If the levy passes, the state of Ohio would fund 32 percent of the construction.
The Board discussed the progress of the OHIO honors program and more.
Because of the introduction of the HCOM locations at the Dublin and Cleveland campuses, Spring 2019 is projected to have the highest number of graduates for the college.
Here’s what you need to know about the Board of Trustees meeting on Thursday.
The Board of Trustees will hear presentations on the College of Fine Arts and enrollment at its first meeting of the academic year.
With the Sook Center’s recent opening, most athletes and coaches are excited, but some professors are not.
Many athletes and coaches are excited for the public opening of the Sook Center, but some professors are not as enthused.
Ohio University Southern partners with Shawnee State University to help Appalachia Small Business Strategize.
Athens City School District is working to implement a new substance abuse prevention program at Athens Middle School.
The district will use a multi-pronged approach to educate administrators on Titles IX, VI and VII civil rights investigations.
Topics such as gender identity, sexual identity, healthy relationships and consent will be introduced to students in elementary school.
The outreach program — soon to be renamed Discovery Lab — gives kids access to hands-on educational activities.
Performance majors will choose between acting and musical theater tracks beginning in Fall 2019.
The amount of Ohio University students taking summer courses continues to remain at about 15,000.
OU is ranked No. 454 among all public and private universities in the U.S. by ‘The Wall Street Journal.’
There are 34,443 students enrolled at the Athens campus for Fall Semester.
Attorney General Mike DeWine wants to mandate tuition guarantees in universities and reduce student testing in K-12 public schoolsBy George Shillcock | Sep. 20, 2018
Both Mike DeWine and Richard Cordray want to regulate college tuition costs and reduce K-12 testing.
OU President Duane Nellis honored alumni and discussed the university’s past, present and future Tuesday.
Fewer college students want to become educators due to intense scrutiny, standardized testing and inadequate resources.