Pickerington Center Degrees and Programs
The degrees listed below can be completed at the Pickerington Center in their entirety. The center also provides access to the beginning requirements for many degrees that can be completed at the Lancaster Campus, within the Ohio University system, or at other colleges or universities.
Associate Degree Programs Offered in Pickerington
Bachelors Degree Programs in Pickerington
Ohio University graduate degrees are now closer than ever for residents across Ohio and beyond its borders. Ohio University colleges are making high-quality graduate programs designed for the working professional — with flexible schedules
, delivered at nearby locations as cohort programs, fully online through eCampus as well as through technology-enhanced delivery.
Please visit the eCampus web page for more information.
Pamela A. Kaylor, Ph.D., associate lecturer of communication studies at the Lancaster Campus and COIL Fellows from two other Ohio University regional campuses participated in a weeklong training.
Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington students Alyssa Green and Chris Barlow have been selected as the February students of the month.
Earn $18-$20.00 per hour - Contact Professor Hoyt (email@example.com) for information and an application. For priority considerations applications are due by February 26th.
High School seniors and their parents are invited to attend College Goal Sunday at the Ohio University Lancaster campus at 2 p.m., February 14 in Brasee Hall.
Instructional Librarian Paul Clayton Campbell and Mark Nevin, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, listened to the faculty at Ohio University Lancaster who desired an informal outlet for pedagogical discourse.