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Admissions Presentation

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Jasmine Arnold

on 19 June 2013

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Welcome to University
About Ohio University

Located in Athens, Ohio
17,007 undergraduate students on the Athens campus
More than 250 undergraduate programs
910+ full-time faculty (Athens campus)
19:1 student to faculty ratio
34 student average class size
42 residence halls (South, East, and West) housing nearly 7,300 students
420+ registered student organizations
28 fraternities and sororities
More than 1,700 students from other countries
209 buildings on nearly 1,800 acres
16 NCAA Division I teams in the Mid-American Conference
Average freshman total need-based gift aid: $6,141

Ohio University has approximately 4,065 spaces available for incoming freshmen. With more than 250 majors and programs from which to choose, you can find your major at OHIO!
Diversity Scholarships are Available
Get Involved!
We support more than 400 registered student organizations. Organizations exist in interest areas such as the Arts, Cultural, Governing, Health Related, Honorary, International, Media, Political, Professional, Programming, Recreational, Religious, Residence Hall, Community Service, Social Fraternity and Sorority, Social Justice, and Special Interest.
What's Next?
Finding your major/minor

9 undergraduate colleges to choose from...
•College of Arts and Sciences
•College of Business
•College of Fine Arts
•College of Health Sciences and Professions
•Honors Tutorial College
•Patton College of Education
•Russ College of Engineering and Technology
•Scripps College of Communication
•University College

A beautiful campus that will become your second home
Templeton Scholars Program
through the Office for Multicultural Student Access and Retention
Urban Scholars Program
Appalachian Scholars Program
King Chavez Parks Scholars Program
The Ohio University Incentive Award Program
Fees and Expenses
The following is an estimated Ohio University Cost of Attendance for an undergraduate attending full-time on the Athens campus for fall and spring semesters
Gateway Award Program
The Gateway Award Program is applicable to first-year students who are new to the Athens campus of Ohio University in fall 2013.

Eligibility is based on a sliding scale of academic merit, as determined by g.p.a. and either the ACT composite or SAT math and critical reading scores from any test date (writing subscore not included for ACT or SAT) on file by the deadline and financial need, as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Gateway Excellence Scholarship
Gateway Scholarship
Gateway Grant
Gateway Trustee Award
Ohio University Bobcat Grant
Four-year renewable scholarships valued at in-state tuition. To be eligible, students must earn a minimum g.p.a. of 3.0 (4.0 scale), AND either a minimum ACT composite score of 32 or a combined math and critical reading SAT score of at least 1400.
Four-year renewable scholarship based on academic merit. Award amounts vary. *See the for award values
Four-year renewable grant based on a sliding scale of both academic merit and need. Award amounts vary.
Four-year renewable discount of $6,000 applied to the non-Ohio resident surcharge. To be eligible, students must earn a minimum g.p.a. of 3.0 (4.0 scale), AND either a minimum ACT composite score of 25 or a combined math and critical reading SAT score of at least 1130.
Awarded to students with the highest need as demonstrated by the FAFSA, without merit consideration.
3.0 36 1580 - 1600 Full In-State Tuition
3.0 35 1530 - 1570 Full In-State Tuition
3.0 34 1500 - 1520 Full In-State Tuition
3.0 33 1450 - 1490 Full In-State Tuition
3.0 32 1400 - 1440 Full In-State Tuition
3.0 31 1360 - 1390 $4,000
3.0 30 1320 - 1350 $2,000
3.0 29 1280 - 1310 $1,500
3.0 28 1240 - 1270 $1,000
3.0 27 1200 - 1230 $750
3.0 26 1170 - 1190 $500
3.0 25 1130 - 1160 $500
Min. G.P.A
(Math + Critical Reading)
Gateway Scholarship
Annual Amount
Monthly Payment Plans are available
Work Study/ Student Employment
How can I afford this?
What else can I do around campus?
Enjoy playing sports or just watching?
Here at Ohio University we have numerous opportunities when it comes to athletics.
>Varsity Level
>Club Sports
>Intramural Sports
Played in a band in High School?

Student Organizations
The Marching 110 is one of the finest marching bands in the country, the Marching 110 represents Ohio University at athletic events, parades and festivals around the nation.
We hope that you will choose Ohio University, and we look forward to seeing how you will make a difference in the OHIO tradition.
*Complete Application
*Submit Application Fee
*Have your counselor complete the Counselor Form
*Send in Transcripts
*Send test scores (SAT and ACT) to the University

Application Materials Should be sent to:
Undergraduate Admissions
Chubb Hall 120
1 Ohio University
Athens OH 45701
Retention Rate
Established in 1804, Ohio University is the oldest public institution of higher learning in the state of Ohio and the first in the Northwest Territory. Admission to Ohio University is granted to the best-qualified applicants as determined by a selective admission policy.

79% Freshman to Sophomore
Support Services
Writing Center
Math Center
Supplemental Instruction (SI) Sessions
Tutoring Services
College Adjustment Program (CAP)
Online Study Skills

What if I need help?
Academic Advancement Center
New Programs Underway
Rankin Scholarship
Carthen Leaders of Tomorrow
Be Apart of LINKS!
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