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Thank you for considering Ohio University Southern for your academic future. As one of five regional campuses within the Ohio University system, we are committed to the highest standards of academic excellence, where students may earn a degree or pursue professional development opportunities that benefit them and their community. Offering more than 30 degree and certificate programs, Ohio University Students may pursue an associate’s, bachelor's, or master's degree in a traditional classroom learning environment at our Ironton or Proctorville locations, as well as through online and blended formats of instruction.
For students living in select counties in neighboring Kentucky, in-state tuition rates apply. We also award student tuition discounts earned through the Kentucky Educational Excellence Scholarships program (K.E.E.S.), making a college education at Ohio University Southern both affordable and convenient.



January 26, 2016

The Southernmost Café, which officially opened in the Ohio University Southern (OUS) Collins Center Tuesday, offers patrons a wide selection of dining options.

January 26, 2016

“Paperworks,” a multi-artist show, opened at the Ohio University Southern Jan. 14. Works will be on display through February 11 in the University’s Art Gallery, located in the Dingus Technology Center.

January 12, 2016

The Cincinnati Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) conducted a memorial service for fallen Revolutionary War soldier Kimber Barton.

December 15, 2015

The Ohio University Southern (OUS) community gathered Friday evening to recognize fall graduates and the annual Nursing Pinning Ceremony in Bowman Auditorium and the Mains Rotunda.

December 15, 2015

In eight minutes you can hard-boil an egg, buy a few holiday gifts online or read a story to your small child. It doesn’t seem like much time; however eight minutes could be the difference between lives lost or saved in an active intruder situation.

December 15, 2015

Senior BSN students along with the Student Nurses’ Association, held a coat, sock and mitten drive during finals week.

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