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Honors Tutorial College

Allow your curiosity to take the lead in your education with flexible curriculum and one-on-one tutorials with renowned faculty. With 35 programs of study, you’ll choose a topic to study and dive in—even if there’s no such course at OHIO. As an HTC student, finding yourself in uncommon places is a common occurrence. We allow exceptional, driven, and intellectually curious students to pursue their passions and discover new interests through tailored, rigorous individual study—even if it falls outside of OHIO’s extensive course offerings.

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    Academics


    The HTC Tutorial Programs provide high-achieving students with flexibility to pursue their academic interests in intensive one-on-one and small-group tutorials with faculty. HTC students have few general education requirements, giving them autonomy to select courses from across the university to supplement their tutorials each semester. 

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    HTC Student Life


    HTC students are eager to get involved from the moment they arrive on campus. Honors and Scholars housing, hundreds of student organizations, employment options, and global opportunities help them feel right at home at Ohio University.

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    Scholarships and Funding


    From tuition scholarships to financial aid for research or study abroad, students in tutorial programs have a variety of funding available to support their academic exploration.

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Programs of Study
$51,360
Apx. 4-year value of the OHIO Premier Scholarship
1:1
Typical student-to-faculty ratio in a tutorial
$50,000
Dean’s funding awarded to HTC students annually

Honors Tutorial News

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November 23, 2022
Ohio University Executive Vice President and Provost Elizabeth Sayrs has named Beth Novak as the interim dean of the Honors Tutorial College.
November 16, 2022
Shiyong Wu took students to the American Society for Photobiology meeting this fall to showcase their research on ultraviolet exposure and basal cell skin cancer.
November 15, 2022
The Ohio University chapter of Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity sent 24 students to visit law schools across the state on Oct. 21-22.