Ohio University

Athens, OH

Ohio University

Athens, OH

You can have it all at Ohio University.

We believe that college should deliver more than a diploma—that’s why the OHIO experience will stay with you forever. We offer a world-class education—for example, our Honors Tutorial College is one of the top-ranked public honors programs in the nation. Experience is the basis of an OHIO education, whether it’s in the lab, on the stage, through an internship, or by leading a student organization. Combine our award-winning career services with more than 260,000 loyal alumni across the globe, and OHIO will prepare you for a successful career—for life.

ACCOLADES

 

#1 Best Value public school in Ohio | U.S. News & World Report

 

Top 100 public university | U.S. News & World Report

 

Best College Town in Ohio | Far & Wide

 

Top public nursing school in Ohio | nursing.org

Esports

Expanding opportunities for students in the esports industry, Ohio University has integrated esports into academic programs across campus, and students can pursue a certificate along with any major. We are a founding member of the Esports Collegiate Conference. OHIO’s Bobcat Esports club fields teams for national competition. Tournament teams include Overwatch, Rocket League, League of Legends, CS:GO, FIFA, Hearthstone, Fortnite, and Super Smash Bros. With a new state-of-the art facility, the esports community at OHIO means more than competition; students can build ties in broadcasting, advertising, sport management, and more!

An Inside Look

What students are saying about us...

  • “I love being involved in the OHIO Honors Program and Copeland Scholars because it has enabled me to thrive among other high-caliber, talented students. I’ve found myself working harder and better, surrounded by peers who motivate me.”

    • Kylie Wolff, ’22
  • “I love the community of living on campus. You are a part of the Bobcat family. Each residence hall is its own miniature family.”

    • Andrew Connelly, ’22
  • “Networking here is fantastic!”

    • Analee Davis, ’22