About

History

In March 1866 a slight, 28-year-old man detrained at the Ada depot. A casual observer could easily have overlooked Henry Solomon Lehr, a recently discharged Union veteran. He had come to northwestern Ohio in search of a site for his projected university. That same observer might well have smiled if he knew of Lehr’s ambition since neither he nor the rough village of Ada showed obvious promise.

Master's Programmes

Business & Management (1)

Services

Housing services

The Dining Hall at McIntosh Center is open seven days a week for all-you-can-eat meals. Here, food stations are serving up home-cooked style dishes, fresh deli sandwiches, vegetarian options, pizza, desserts and more.

Library services

Heterick Memorial Library is the University's undergraduate library.

ICT services

The Office of Information Technology provides various support services to the Ohio Northern University campus and community. It is our goal to enhance the overall learning experience for students, faculty and staff by introducing and maintaining the most current technology standards, procedures and equipment.

Medical services

The ONU Health Center is a FREE, walk in clinic for ONU students. Any ONU student, regardless of insurance may utilize our services. The Health Center provides general health assessments, treatment, as well as referrals to specialist in the area.

Student Life

Campus life

We hope the next few years living at Ohio Northern are both comfortable and interesting. ONU is a residential campus with a three year housing requirement. You’ll find many different residence halls for students to choose from, all equipped with everything you need. Wireless Internet, kitchenettes, free laundry and exercise rooms are just a few of the many amenities you’ll find in ONU housing.

Sports facilities

The ONU Sports Center was opened for use at the beginning of the 1974-75 academic year and was expanded to its current size of 18,000-square feet in 1991.Ohio Northern offers a very active and dynamic club sports program to meet the needs of the more than 200 students who want to stay active in previous sports they have participated in during high school or to explore the opportunity to try a new sport.

Student clubs

There are more than 200 student organizations on the campus of Ohio Northern University. Examples include:

  • Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (AMCP) Farabi Alam
  • Academy of Student Pharmacists Kara Horvath
  • Ada Friends Lauren Brackman
  • Alpha Epsilon Delta

Columbus, Georgia, United States

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