How do you Oh-Wooo?
Make the most of every opportunity. Double major in chemistry and art. Nab a grant to study sustainability in Taiwan. Lead a campus organization. Spend spring break volunteering in El Salvador – and go back for the summer. Intern at the National Archives in Washington, D.C.
At OWU, students are always hungry for more: more knowledge, more experiences, more opportunities. Classes are just the beginning. Programs like our OWU Connection bring together your studies and experiences that can power your future, from travel study to research to internships and beyond.
Is that your brain growling? Dig in.
When planning a campus visit, make sure to check out University Hall. There's a flag hanging for each country represented in the student body.
Use a Planner. Contrary to popular belief, a planner is not constricting and will probably leave you feeling more organized and self-assured. After planning becomes a habit, you won't miss commitments and you will find yourself with more time than before. Click below for more tips from the Sagan Academic Resource Center.More tips
What is UC 160?
We call it the OWU EXPERIENCE. It's a first-semester class that gives you a taste of all the possibilities open to you. You'll work with a faculty mentor to map out your four years at OWU to be sure you take advantage of all the opportunities ahead of you. From here, the choice is yours.More information
Saturday, April 28, 2018
A visit day designed for high school freshmen, sophomores, and juniors. An excellent opportunity to get a first look at OWU. Activities include campus tours, information sessions on various topics, a chance to interact with faculty, coaches, and current OWU students…and so much more.
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Delaware, Ohio 43015