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September 28, 2015 : Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington “Visit Days”
Lancaster – 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.
 
Enrollment and admissions officials at Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington encourage future college students to take the time to visit the campuses that they are considering.
 
“If a student has a strong interest in a particular college, they should visit,” said Lancaster Campus Admissions Representative Nate Thomas. “Seeing it first hand and talking with the people that will be helping you through the process is crucial.”
 
The Ohio University Lancaster Campus and Pickerington Center offer future students the opportunity to visit and ask questions. 
 
“We provide a campus overview and facilitate an admissions/enrollment procedures discussion. We talk about financial aid and scholarships; then we have our current students conduct a tour for our future students,” said Thomas. “We have students stay with us and complete their degrees.  We have students who do the first two years here and transfer to our main campus. They have 250 majors there. So, it can be a stepping stone to our main campus, and we’re supportive of that.  No matter what your intent is, we feel we could be the right fit for you for part of your education or all of it.”
 
The Lancaster Campus offers 14 associate’s degree and 12 bachelor’s degree programs. If a student is interested in signing up for a visit day, they can do so online at www.ohio.edu/lancaster/about/visit.cfm.
 
 “You can learn a lot about what goes on here and about the process for scholarships, financial aid and applications. Any high school student who visits on one of the formal dates at Lancaster or Pickerington can file an application without the fee. So, that saves them $20.00,” said Thomas. “The tuition for a year here is about $5,000. Our costs are comparable to other commuter campuses in the state of Ohio.  Tuition at residential campuses is approximately $10,500 annually. Plus, you add another $10,500 or $11,000 for room and board, and your price tag is somewhere above $21,000 a year.  The regional campus is a very affordable way to get a major college education.”