Ohio State Marion
Complete a bachelor’s degree in:
Early and Middle Childhood Education
Other degree options
Baccalaureate program in Nursing (RN to BSN)
Associate of Arts
Engineering, criminology and sociology course work
First year of course work in engineering and select second-year course offerings in computer science engineering, electrical engineering and mechanical engineering, in addition to a growing general education curriculum for engineering; significant course work in criminology and sociology
Honors and Scholars Programs: Enjoy priority scheduling, honors classes, connections to other high-ability students, an enriched academic environment, unique research opportunities and more.
Research opportunities: Enhance your college experience and resume by engaging with faculty on research projects. Present research at the Ohio State Marion Research Colloquium and at the Denman Undergraduate Research Forum on the Columbus campus.
Education abroad: Grow as a global citizen through study abroad experiences. Previous destinations include Chile, England, India, Ireland, England, France, Germany, Portugal, Spain and Wales. Scholarships are available for those who qualify.
Academic support: Take advantage of academic advising, career services (including internships), disability services, free tutoring, and math and writing labs. The campus offers facilities to support your academic pursuits as well -- the new Science and Engineering Building, for example, provides expanded lab, research and classroom space for those studying in STEM fields.
Student Life enhances the college experience through guidance and assistance with:
Diversity, inclusion and equity
Student involvement and engagement
Mental health and wellness counseling
Students can engage in student groups, sports, concerts, outdoor pursuits and other planned social events throughout the academic year.
Ohio State Marion
1461 Mount Vernon Ave.
Marion, OH 43302
Multiple off-campus housing options are available, including the campus-adjacent Annex of Marion, offering a student-only, suite-style environment, and the Harding Centre in downtown Marion, offering a loft-style environment.
Ohio State Marion awards $1.2 million, on average, in merit and need-based scholarships annually. Thanks to the largest monetary gift ever to a regional campus and a host of other endowed scholarship funds, over 80 percent of Ohio State Marion students receive some form of scholarship and aid.