The SSU "Bears" have a number of intercollegiate athletic programs through participation in the NAIA. Athletic programs available may include:

  • Baseball (NAIA Division II)
  • Basketball (NAIA Division II)
  • Golf (NAIA Division II)

For a complete list of programs offered, enrollment information, financial aid details, and more, please take a look at the school's website at http://www.shawnee.edu.

Enrollment

3,253

Student to Faculty Ratio

14:1

Ohio University - Lancaster Campus, a public institution, offers a variety of program options, allowing students to choose which major is right for them. Located in Lancaster, Ohio, it resides in a rural setting for students to study in. Nearly 2,500 students enroll at Ohio University - Lancaster Campus per year. Students may select from several areas of study, including:

  • Liberal Arts
  • Bookkeeping
  • Information Systems
  • Business Administration
The school has an open enrollment policy, accepting all applicants that meet the basic requirements for admission. Submission of transcripts, test scores, and personal statements may be requested for certain programs. More information from the admissions office can be found at lancaster.ohiou.edu. The tuition at this school varies based on the state of residence of the student. In-state residents pay nearly $5,200 per year, while out-of-state residents are charged $9,900 for the year. Financial aid may be provided to students that meet the necessary requirements in the form of loans, grants, scholarships and work study programs. Students should visit the website to obtain a complete list of areas of study, student services, and more that is available at this school.

Enrollment

1,568

Student to Faculty Ratio

19:1

Are you fresh from high school, a job, another college, a university or a technical institute? Then consider Ohio University’s Zanesville campus for a good educational foundation for your career. It is nestled off 1425 Newark Rd in Zanesville near Zane State College.  OUZ, as it is popularly known, offers world-class education programs that include associate's, bachelor's and master's degree in various fields of education.

As The Path to Your Promises, the university offers a variety of courses to help you realize your dreams. Some of the degree courses offered include applied management, Education Psychology and Nursing. OUZ also offers associate degrees in arts, electronic media, individualized studies, nursing and science. OUZ features campuses such as Athens, Chillicothe, Eastern, Lancaster, Lifelong Learning, Southern and regional Higher education.

The University has highly trained and professional staff that is passionate about the students’ success. OUZ affords the students rich educational experiences combined with quality tutoring, academic advising and specialized testing services. Students also have access to wireless internet, coffee cafe and cafeteria, a bookstore, a vast electronic database and resources, a 62,000-volume library and a fitness center.

If you study part time, you require flexibly scheduled classes. That is exactly what the university offers in Cambridge and Zanesville. Students have many fun activities they can participate in ranging from sports and music to cultural activities.

Enrollment

1,103

Student to Faculty Ratio

18:1

Central State University is a public historically black institution located in Wilberforce, OH. Most historically black colleges and universities (also known as HBCUs) were founded after the civil war to provide newly freed African Americans with educational opportunities. Enrollment at Central State University exceeds 2,300 per year. Areas of study offered at Central State University include but are not limited to:

  • Business And Marketing Studies
  • Communications And Journalism
  • Psychology
  • Education
The admissions process will include the submission of an application, transcripts, records, and test scores, which are then evaluated by the admissions committee. The most common standardized test scores among applicants accepted to Central State University are between 14 - 17 on the ACT, or 690 - 850 on the SAT. This school has an acceptance rate of about 32 percent of which only 28 percent chose to attend. More information from the admissions office can be found at centralstate.edu. Tuition & fees at this school vary for in-state and nonresidents. In-state tuition costs approximately $6,200 per year, while out-of-state tuition costing $14,000 for the year. School housing is available on-campus for students. The yearly cost of housing is approximately $5,000. Some students at Central State University may qualify for financial aid, which is generally provided in the form of loans, grants, scholarships and work study programs. The mascot for Central State University is the "Marauders", and they participate in intercollegiate sports through oversight by the NCAA. Athletic programs offered may include:
  • Basketball (NCAA Division II)
  • Track & Field (NCAA Division II)
  • Football (NCAA Division II)
  • Tennis (NCAA Division II)
Students can visit the school's http://www.centralstate.edu to view additional information.

Enrollment

2,099

Student to Faculty Ratio

15:1

Ohio University - Southern Campus provides a variety of program options for students to guide them in their growth and development. The school is located in Ironton, Ohio and publically funded. Enrollment at Ohio University - Southern Campus exceeds 2,200 annually. A list of some of the more popular programs offered are:

  • Nursing
  • Liberal Arts
  • Radio And Television Broadcasting
  • Health Professions and Related Clinical Sciences
  • Business Administration
The school maintains an open enrollment policy, admitting all applicants that meet the requirements for admission. Submission of transcripts, test scores, and personal statements may be required for certain programs. More information regarding admissions can be found at southern.ohiou.edu. Tuition & fees at this school are different for in-state and nonresidents. In-state tuition costs close to $5,000 per year and out-of-state tuition costing $6,400 annually. Ohio University - Southern Campus may provide financial aid for students who qualify as scholarships, grants, and loans. Students should visit the website to get a complete list of areas of study, student services, and more.

Enrollment

1,235

Student to Faculty Ratio

14:1

Ohio University - Chillicothe Campus is a public university that has a large number of degrees available for students to choose from. The school is located in Chillicothe, Ohio, in a predominantly rural area. Ohio University - Chillicothe Campus has a yearly student enrollment of nearly two thousand. Areas of study available at Ohio University - Chillicothe Campus include but are not limited to:

  • Nursing
  • Health Professions and Related Clinical Sciences
  • Liberal Arts
  • Business Administration
The school has an open enrollment policy, admitting any applicants that meet the basic requirements for admission. Submission of transcripts, records, test scores, and personal statements may be required for certain programs. More information regarding admissions can be found at chillicothe.ohiou.edu. Tuition & fees at this school vary for in-state and nonresidents. In-state tuition costs around $5,200 per year and out-of-state tuition costing $9,900 per year. Students at this school may qualify for aid which is usually scholarships, grants, and loans. Contact information, financial aid information, areas of study, and more may be accessed on school's website at http://www.chillicothe.ohiou.edu.

Enrollment

1,586

Student to Faculty Ratio

17:1

Ohio State University - Newark Campus is a public institution located in Newark, Ohio and provides a large number of degree programs for students. Ohio State University - Newark Campus has an annual student enrollment of around two thousand.

Areas of study offered at Ohio State University - Newark Campus include but are not limited to:

  • General Studies
  • Elementary Education
  • Psychology
  • English
  • Commerce
  • History

The school maintains an open enrollment policy, accepting all applicants that meet the minimum requirements for admission. Submission of school records, test scores, and letters of recommendations may be needed for certain programs. More information from the admissions office can be found at newark.osu.edu.

The tuition at Ohio State University - Newark Campus varies based on the state of residence of the student. In-state residents pay around $7,000 per year and out-of-state residents are charged $23,000 per year. This school may help with costs by offering financial aid for students that are eligible in the form of grants and loans.

Enrollment

2,882

Student to Faculty Ratio

31:1

Ohio State University - Mansfield Campus provides a variety of program options for students to aid them in their growth and development. The school is located in Mansfield, OH and a publicly funded state university.  The enrollment at the Ohio State University - Mansfield Campus is approximately one-thousand four hundred yearly. Areas of study offered at Ohio State University - Mansfield Campus include:

  • General Studies
  • Elementary Education
  • Psychology
  • English
  • History
  • Commerce
The school has an open enrollment policy, accepting any applicants that meet the minimum requirements for admission. Submission of school records, test scores, and admissions essays may be required for certain programs.  Detailed information regarding admissions can be found by reaching out to the university or simply requesting information here. The cost of tuition varies for in-state and nonresidents. In-state residents pay close to $7,000, while out-of-state residents pay $23,000 for the year. Housing may be available for those who wish to live on-campus for around a cost of $5,700 per year. Some students at this school may qualify for financial aid, which is generally offered in the form of loans, grants, scholarships and work study programs. To see a full list of programs offered, enrollment information, student services, and more, please take a look at the school's website at mansfield.osu.edu.

Enrollment

1,099

Student to Faculty Ratio

19:1

Ohio State University - Lima Campus provides a variety of educational opportunities for students to assist them in their growth and development. The school is located in Lima, Ohio and publically funded. Over a thousand students enroll at Ohio State University - Lima Campus per year.

Here is a list of some of the popular programs Ohio State University - Lima Campus offers:

  • General Studies
  • Elementary Education
  • English
  • Commerce

The school operates under an open enrollment policy, accepting any students that meet the basic requirements for admission. Submission of transcripts, records, test scores, and personal statements may be requested for certain programs. More information regarding admissions can be found here.

The cost of undergraduate tuition is different for in-state and nonresidents. In-state residents pay close to $7,000 and nonresidents pay $23,000 for the year. Ohio State University - Lima Campus may offer financial aid for students who are eligible as loans, grants, scholarships and work study programs.

Students who would like to view more about this school may check out their website at http://www.lima.ohio-state.edu.

Enrollment

1,010

Student to Faculty Ratio

19:1

Ohio State University - Marion Campus provides a variety of program options for students to aid them in their growth and development. The school is located in Marion, OH and publically funded. Enrollment at Ohio State University - Marion Campus exceeds a thousand yearly.

Here is a list of some of the popular programs Ohio State University - Marion Campus offers:

  • General Studies
  • Elementary Education
  • Psychology
  • Commerce
  • English

The school operates under an open enrollment policy, admitting all students that meet the minimum requirements for admission. Submission of school records, test scores, and letters of recommendations may be required for certain programs. More information from the admissions office can be found at osumarion.osu.edu.

The tuition at Ohio State University - Marion Campus varies based on the state of residence of the student. In-state residents pay nearly $7,000 per year, while out-of-state residents are charged $23,000 for the year. This school may provide financial aid for students who are eligible as loans, grants, scholarships and work study programs.

Students should take a look at the school's http://osumarion.osu.edu/ to see additional information.

Enrollment

1,252

Student to Faculty Ratio

18:1

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The 15 schools listed below are part of the -2 system. By following the links below, you can view each school's profile in detail.

Institution Name Number Students Information Virtual Tour
Bacone College in Youngstown, OH10,000 to 19,999info
Bowling Green State University in Huron, OH1,000 to 4,999info
Bryant and Stratton College - Parma in Bowling Green, OH10,000 to 19,999info
Daymar College - Lancaster in Dayton, OH10,000 to 19,999info
Herzing University in Wright-Patterson AFB, OHLess Than 1,000info
Lourdes University in Elyria, OH10,000 to 19,999info
Miami University - Middletown in Hamilton, OH1,000 to 4,999info
Miami University - Oxford in Middletown, OH1,000 to 4,999info
Ohio University - Zanesville Campus in Athens, OHMore Than 20,000info Virtual Tour
Sinclair Community College in Portsmouth, OH1,000 to 4,999info
Tri - State Bible College in Toledo, OH10,000 to 19,999info
University of Akron Wayne College in Akron, OH10,000 to 19,999info
University of Northwestern Ohio in Rootstown, OHLess Than 1,000info Virtual Tour
Wright State University - Lake Campus in Dayton, OH10,000 to 19,999info
Xavier University in Celina, OH1,000 to 4,999info

Ohio University

The 5 schools listed below are part of the Ohio University system. By following the links below, you can view each school's profile in detail.

Institution Name Number Students Information Virtual Tour
Ohio University in Lancaster, OH1,000 to 4,999info Virtual Tour
Ohio University - Chillicothe Campus in Saint Clairsville, OH1,000 to 4,999info Virtual Tour
Ohio University - Lancaster Campus in Ironton, OH1,000 to 4,999info Virtual Tour
Ohio University - Southern Campus in Chillicothe, OH1,000 to 4,999info Virtual Tour
Ohio Valley College of Technology in Zanesville, OH1,000 to 4,999info

The Ohio State University-Main Campus

The 4 schools listed below are part of The Ohio State University-Main Campus system. By following the links below, you can view each school's profile in detail.

Institution Name Number Students Information Virtual Tour
Ohio State University - Mansfield Campus in Lima, OHLess Than 1,000info
Ohio State University - Marion Campus in Mansfield, OH1,000 to 4,999info
Ohio State University - Newark Campus in Marion, OH1,000 to 4,999info
Ohio University - Eastern Campus in Columbus, OHMore Than 20,000info Virtual Tour

The University System of Ohio

The 12 schools listed below are part of The University System of Ohio. By following the links below, you can view each school's profile in detail.

Institution Name Number Students Information Virtual Tour
Chatfield College in Wilberforce, OH1,000 to 4,999info
Cincinnati State Technical and Community College in Cincinnati, OHMore Than 20,000info
Kent State University - Kent Campus in Salem, OH1,000 to 4,999info Virtual Tour
Kent State University at East Liverpool in Ashtabula, OH1,000 to 4,999info Virtual Tour
Kent State University at Geauga in Kent, OHMore Than 20,000info Virtual Tour
Kent State University at Salem in New Philadelphia, OH1,000 to 4,999info Virtual Tour
Kent State University at Stark in East Liverpool, OH1,000 to 4,999info Virtual Tour
Kent State University at Trumbull in Canton, OH1,000 to 4,999info Virtual Tour
Kent State University at Tuscarawas in Warren, OH1,000 to 4,999info Virtual Tour
Kenyon College in Burton, OH1,000 to 4,999info
Ohio Christian University in Blue Ash, OH5,000 to 9,999info
University of Cincinnati - Blue Ash College in Batavia, OH5,000 to 9,999info

Notes: Tuition & fee amounts are for both Ohio in-state residents and out of state students, unless noted otherwise. The tuition information displayed is an estimate, which we calculated based on historical data and should be solely used for informational purposes only. Please contact the respective school for information about the current school year.

Source: IPEDS Survey 2012-2020: Data obtained from the US Dept. of Education's Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS). Data may vary depending on school and academic year.

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