Ohio University offers all students the chance to explore the university's diverse opportunities for academic enrichment and cultural learning. Click the links below to find out more about Ohio University's tradition of excellence.
Planning for College
Not sure what you need to do to prepare for college admission? Here you will find information to help you select the college or university that is best for you.
Multicultural Recruitment Programs
Are you thinking about attending Ohio University? Would you like the inside scoop on campus visitation? Undergraduate Admissions with assistance from the Ohio University Recruiting Society provides multicultural students opportunities to visit campus by sponsoring exciting and informative programs.
If you have an interest in a particular major offered at Ohio University, it is a good idea to get in touch with that academic department directly. College representatives can help you find out who to contact to learn more about academics, upcoming special events and programs, and student organizations.
Multicultural Student Organizations
Check out some of our multicultural student organizations to learn just some of the ways you can get involved on campus.
The Office of Multicultural Programs
This office offers a diverse range of educational, recreational, social and cultural opportunities. Services include the following:
- Support systems to address academic, social, and individual needs of minority students
- Advising and networking for Multicultural Student Organizations
- Sponsorship and involvement in planning professional, educational, and cultural programs such as the annual KWANZAA celebration, Black History Month, Hispanic Heritage Month, Native American Awareness Week, Asian American Awareness Week, Hispanic Scholars Support Program, Mind, Body & Soul- The Sister Series and various leadership development conferences
Located on the second floor of Baker University Center, the center includes a community lounge, an art gallery, a multi-purpose room, a computer lab, a resource library, and offices for students and staff. Activities include art exhibits, musical and literary presentations, workshops, lectures, small group sessions, panel discussions, and leadership development activities.
Additional Campus Resources
Designed for first year multicultural students, the first phase of LINKS is a two to three-day summer program in which students learn about campus resources, meet students and staff and discuss adjustment issues. The second phase continues throughout the student's first year and offers study tables, peer advising and tutoring services.
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