Colleges in Ohio

Colleges in Ohio

Ohio is a Midwestern state with hot, humid summers and cool winters. As the “Birthplace of Aviation,” the Buckeye State has five international airports and also claims Neil Armstrong, first man to walk on the moon, as a native from Wapakoneta. Colleges in Ohio are evenly split between private not-for-profit and public institutions. Ohio University was the first college established in the state, and is the ninth oldest institution in the continental US. The most selective in Ohio is Kenyon College. Ohio’s key economic industries are advanced energy and environmental technologies, aerospace and aviation, along with agriculture and food processing. Top attractions include the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Cedar Point Amusement Park, and Hocking Hills State Park.
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“…Ohio State is it's own small world. Once you get involved, which is a must, you cannot walk across campus without seeing someone you know. From academics to sports, Ohio State is an excellent school with long standing tradition. ” – Amarilis from Newbury, OH

“…ohio university deserves a 10 out of 10! the campus and atmosphere here is remarkable. the teachers really want you to succeed and so do your peers.” – Amy from Newark, OH

“…This campus is small enough to get to your classes in a reasonable time, but still big to find fun things to do. They have great places to eat with lots of variety. The people are all really friendly.” – Alex from Cincinnati, OH

“…Miami University is a great mid-sized university for academics and social life. There are various organizations students can join and activities provided by the school to participate in. Big companies are always here recruiting, so there are many...” – Randy from Oxford, OH

“…What a life changing college experience. Here I feel challenged and exposed to so much diversity. I learn so much, from the classroom to the campus, I am enlightened everywhere I go here.” – Johnny from Lorain, OH

“…Kent State University is way too often grossly stereotyped and given the reputation of having low standards. I have found my programs and the staff that I have worked with to be highly qualified. The atmosphere and diversity of the campus truly...” – Robert from Strongsville, OH

“…Case Western is a school that is very focused on academics and research. It is quite academically rigorous, but also very rewarding. Using "Think Beyond the Possible," as their motto, Case Western drives their students to achieve their goals, even...” – Elanda from Fairview Park, OH

“…Xavier is a private institution with a strong Jesuit focus. Xavier always has a welcoming atmosphere that makes campus immediately feel like home. The professors on campus are eager to teach and always make class interesting and engaging. ” – Kathleen from IL

“…not to big but not to small. classes are easy to find. students are very friendly and nice. the atmosphere is very prone to learning.” – Rudy from Lyndhurst, OH

“…ud is the perfect school for a home away from home! academically, they have tons of programs and more classes than you can imagine with amazing professors. student life is so fun every night whether staying in with your floor mates, going out to the...” – Morgan from Cincinnati, OH

“…heidelberg is a small school with a lot of opportunities. the professors are there to help you succeed, and will do anything to help you. ” – Taylor from Tiffin, OH

“…Bowling Geen Stae University is a very diverse campus. I admire it because the faculty and staff reach out to the students because they genuinely care about them. I honestly feel like BGSU has so many different opportunities for students to network...” – Brandii from Detroit, MI

“…The college creates a community atmosphere that is inviting to everyone. The courses are tough, but you do not take them alone and there is no sense of competition between students. Also, one of the most beautiful campuses in world.” – Ryan from St. Louis, MO

“…Wright State was the perfect size college for me; Big enough to get the real college life feel, yet small enough to feel like a tight knit community. The classes are really interesting, even the general education classes that are required for every...” – Kaytee from Fairborn, OH

“…Cleveland State is a wonderful college. Engineering and Business is there specialty. At Cleveland State you will meet many people and be eligible for an excessive number of scholarships.” – Unknow From Cleveland, OH

“…Wooster has incredible professors that are always available and willing to help students. The students are smart and hard working individuals that know where and what they would like to be doing in life. The campus is social enough to be fun however...” – Jeff from Parker, CO

“…ashland unoversity is a small college with all the benefits of a large university. the state of the art complexes include the dining hall and the recreation center. the faculty and staff are one of a kind who make your experience at ashland...” – Dean from Ashland, OH

“…Tiffin is a smaller university, but a good fit for those who are intent on focusing on learning. Classes are a bit on the easy side and parking can get hectic. Professor are very understanding though.” – Sophie from New Albany, IN

“…Denison feels a lot bigger than it is; just over two thousand people sounds small but there are always faculty/staff, Granville, and other places to experience! Students are friendly and involved. The potential to succeed here is incredible- students...” – Jackson from Richmond, VA

“…CSCC is an outstanding college to attend. The atmosphere is friendly, there are a lot of campus-related activities to do, and is conveniently located in the downtown area. Here, besides an active social environment, there is a friendly staff that is...” – Christian from Columbus, OH

“…i love the university of findlay because of the small campus atmosphere. teachers and staff are always willing to talk to and help you with whatever you may need. classes are exciting and fun because the small class sizes allow for hands-on...” – Kristen from Richmond, IN

“…Notre Dame college is by far offered the best experience I have ever had as a college student. there are many available resources for academic purposes. Notre Dame college take part in the NCAA which is the best thing ever, there are scholarships...” – Youry from Lauderhill, FL

“…a well laid out campus with decent parking and very knowledgeable professors. many are easy to approach and decent food.” – Jeremy from Hubbard, OH

“…Cedarville is an amazing place. If you are looking for God, fun, friends, and a great education, you should check out Cedarville. It's a fantastic environment!” – Jonnah from Independence, KY

“…It is a great historically black university. You will learn a great deal academically, as well as with yourself. Central State is a family based campus.” – Janay from Bellwood, IL

“…The atmosphere of Ohio Northern University is overwhelmed with a positive vibe invigorated in every student. The people at the school make Ohio Northern University what it is, which is an incredible educational experience. Not only are the students...” – Megan from Springboro, OH

“…I'm a Health Promotion and Fitness Major, and the professors are great! The classes are small, the professors are excited to be here, the area is safe but close to big city excitement, and the food's pretty good too! I also got a lot of financial aid...” – Elizabeth from Avalon, CA

“…Capital is very religious. Capital has many opportunites. Capital is very welcoming.” – Antoine from Lithonia, GA

“…It's a good school, but one where you only get out what you put in. This school has a surprising degree of academic rigor, but only if you seek it out; it has a lot of advanced and specialist scholarship opportunities, but only if you seek them out;...” – Jay from Dayton, OH

John Carroll University
University Heights, OH

“…It is a small school and a close-knit community, so it is a great place for those unsure of the larger universities. The campus is beautiful and it is definitely a great place to do studying outside in the warmer months. Also for those who are not...” – Valentina from PA

“…despite being the largest centrally-located community college in the state of ohio, scc is easy to navigate and a very well-rounded school. the individual attention and assistance is remarkable. i am so proud to call myself a scc tartan. ” – Brittany from Dayton, OH

“…Marietta is a great place for a student that is outgoing and loves to get involved. The key to a great college career at Marietta is to be involved early and often. ” – Matthew from Dublin, OH

“…wittenberg university has provided a great college experience. the campus is beautiful, and the people here are amazing and friendly. anyone would be lucky to come here.” – Jennifer from IN

“…Baldwin-Wallace College is great place to be. The institution is warm and welcoming; it feels like every student and faculty member are apart of your family. Aside from the humble atmosphere, BW offers many community service, internship, and job...” – Courtney from Cleveland Heights, OH

“…Defiance college is a small school that set students on the right path for a career. The small size classes make students gain confidence to ask questions and approach the professors.” – Robert from New York, NY

“…bluffton university is a very good university. the teachers are very helpful and are willing to spend extra time with you, to help you understand the material. the classes aren't very big which is good because you have more of a one on one...” – billy bob

“…Amazing! great place develop intellectually and spiritually!” – Alicia from Fredericksburg, OH

“…Shawnee State University is an amazing school. They have all kinds of different opportunities for everyone. Also if you ever need help there is always someone close by.” – Erin from South Point, OH

“…walsh university is a great learning environment. the staff, faculty, and students alike have every person's best interests in mind. walsh is truly concerned with furthering both education and well-being.” – Taylor from Navarre, OH

“…mvnu is a good school and i have been blessed to be a pseo (post-secondary education option) student here for the past 2 years. growing up in mt. vernon, mvnu has been a big part of the community and i have gotten to know many of the past students...” – MVNU PSEO Student

“…Owens has really all it has claimed to be for me. They offer a lot of free services to help guarantee your success, they do everything in their power to make failing hard. So far, all the teachers I have had have awesome, they were understanding and...” – Adren from Oregon, OH

“…i enjoy the aim program. the professors are great. life changing opportunities.” – Brenda from Chillicothe`, OH

“…Wilberforce University is a very family oriented institution. Its atmosphere is just above average, having both good and bad times. The campus facilities are moderate but comforting.” – Dahrion from Southfield, MI

“…Lake Erie College is a private school that is full of life. The teachers are always available and want each student to succeed. On a scale of 1-10 (10 being the best) I give Lake Erie College a 12!” – Stephanie from Dublin, OH

“…hocking is a wonderful school, especially for nursing students. i chose this school because they have a one hundred percent passing rate on their bar exams. i would choose this school all over again if i had to redo it. ” – Amber from Lancaster, OH

“…The campus is safe, clean and very welcoming. The professors are easy going, and very helpful, understanding, ready for you to be a part of the college family.The students are friendly, easy to approach, will help you when asked.” – Shay from Flushing, OH

“…Hiram is a terrific place for meeting new people, that is my favorite part about the college. No matter what type of personality fits you best, whether you are athletic, outgoing, or shy, you will find the right group for you that will make your...” – Rima from Youngstown

“…This school is a good one. I've gone to several different schools and this is my favorite one so far. I would rate them high.” – Amanda from Bidwell, OH

“…Wilmington College is a small Quaker liberal arts college in South-central Ohio. Its faculty and stuff are dedicated to helping students succeed and make a difference in the world. The college is a perfect choice for any student who is looking for...” – Megan from Batavia, OH

“…Lorain County Community College is an excellent stepping stone for those who want to save money while getting a good start in they're college education. A year or two here will prepare you for whatever future you choose, whether its continuing your...” – Mariah from Lorain, OH

“…the teachers are very nice and helpful. the campus is a good size, so everything is easily accessible. it is a fine place to start college and earn your beginning credits. ” – Erika from Chesterland, OH

“…i am an online franklin student, and i love it. i love the support - i have an academic adviser, a student adviser and a peer adviser. i feel like i have all the tools i need to be successful and supported.” – Elizabeth from Worthington, OH

“…it is a great place if you want to be part of a smaller size college that values your input to the university as a student. the campus is beautiful and you get the longest walk to one of your classes of 5 minutes. class sizes are small and professors...” – Joshua from Kidron, OH

“…The Cleveland Institute of Art is a very unorthodox campus. Its students are varied and unique, and not afraid to let their true personalities shine. ” – Adam from Strongsville, OH

“…a great college that is academically challenging and passionately catholic. most of the professors that teach here, permanent or adjunct are top in their field of study and they very kind and willing to help whomever comes their way. the atmosphere...” – Catherine from Steubenville, OH

“…lourdes is a very friendly, accepting, and easy-going school that has staff and students that are always willing to lend a helping hand. it's main ideals are to create a community of learning, reverence, and service and they truly do so! lourdes...” – Ellen from Toledo, OH

“…i feel ohio dominican is a very welcoming and challenging school. it pushes the limits of one's education beyond school work to the spirituality of a person. it is a great place to learn and discover who you are and explore your options with...” – Meredith from Galion, OH

“…I am very impressed with the orientation and ease of starting college at this school. I enjoyed the test days for scholarships they provided, with touring of the school. This has been a great experience so far with beginning college.” – Greg from Boynton Beach, FL

“…Good Community College. Nice small campus, easy to navigate. Small class size and lots of personal attention from instructors.” – Michelle from Norton, OH

“…Rewarding educational experience” – Erica from Massillon, OH

“…Clark State is truly a college that has your best interest in mind. They make sure they are advising you to take the right classes in order to graduate on time, they have many different majors, and they try to make a schedule that best fits your...” – Amanda from Beavercreek, OH

“…The AAC is by far one of the most artistic places I have ever seen. They want you to grow in your own vision, not a cloan trained classicly. Freedom, expression, and originality are the best three words to describe the AAC.” – Douglas from Milford, OH

“…The College of Mount St Joseph is a college that has a great teacher to student ratio (about 1:20). The staff and faculty are supportive of the students. It is away from downtown Cincinnati so there is a calmer atmosphere.” – Jeffrey from Milford, OH

“…Cincinnati Christian University prizes community over everything else. The school takes pride in being well connected and well networked throughout christian community. The school has excellent courses from professors with excellent insight.” – Jerry from Lawrence, MA

“…The university of Akron is a great place to be with its friendly campus. There are alot of places to get help with any of your question. Everything you want and need is very close by.” – De'Angelo from Willoughby, OH

“…Small class sizes, personalized attention and great friends! Clinical experience is awesome and the instructors are always there to help! Mount Carmel teaches us the right way and the right way first so we are the most prepared graduates in the field...” – Trisha from Columbus, OH

“…Miami University-Hamilton is a great environment for students just starting out with college. The staff is ready and willing to help out whenever you need it. Miami University-Hamilton also provides tons of ways for the student body to get together...” – Allison from Hamilton, OH

“…EGCC has many diversified programs for everyone from nursing to education to office administration. EGCC has excellent instructors willing to go the extra mile to help their students excel in each course. The staff and advisors assist the students...” – Kelly from Middlefield, OH

“…North Central is affordable and close to home. I love the small class sizes. The professors are also wonderful. NCSC has many opportunities to get involved. ” – Student Nurse

“…I have completely enjoyed my first 2 years at CCAD. I have found the professors and staff at CCAD to be caring and strive to help me grow as an artist. Columbus College of Art and Design is the top school in the nation for arts studies...........now...” – Amanda from West Chester, OH

“…the professors are outstanding. they really care about their students and make their selfs avalible for extra help. the college is an amazing place to be.” – Athena from Alexandria, KY

“…I would rate Washington State Community College, at a 8 out of 10. Simply because the teachers don't have a lot of experience. However, I am learning about what I enjoy!” – Megan from Belpre, OH

“…Kettering College is absolutely one of the best college's I've ever attending. They truly care about their students and do a lot to make sure everything is going great. The smaller classes and focus on health care makes them one of the best college...” – Jessica from Dayton, OH

Belmont College
Saint Clairsville, OH

“…Belmont College is an excellent local college. Belmont College students and faculty make you feel welcomed. You are truly accepted here at Belmont.” – Derek

“…I love going to this community college because it is convenient. I also like the teachers. I would tell anyone to go to this college.” – Chelsie from Defiance, OH

“…I give the school four stars!!! The school has amazing resources, almost fro every subject enrolled. There is an option to meet with your instructor for academic assistance, they take time to know their students. Resources include library, books on...” – Muriel from Columbus, OH

“…marion technical college is a great place to get a 2 yr degree or begin the first 2 years of a bachelor's degree. it is a small campus where people are friendly. the professors are helpful and want to see students succeed.” – Ann from Delaware, OH

“…the campus is great its small and makes you fell at home if you come from a small town. the athletics are amazing along with the coaches. also, the teachers seem very helpful when it come to the students and their school work. Even though the classes...” – Brionna from London, OH

“…Miami Middletown is very awarding and prestigious to the student who will take advantage of it in a positive way. Miami Middletown is a great place for many opportunities and extra curricular activities. If you're an organized, smart person, you will...” – Amanda from Franklin, OH

“…osu-newark has one of the most beautifulest campuses. its a small campus but serves you for your needs. it's in a nice and peaceful location.” – Brittany from Columbus, OH

“…I love Mercy College. I would give it a 10 out of 10. Everything is perfect for me there.” – Emily from Monclova, OH

“…Zane State is a small school and this allows for smaller class rooms so that the instructors are able to take more time with each student. Everyone at Zane State is very helpful.” – Surena from Zanesville, OH

“…The Ohio State University Agricultural Technical Institute is the most helpful and welcoming college that I have ever dealt with. SOAR, the orientation program, is probably the most reassuring and helpful program that I have experienced. The faculty...” – Emily from Lebanon, OH

“…Kent State Univ. at Stark is homey. Kent State Univ. at Stark is welcoming. Kent State Univ. at Stark is professional.” – Christian from Twinsburg, OH

“…ohio state university-lima campus is a great start to anyone's college experience. the campus is small but everyone is so friendly and willing to help you out. the classes are average sized and the professors are wonderful.” – Kara from Beavercreek, OH

“…Kent State University Ashtabula is a small but very friendly and knowledgeable place to attend. The staff has high expertise in their field, and since class sizes are small there is always room to ask questions. Professors are always available to...” – Branden from Conneaut, OH

“…the ohio state university at mansfield has provided me with the opportunity to ease into furthering my education after high school. i was scared to go to college because the change between high school and this was so drastic. osu at mansfield...” – Caylee from Ashland, OH

“…tri-c is a good school to attend, even better if you have no idea what to do. tri-c will help student figure that out. they also help students not fall behind with many tutors. ” – Theresa from Lakewood, OH

“…UC: Blue Ash is a great option for both traditional (straight from HS) and non-traditional students. I've attended the school as both - for both of my degrees. It's affordable, convenient, and the class sizes are small with excellent professors. ” – Amanda from Cincinnati, OH

“…Edison is a great place to start your college education. It is a cheaper way to get your general credits, and transferring is made easy with many universities that partner with Edison. Every day is a new adventure, the campus is big enough to meet...” – Victoria from Piqua, OH

“…I love it! The instructors are knowledgeable. The curriculum is up to date and valid.” – Catherine from Sandusky, OH

“…Great beginner college but with few bachelor degrees available, one must be ready to finish at Main Campus in Dayton or transfer to another local college/university. Class sizes are usually small unless it's a general education course then can have...” – Stephanie from Saint Marys, OH

“…dsdas” – Girish from India

“…The atmosphere at my school is absolutely amazing. The teachers here do take their time out to help students in need. This college is also very affordable, and close to home.” – Christina from Oak Hill, OH

“…This campus is a great learning environment. Students and professors are very helpful and personable. It is a small campus with small classes; a great place if you are looking for a more personalized educational experience.” – Jennifer from Loveland, OH

Antioch College
Yellow Springs, OH

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