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Ohio University

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About: Established in 1804 and located in Athens, OH, the University has earned a reputation for its rich educational tradition and outstanding academic programs. Ohio University offers more than 250 areas of undergraduate study. The main campus population is more than 20,000 and includes students from nearly every state and about 100 nations. Five regional campuses extend University access across southern Ohio and bring the University's total enrollment to more than 35,000.

Benefits for Columbus State Graduates:

  • 3+1 program
    a. Take your first 3 years at Columbus State – at the lower tuition rate
    b. Transfer the maximum amount of credits and finish your 4th year at Ohio University (online, on campus, or a combination or both)
    c. Earn your bachelor's degree from Ohio University
  • Free online application
  • D grades will transfer
  • Scholarships (PTK, Transfer, and other Awards)

How will a course transfer? Course equivalency information

Ohio University Online Application

Strategic Transfer Enrollment Plan (STEP): Ohio University is pleased to announce the Strategic Transfer Education Plan (STEP)! STEP is designed to provide an advantage to current and future students from Columbus State who are planning to earn a bachelor's degree at OHIO. Program participants plan for a successful transfer to OHIO through advising activities, social and cultural opportunities, and satisfying academic requirements: www.ohio.edu/step.

Corey Posey, the Community Partnership Manager for Ohio University, has regular visit hours at the Columbus and Delaware campus locations – in addition to regional sites. Stop in over the course of the semester for additional details. His schedule can be viewed at www.ohio.edu/cscc.

Questions: Corey Posey, 614.407.5915, poseyc@ohiou.edu