Events on Campus
The Ohio University Chillicothe Nursing program celebrated the accomplishments of its associate and bachelor degree students April 27, 2017 by holding a pinning ceremony for the program graduates.
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.
OUC students are hosting a two-part event focused on educating and informing the community about child abuse, human trafficking and drug abuse in Ross County.
OUC's theater program will present "Ghosts" beginning April 6 at 8 p.m. in Bennett Hall Auditorium.
Sarah Peters chose to focus her activism project, titled “The Other 97%” into an informative event focused on challenging falsehoods about Planned Parenthood.
The exhibit, titled Exchange, will open April 5th at 4 p.m. in the Patricia Scott Gallery at OUC.
Ohio University Chillicothe students Morgan Bivens, Tessa Byers, Vanessa Chandler and Leah Hollis organized a campus event centered around the issues of consent, sexual harassment and the importance of comprehensive sex education March 22, 2017.
The documentary was shown at OUC to highlight the work still needed to be done towards gaining equal rights for women.
OUC Student Theater Organization will present the play Saturday night in Bennett Hall Auditorium.
Ohio University Chillicothe will be hosting the Ohio Regional Campus Conference State championship tournament from Feb. 25 through 26 at the Shoemaker Center on OUC’s campus.
We discuss the upcoming Spring semester Film Festival with Dr. Tony Vinci, which kicks off on Feb. 22 at 6 p.m.
OUC graduates will be recognized Dec. 8.
OUC students launch 6th edition of Glass Enclosures
OUC Celebrates Heritage Day & 70th Anniversary Nov. 17, 2016