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Resources for Specific Populations

School Counselor Resources

Ohio University Undergraduate Admissions values the role that secondary-school counselors play in the college search and admission processes. Our goal is to be as helpful to you and your students as possible.

Find detailed school counselor resources


Campus Safety Resources

Ohio University is committed to assisting all members of the campus community in providing for their own safety and security.

Find information about Ohio University's police department Review Ohio University's Clery Report (PDF)


Multicultural Resources

OHIO offers special visit programs for prospective multicultural students as well as other resources to help you make your college decision.

Find resources for multicultural students


International Resources

Get the information you need about academics at OHIO as well as visas, travel to Athens, housing, orientation, and more.

Find detailed resources for international students


Accessibility Resources

Countless students with disabilities have graduated from Ohio University. Student Accessibility Services exists to ensure equal opportunity and access for all members of the OHIO community.

Student Accessibility Services


Veterans and Military Resources

Ohio University has been named a Military Friendly School by G.I. Jobs. Courses taken while in the armed services will, in most cases, earn you Ohio University Credit.

Get detailed info on credit for armed forces courses

Veterans and Military Student Services Center


LGBT Resources

Campus Pride Index gives OHIO four stars as an LGBTQ-friendly campus.The OHIO community is inclusive and supportive of sexual orientation and gender identity.

Ohio University LGBT Center


Resources for Women

OHIO is committed to a safe, supportive, and inclusive environmental for all women of the community.

Ohio University Women's Center


Dual Enrollment Resources

Ohio University's College Credit Plus (CC+) program can help secondary students earn college credit and satisfy high school graduation requirements at the same time by taking college-level courses.

OHIO dual enrollment programs