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 seeking 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.
For the health and safety of the OWU community, the admission staff, and our visitors, we will be offering limited on-campus visit options. Find out how to schedule your visit.
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.More tips
The president's name is...Rock?
Yep. And he prefers you stay on a first-name basis with him. He is active and present on campus and attends many student activities.Follow Rock
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.
OWU is just 30 minutes from Columbus, so it's easy to dig into all that the city has to offer, from pro sports and eclectic restaurants, to major concerts, art galleries, and shopping. Not to mention impressive internships and work experiences. It's no wonder the New York Times named it one of 52 places to go in 2019.Click here to see the 52 places to go in 2019
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