Ohio Dominican University is a private, 4-year institution established in the city of Columbus. The college utilizes a unique core curriculum which consists of four seminars that revolve around one deep, philosophical question per year. Students attending ODU have a number of special program options for their college experience, such as the 4+1 programs, which allow students to graduate within five years with two degrees, or the Early Assurance programs, which allow students the opportunity to gain acceptance into graduate programs before graduating. The campus is home to a variety of academic facilities for student use, including the Bishop James A. Griffin Student Center, the Spangler Learning Center, and the Wehrle Gallery.
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 education.
Meredith from Galion, OH
The instructors care about you and encourage your individual skills. They create an atmosphere perfect for growth and preparation for your chosen career. The community of students vary in age, race and religion.