Upcoming Events

September 16th:
6pm The School of Fine Arts will be hosting a reception in The Ohio University Art Gallery (536 Seigfred Hall) for the Second Year Graduate Student Exhibition.
September 17th:


Café Conversation at The Front Room in Baker! Paschal Younge presents: "African Music, a big bowl of salad: the interdisciplinarity of the musical arts of Ghana." The first 50 people to arrive at 5pm receive a FREE cup of coffee!
September 23rd:
3:30pm TAD Workshop: Graduation will be located in Human Resources Training Center 254. This workshop is recommended for all students filing theses or dissertations. Please register by emailing tad@ohio.edu.
September 24th:
5pm Science Café at The Front Room in Baker! Ryan Fogt presents: "All Coupled Climate Models are Wrong, Some are Useful." The first 50 people to arrive at 5pm receive a FREE cup of coffee!
September 29th:
  Last day to apply for graduation for fall semester

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Ohio University holds a world of opportunity for students seeking high-quality graduate degrees.

200 + Years of Academic Excellence
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.

Nationally Ranked Graduate Programs
The university offers more than 188 master's and 58 doctoral programs.

Notable Graduate Alumni and Distinguished Faculty
More than 900 full-time faculty members lead these programs. The small student-to-faculty ratio ensures that graduate students can have a strong, one-on-one mentorship with world-renowned scholars.

Where is the Graduate College?
The college is located on the second floor of the Research and Technology Center, at the intersection of Richland Avenue, President Street and S. Congress Street.

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