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Students interested in attending Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington will get the chance to experience campus soon. They can sign up for a Visit Day throughout the 2015/16 school year.
It feels like school just started, but it’s already time for high school students to start thinking about the next step. The Lancaster City/Fairfield County College Fair will be held September 24 from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Brasee Hall Gym at OUL.
A guest artist will be performing with the OUL Theatre this November during the production of Neil Simon’s Barefoot in the Park. Anne Diehl will play the role of Mrs. Banks.
Ohio University Lancaster Assistant Professor of History Mark Nevin spoke to the Lancaster Sherman Rotary last week about President Richard Nixon and the Watergate scandal.
Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington will mark Patriot Day and Constitution Day on campus.
Categories : Events on Campus
The work of local, deaf artist Robert Wright will be on display in the Raymond S. Wilkes Gallery for the Visual Arts this fall.
Those who attend the next Covered Bridge Music Series show at Ohio University Lancaster may notice a few changes in the Wagner Theatre. The Wagner Theatre renovation project is underway.
Lisa Taylor, a lecturer in criminal justice and the law enforcement technology program coordinator, is featured in the summer edition of Ohio Today for refusing to let her inability to stand, stand in the way of further accomplishments.
An Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington student has been recognized for her work helping those in our community.
Alpha Phi Omega, a student service organization at Ohio University Lancaster, is holding a blood drive on campus next month in honor of former Administrative Specialist Merry Lee Walters. Walters passed away in May after a year-long battle with cancer.
Now that the first couple of days of the semester are behind us, it’s time to make sure students, faculty and staff will find out emergency information in a timely manner this academic year.
The first day of classes at Ohio University Lancaster was filled with food and information. Several student organizations had information tables in the North Lobby of Brasee Hall.
The chief executive officer of Gatehouse Media took classes at Ohio University Lancaster in the early 1980s. Gatehouse Media recently purchased the Columbus Dispatch.
Categories : Imagine Your Possibilities Student Success Stories
Are you a book person? Are you interested in memoirs, short essays, novels with strong characters, or biographies of maverick scientists? Do you like to talk about what you’re reading with other people?
Students at Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington can now load money to their student ID and use it like a pre-paid debit card in the Bobcat Bistro.
Categories : Students
Ohio University Lancaster Instructional Librarian/Instructional Designer Paul Clayton Campbell is giving his colleagues advice on how to face their fears and try new things.
The beginning of the school year is almost here. However, this time of year isn’t only for young people. The 60 + program gives senior citizens in the community a chance to take college classes for free.
Joe Piccolo’s first Lancaster Festival is now in the books, and Piccolo said he was very impressed with the Festival.
The second year of “So You Think You Can Teach?” will begin on Tuesday, August 25.
The Superintendent of the Fairfield County Educational Service Center (FCESC) has joined the Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington Coordinating Council. Dr. Marie Ward starts her term this fall.
Categories : Community