Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington students Bruce Robinson and Angie Hensler have been selected as the January students of the month.
Bruce Robinson is a communication studies major and member of Alpha Phi Omega and Lambda Pi Eta. He is an active member of OUL’s Drama club and serves as an intern with the Lighthouse Domestic Violence Center while working a part-time job at Noodles & Company.
Angie Hensler is a business management technology major and National honor society member with Phi Theta Kappa and Lambda Pi Eta. She served as past president of the Adults Belong in College student organization. Hensler currently works part-time as a student services assistant and has volunteered as a Red Cross blood drive coordinator.
Each month, Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington selects an outstanding student for the honor. As students of the month, winners receive a $50 gift certificate, a sweatshirt and a certificate signed by Dr. Jim Smith, Dean of the University as well as the president of Fairfield Federal Savings and Loan. Fairfield Federal sponsors the program.
Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington offers the close-knit feeling and sense of community found on a small campus with the resources and reputation of a nationally-renowned university. With a commitment to affordability with full-time tuition at approximately $5000 per year, it serves 2,500 traditional and nontraditional students each semester in associate's, bachelor's and master's degree programs at the Lancaster Campus and Pickerington Center.
Students can begin any of the more than 250 degrees Ohio University offers, and there are 12 bachelor's degrees and 13 associate’s degrees that can be completed at Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington. For additional information, visit www.ohio.edu/lancaster.