As an integral part of the Ohio University Lancaster Campus, 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. Whether you are a recent high school graduate who wants to attend a school close to home or a working adult wanting to complete a degree, the Pickerington Center may be just the place for you!
Students attending the Pickerington Center of the Lancaster Campus can begin their college career with the intent of re-locating to the Lancaster or Athens Campus. Students may complete a limited number of Associates or Bachelor's degrees without leaving the center. The center is also host to a number of graduate degree programs. (For specific information concerning graduate programs, contact University Outreach.) Students attending the Pickerington Center are Lancaster Campus students and can participate in any or all activities, events and athletics at either campus.
Ohio University Pickerington Center is proud to serve this area on behalf of the Lancaster Campus. Stop in and see us. We will be happy to talk with you about reaching your educational goals!
Leigh Atkinson, Ph. D.
Director, Pickerington Center
Issac Duncan is one of the March Students of the Month at Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington. Duncan is majoring in Specialized Studies Deaf Communication. He is an officer in the OUL American Sign Language Club and has been on overseas missions in Africa.
Nicole Roberts is one of the Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington Students of the Month for March. Her major is History. Nicole interned at the Fairfield Heritage Association. She also has been on OUL's dean's list.
Nick Ramsey studied abroad last fall. He is from Pickerington and he did his student teaching in Perth, Australia. Ramsey wrote a blog about his experience that is posted on the website.
Melanie Garrabrant is the coordinator for the Testing Center and proctors and schedules exams for students. In addition to her testing responsibilities, she assists with recruiting and retaining adult, non-traditional students to the Pickerington Center.
Dr. Mark Nevin, assistant professor of history, presentied at the Society for U.S. Intellectual History Conference in Irvine, California. He gave a paper entitled "Taking Democracy off the Streets: Elites, Polls, and the Making of the Silent Majority."
Leigh Atkinson is the director of the Pickerington Center. She has a Ph. D. in higher education from Ohio University. Atkinson is also the chairperson for the National Association of Branch Campus Administrators Conference.
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