Pickerington – "Walk in Wednesdays" are underway at the Ohio University Pickerington Center this summer. It's a day for students interested in coming to school at the Pickerington Center to come in and ask questions.
"Since it is summer, we thought 'Walk in Wednesdays' would be a more casual approach to prospective students thinking about going to school," said Academic Advisor Phyllis Underwood.
"Walk in Wednesdays' run from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Prospective students can learn about admissions, degree information, and financial aid. They can also get a tour of campus.
"They can just walk in and there will be someone available to meet with them," said Underwood.
The Pickerington Center was established to serve the northwest quadrant of Fairfield County and the greater Columbus area. Students choose to attend the Pickerington Center for a number of reasons. Both recent high school graduates who want to attend a school close to home or working adults wanting to complete degrees attend classes at the Pickerington Center. They often go on to take courses at the Lancaster Campus or the Athens Campus.
Ohio University's Lancaster Campus and Pickerington Center are a critical gateway to education and opportunity for students and the community. Fourteen associate's degree and nine bachelor's degree majors are offered, along with four master's degree programs at the Pickerington Center.