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 nursing program received a state-of-the-art Apollo simulator which simulates real-life scenarios for nursing students.
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.
The documentary was shown at OUC to highlight the work still needed to be done towards gaining equal rights for women.
OUC Students Emily Richards & Drew Brown attended the national conference to share their experiences at Chillicothe High School.
Ohio University Chillicothe hosted a diversity discussions event on campus Feb. 21 to engage students and faculty in talks centered around dynamic workforce environments and the role diversity plays in them.
We discuss the upcoming Spring semester Film Festival with Dr. Tony Vinci, which kicks off on Feb. 22 at 6 p.m.
Dean's List recipients for fall semester 2016-17.
Dean Tuck discusses the College Credit Plus program at OUC.
Students gain valuable training & experience through OTEC internships
New course offering shines light on the future of activism for college students.