OHIO UNIVERSITY - CHILLICOTHE
Ohio University - Chillicothe provides information to the campus and community through several media. This page captures various news feeds, typically taken from the menu at your left. Please visit these news feeds for more stories and announcements. There, you will find:
➢ The OUC News Blog. Here, we offer news on campus happenings featuring our
faculty, staff, students, athletic teams, theater and art programs, and more. The OUC News Blog serves as our primary news delivery medium for the campus.
➢ The OUC Student Blog. At OUC, students matter and so do their perspectives and
voices. In the student blog, you will find periodic offerings made by present members of our student body.
➢ The OUC Experts Directory. Do you need a local speaker? Are you looking for
someone to consult for a news story? The new OUC experts directory lists faculty, staff, and administration with subject matter expertise in a given topic. Look for your next club speaker here.
➢ OU Athens Experts Directory. As part of the OU system of higher education, you
may also access additional expertise through the Athens campus.
➢ Alert Information. For emergency alerts and other critical safety matters, visit
➢ Class cancelations. For current class cancelations and for the procedures
used when canceling classes due to severe weather or other untoward events, check these pages.
OUC's Dr. Dywayne Nicely recently received the 2017 Association for University Regional Campuses of Ohio (AURCO) Journal Editor’s Choice award for his paper on Supplemental Instruction.
Dr. Diane Diekroger and Jack Everson are the recipients of the Rich Bebee Leadership Award for 2017.
The City of Chillicothe Mayor Luke Feeney and Ohio University Chillicothe’s graduating senior Danielle Ball will deliver remarks at this year’s Graduation Recognition Ceremony on April 28, 2017.
Teacher candidates from OUC participated in mock interviews with local administrators from area school districts. Through this unique partnership, students and administrators gained valuable experience in the interview and hiring processes.
Dr. Monica Hatfield Price, Ohio University Chillicothe Adjunct Professor of Communications, wants to help change the conversation about inequality in higher education today.