States in the Midwest aren't all the same. This friendly, Midwest state has a great university system with private and independent schooling options. The Buckeye State promotes careers in energy technology through its Ohio Energy Pathways program. Many college courses and certifications are also offered via online learning. If you want to be on the fast track, Ohio offers the rare opportunity to earn a bachelor's degree in just 3 years. Graduates of the Buckeye State who stick around town have a better chance than most to start their careers, with an unemployment rate of 5.7%, below the national average, and a few big-name companies who call Ohio home: Dutch Boy Paint, Marathon Petroleum, and Scott's LawnService.
When it's time to relax, Ohio has a wealth of ways to enjoy the local sights. Plenty of state parks offer hiking, golfing, and biking, and there are many historic bridges, canal lands, and museums to explore. When it's time to wind down and hang out with friends, check out The Comet in Cincinnati, St. James Tavern in Columbus, or Great Lakes Brewing Co. in Cleveland. Take a day off for roller coaster fun at King's Island amusement park. and whether you're a LeBron James fan or not, you'll have fun cheering on the Cleveland Cavaliers or chomping on peanuts and hot dogs for the Cincinnati Reds, Cincinnati Bengals, or Cleveland Browns. As the Ohio slogans claim, there's "So much to discover" at the "Heart of it all."*Bureau of Labor Statistics *www.ohio.gov *Wikipedia, "Ohio",
Case Western Reserve University offers 254 degree programs. It's a large, private not-for-profit, four-year university in a large city. In 2019, 3,467 students graduated with students earning 1,658 Master's degrees, 1,112 Bachelor's degrees, 667 Doctoral degrees, and 30 Certificates.
Cleveland Institute of Music offers 11 degree programs. It's a very small, private not-for-profit, four-year university in a large city. In 2019, 122 students graduated with students earning 53 Master's degrees, 50 Bachelor's degrees, 14 Certificates, and 5 Doctoral degrees.
Founded in 1870, the Ohio State University, often referred to as Ohio State, is a public institution with a total enrollment of just over 65,000 students. Ohio State is located along the Olentangy River in urban Columbus, Ohio, and covers over 1,500 acres of academic buildings, a massive athletic complex, and an award-winning medical school. Students at Ohio State take classes on a semester-based academic calendar, and Ohio residents enjoy access to in-state tuition rates. The Ohio State tends to offer larger classes given the size of the student body, which is heavily influenced by their 19:1 student-faculty ratio.
Ohio State has a variety of student organizations and clubs to choose from, including an active student government, a large gym at the Mary A Daniels Student Wellness Center, and a successful honors program for qualifying applicants. Some notable colleges at Ohio State include the Moritz College of Law and the Max M Fisher College of Business.
Ohio State is known for its successful Buckeye football program that plays in the iconic Ohio Stadium which hosts over 100,000 attendees during Saturday game days. When they aren’t studying or in class, students at Ohio State can enjoy everything Columbus has to offer including restaurants, bars, and the Ohio State Fair. Notable alumni include writer R.L. Stine, singer Dwight Yoakam, and golfer Jack Nicklaus.
Ohio Northern University offers 87 degree programs. It's a small, private not-for-profit, four-year university in a outlying town. In 2019, 610 students graduated with students earning 389 Bachelor's degrees, 186 Doctoral degrees, 33 Master's degrees, and 2 Certificates.
University of Dayton offers 166 degree programs. It's a large, private not-for-profit, four-year university in a midsize city. In 2019, 2,947 students graduated with students earning 1,979 Bachelor's degrees, 730 Master's degrees, 165 Doctoral degrees, and 73 Certificates.
|School||Average Tuition||Student Teacher Ratio||Enrolled Students|
|Oberlin College Oberlin, OH||9 : 1||2,863|
|Case Western Reserve University Cleveland, OH||16 : 1||11,874|
|Denison University Granville, OH||9 : 1||2,293|
|Kenyon College Gambier, OH||8 : 1||1,750|
|The College of Wooster Wooster, OH||10 : 1||1,942|
|Cleveland Institute of Music Cleveland, OH||13 : 1||373|
|Ohio State University-Main Campus Columbus, OH||27 : 1||61,391|
|Ohio Northern University Ada, OH||13 : 1||2,958|
|University of Dayton Dayton, OH||17 : 1||11,473|
|Miami University-Oxford Oxford, OH||20 : 1||19,716|
|Franciscan University of Steubenville Steubenville, OH||24 : 1||3,039|
|Allstate Hairstyling & Barber College Cleveland, OH||36|
|John Carroll University University Heights, OH||19 : 1||3,506|
|Cedarville University Cedarville, OH||19 : 1||4,302|
|Baldwin Wallace University Berea, OH||15 : 1||3,504|
|Ohio Wesleyan University Delaware, OH||12 : 1||1,494|
|University of Cincinnati-Main Campus Cincinnati, OH||28 : 1||39,263|
|Xavier University Cincinnati, OH||18 : 1||6,973|
|Marietta College Marietta, OH||11 : 1||1,217|
|Otterbein University Westerville, OH||17 : 1||2,853|