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Take a LOOK at the place
  • Athens is the classic residential college town with rolling hills, tree-lined brick streets, and Georgian architecture.

  • Get in the game at OHIO. From varsity athletics to intramural sports, our students work hard and play hard.

  • Cutler Hall, on the College Green, is one of the oldest buildings on OHIO’s campus. The first university in the Northwest Territory, OHIO was established in 1804.

  • Ohio University faculty inspire, engage, and challenge students to create the best student-centered learning community in America.

  • Nearly 7,600 students live in 42 residence halls on the Athens campus.

  • The cherry trees that line the Hocking River were donated to OHIO by Japanese sister school Chubu University.

  • OHIO proudly boasts six men’s and 10 women’s NCAA Division I teams.

  • Galbreath Chapel, on the College Green, is used by people of all faiths for prayer, weddings, lectures, concerts, and exhibits.

  • With the help of dedicated faculty, OHIO undergraduates get involved in research and creative activity.

  • OHIO’s Marching 110 is known as the most exciting band in the land.

The place where you live, learn, and grow is important. At OHIO, you are surrounded by beauty, more than 200 years of history, and the legacy of 200,000 alumni who have come before you. Explore the spirit of OHIO that inspires students to discover their potential.

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