Who We Are
Serving our employees, students and community
We provide a wide variety of support services to the Heritage College in the areas of human resources, facilities management, communications, printing, mailing and room reservations. We also serve every college department as a bridge to related university administrative areas.
Office of Human Resources
The Office of Human Resources is dedicated to serving the more than 300 employees of the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine at our campuses in Athens, Dublin and Cleveland, as well as throughout the state of Ohio at our Centers for Osteopathic Research and Education (CORE).
Office of Facilities and Central Services
The Office of Facilites and Central Services provides support services to address the physical space and service needs of our faculty, staff and students. We assist with tasks such as delivery of parcels, mail and office paper, high volume copying, set-up and scheduling of meeting rooms and classrooms, moving or storing furniture and more.
May 14, 2020A longtime collaboration between Ohio University and the Pontifical Catholic University of Ecuador (PUCE) is helping step up the rate of testing for COVID-19 infections in the Latin American country. Assisting is the Center for Research in Health in Latin America (CISeAL), a joint venture between Ohio University and PUCE.Read More
Heritage College takes awards event online for 2020 gradsMay 11, 2020More than 400 people attended the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine’s virtual graduate awards ceremony on Friday, May 8, as college leaders, faculty, family and friends joined with members of the class of 2020, whose degrees were conferred on April 18.Read More
OHIO researchers win grant to study treatment for possible fatal complications of COVID-19April 30, 2020Faculty researchers from Ohio University’s Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine and Russ College of Engineering and Technology have received a grant to investigate possible treatments for mitigating COVID-19. Kelly McCall and Douglas Goetz will measure how effective a number of different chemical compounds are at preventing “cytokine storms.”Read More