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You have promise, a great deal of potential, and a future just waiting to be developed. We're ready with the people, programs, experiences, and facilities to help you discover your promise.
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Ohio University Southern Campus and Proctorville Center offer a quality education that's affordable and convenient with the power and recognition of a major university and the comfort of a small college.

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Learning for Life
Besides the increase in your earnings over a lifetime, a college education prepares you for life. You'll be ready for on-the-job training and more education. You'll be more confident in your communications. And you can't put a price on the sense of accomplishment and self-esteem that come from earning your degree.

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Personal Attention
Imagine taking most of your classes from professors who have earned the highest degrees possible in their fields. Ohio University Southern and Proctorvill faculty conduct research, publish books, and present papers all over the world. Faculty in our technology programs bring real-world experience to their classrooms and labs. Our faculty members care about you and are readily accessible.
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Class sizes are small, assuring that you receive personal attention.
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Ohio University Southern and Ohio University Proctorville Center offers a wide variety of classes, degrees, and programs. Click here to learn about them.
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Admission Information
To enroll as a student at Ohio University Southern Campus, a student must have a high school diploma or GED. The Southern Campus has no deadline for admission during any semester; however, prospective students are advised to begin the application process as soon as possible so that they may be given important dates and deadlines in a timely manner.
 
For more information, including freshman applicants and transfer students, click here

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Financial Aid and FAFSA
Students can also apply for other financial aid opportunities by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.fafsa.gov each year after January 1st.

By completing the FAFSA, students can apply for the Federal Pell Grant, Ohio College Opportunity Grant, federal student loans, work-study, and other types of aid. For first consideration of federal campus based aid at Ohio University, students
should file the FAFSA no later than February to meet the first priority deadline of March 15.
When completing the FAFSA, use school code: 003103 for Ohio University Southern.
Click here for more information on financial aid at Ohio University Southern.
 
 
High School Visitation Days
You are cordially invited to visit the Ohio University Southern Campus. We encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity to talk with students, staff, and faculty, tour the campus, and experience the campus firsthand.­
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To register for a campus visit, please contact:
Robert Pleasant
Phone: 740.533.4608
pleasanr@ohio.edu
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Placement Testing
All new, incoming freshmen (and transfer students who have not taken freshman-level math and/or English) must take the Placement Test. The Placement Test will examine a student's math, English, and reading skills. Academic advisors will use the results of this test to place students in the proper courses. The placement test requires advanced registration at no charge. No calculators are permitted.
Click here for more information on placement testing at Ohio University Southern.
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Orientation
Orientation is designed to acquaint new students with the Campus. Click here­ to learn more about new student orientation at Ohio University Southern.

Ohio University Southern
1804 Liberty Ave.
Ironton , Ohio 45638
Tel: 740-533-4600
southern.admissions@ohio.edu

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