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Discover your promise at Ohio University without having to leave home! Even if you cannot attend classes at any of the six Ohio University campuses, you can become an Ohio University online degree completion student through one of our Community College Partners and experience the environment, the people, the opportunities, and the quality education that are Ohio University! Become an Ohio University Bobcat – meet YOUR potential and reach YOUR dreams.

Our Community College Partners are as follows:

  • Ashland Community and Technical College - Ashland, Kentucky
  • Central Ohio Technical College - Newark, Ohio
  • Cincinnati State Technical & Community College - Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Clark State Community College - Springfield, Ohio
  • Columbus State Community College - Columbus, Ohio
  • Cuyahoga Community College - Cleveland, Ohio
  • Eastern Gateway Community College - Steubenville, Ohio
  • Edison Community College - Piqua, Ohio
  • Hocking College - Nelsonville, Ohio
  • Lorain County Community College - Elyria, Ohio
  • Marion Technical College - Marion, Ohio
  • Mountwest Community & Technical College - Huntington, WV
  • North Central State College - Mansfield, Ohio
  • Owens Community College - Toledo, Ohio
  • Sinclair Community College - Dayton, Ohio
  • Stark State College - North Canton, Ohio
  • Terra State Community College - Fremont, Ohio
  • Washington State Community College - Marietta, Ohio
  • Partnerships with community colleges provide a means by which students can build on their associate degree by taking courses from both Ohio University and their community college to complete a bachelor's degree from Ohio University. The collaboration helps to meet the diverse and unique needs of working professionals who want to advance their education…and their careers.

    Online Degree Completion

    Ohio University is dedicated to providing opportunities for high-quality higher education to residents across Ohio. The online degrees help the university deliver on that promise, bringing baccalaureate degree completion programs to students where they live and work!

    Any student with an associate degree, who meets program application requirements, may apply to earn an online completion degree. Students can complete some courses through their community college while earning an Ohio University bachelor’s degree online, or finish all courses for the bachelor's degree online from OHIO.

    Click on the appropriate link above to visit your community college's page listing degree programs included in the partnership. If you have graduated from and are still located near one of our Community College Partners, transfer equivalencies are already charted for you.

    If you are not located near or did not graduate from one of our Community College Partners, you can still take advantage of the Online Degree Completion Program through an individual degree plan. When you apply and submit transcripts, you will be provided with information about what courses you will need to take based on the courses you transfer from your previous education. E-mail ecampus@ohio.edu or call 888.502.8989 for more information on this option.

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    Four Academic Programs Offered!


    Bachelor of Criminal Justice
    Designed for those who have completed an associate degree in a related field, such as criminal justice or law enforcement, this degree enhances ability to advance a career.


    Bachelor of Science in Applied Management
    Intended for those who have completed an associate degree or two-year degree program and want to build knowledge and skills for advancement in the field of management.


    Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-to-BSN)
    A degree program designed especially for registered nurses (RNs) who want to further their educations and advance their careers by earning a bachelor's degree in nursing.

    Learn more about the RN-to-BSN degree.


    Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies
    A degree for those who have already completed an associate degree in any technical field (AAS, AAB, or ATS) and want to build on that foundation to earn a baccalaureate degree.

    Learn more about the BTAS degree.

    Available Fall 2014-15

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