|Gateway to Success program to be held for first time on regional campus in Lancaster|
The Gateway to Success program will be held at the Ohio University Lancaster Campus this month, and it’s the first time the event has been held on a regional campus. Gateway to Success is a program which assists area high school students with disabilities who may be considering, or could benefit from, college or additional training after their high school graduation. It will be held on March 20 and 21.
|OHIO fleet turns over a new leaf|
Ohio University faculty, staff and students looking to rent a vehicle from the University’s motor pool now have one more green option at their fingertips, thanks to the recent purchase of a Nissan Leaf.
|OHIO alumna encourages students with her experiences|
As one of only six African American women in the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA), Ohio University alumna Renee Powell is often asked, “What do you think your legacy will be?” Her journey to discover her answer was part of the speech she shared with a crowd of about 50 people on Wednesday, Feb. 4.
|UCM releases annual communication report via video|
Each year, Ohio University Communications and Marketing recounts the department’s communications initiatives and efforts in the form of an annual report. But this year, the University community can view the report in a new format – an infographic video – to learn about UCM’s work to elevate the University’s national profile.
|Founders Day display to celebrate first OHIO graduates|
This year marks the 200th anniversary of the first graduates to receive degrees from Ohio University, and in honor of that milestone, this year’s Founders Day will commemorate the pioneering spirit of those first graduates with a display on the 5th floor of Alden Library.
|Lancaster Campus hosting College Goal Sunday this weekend|
Ohio University Lancaster is serving as a College Goal Sunday site for the third year in a row. College Goal Sunday is a free, state-wide event presented by the Ohio Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (OASFAA) and endorsed by the Ohio Board of Regents. There are locations in every county in the state for the event. It is held once a year so students and their families can receive assistance completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).