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Ohio, United States
Ohio University (popularly known as ‘Ohio’) is a residential public university in Athens, United States. Established in 1804, it is the oldest university in Ohio. Major courses taught in the university are arts, sciences, business, health sciences, education, engineering and technology, communication, and medicine. Ohio's undergraduate program in Business and Masters and program in Sports Administration are quite well-known. They can boast of having over 2,40,000 alumni; one of them being Nobel Prize Winner, Sir Venkataraman Ramakrishnan.
*Average tuition fee is only an indicator of the estimate annual cost for Law courses at Ohio Russ. Course specific tuition fee may vary and it's best to refer to the university's [official website]. An estimate of the average tuition fee at Ohio University in Indian Rupees is INR 15,59,000 as of 5 Dec 2019.
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Home to Ohio University and Hocking College, Athens County is nestled deep in the Appalachian foothills of Southeast Ohio. The lively arts and music scene entertains locals and visitors alike all year round. The eclectic shopping and dining scene is a result of the presence of a large university and rich Appalachian heritage. Hunting, kayaking, bouldering, hiking, cycling, and mountain biking are just some of the most popular outdoor activities.
Recipients of scholarships could be high-achieving students or those in multicultural or underrepresented populations, as well as students who have shown leadership potential in school, community, personal, or athletic activities. For in-state students, the cost may be about $26000 and for out-state students, it will be around $36000. It is said that the average freshman gift aid is $5800. There are various graduate assistantships that one may apply to.
Andrew Alford (honorary), an inventor; Timothy D. Korson, a software engineer and Harold M. Manasevit, a materials scientist are a few notable alumni from this Institution.
Overlooking the Hocking River, the rural campus of Ohio Universities spread across 1830 acres and is largely divided into four parts. The first part is called College Green, there is a central quadrilateral lawn which surrounds significant campus buildings around it: Manasseh Cutler Hall is a registered national landmark, the Arts and Sciences building, McGuffey Hall and the College Gateway, these four buildings being featured in the 200- year-old logo of the university. John Calhoun Baker University Center, a five story huge facility is located towards the east of these structures. It has an endearing food court (West 82), a pub (Latitude 39) a Grand Ballroom, The Honors Collegium, a 400-capacity theatre, conference rooms, bakeries, etc. The library of the university is called Vernon Alden Library which has 2.3 million units of microfilms and 3 million volumes of books.
The East Green campus comprises of the twelve residential halls and South Green has twenty-four residential halls and including a football stadium (Peden Stadium), a hockey ground (Bird Arena) and the university’s swimming and diving facility (Aquatic Center). The South side also has the Charles Ping Center which is one of the largest recreational facilities in the country having multiple basketball courts, gymnasiums, climbing walls, indoor running track, etc. There are eight residences and various college buildings (including a few more athletic venues) on the West Green side of the university. Ohio is at times referred as one of the most beautiful residential campus in America.
All freshmen at Ohio University have to compulsorily live on campus and the rest can choose as per what is more feasible and also in terms of availability. The on-campus housing capacity overall is 8330 spread across 41 residence halls. Some of the most known dorms at Ohio University campus are New Dorms (Tanaka being the best) on South Green, Bromley Hall, The Front Four on South Green, Johnson Hall on East Green and Convocation Center. There are good residential halls on West Green too called Boyd, Treudley and James. On campus housing shall cost about $14,000 per year while off-campus housing will be about $12,000 per year.
This has to be one of the most challenging aspects of Ohio. The weather can be really harsh with unbearable cold. On the other side, summers are short and mild. The worst part could be the possibility of tornadoes. In general, the place is very windy.
Ohio University has about 1000 full-time faculty members with faculty to student ratio being 1:18. The class sizes are small, which is great. An average class at Ohio would have about 30 students. Some of the popular professors are Harvey Ballard (Biology), Frank Ballone (Mathematics), Chauncey Joyce (Finance), Keith Markman (Psychology), etc. The journalism department is deeply appreciated. Every student gets a mentor and an advisor, a case which is beneficial for international students.
On an average, students earn $39,500 after graduating from Ohio University. Being a rural or semi-urban campus, internships are generally away from the university. One can apply for work while study where there are multiple options. There are various seminars and workshops and one-on-one coaching happening throughout the year at the Career Center of Ohio University.
Being in the oldest university of a place like Ohio is an interesting situation to be in. If you are mentally ready to settle for a small town setting, this place won’t disappoint you because then you won’t be expecting a high socializing scene and would be happy with the good old Court Street in Athens. Students are largely happy with academics, extra-curricular activities; and there is a strong sense of community too.