Columbus is one city that’s as smart as it is loaded with fun things to do. In fact, Columbus has recently been named one of the 7 most intelligent cities in the world.* The Buckeye City is a breath of fresh Midwestern air that will pleasantly surprise you.* With 32 educational institutions in reach, Columbus has endless major options ranging from speech and hearing science to operations management.* Named to the list of 7 best places in the country to operate a business and home to big business gurus like Nationwide Insurance and Cardinal Health, a bright collegiate and professional career awaits you in Columbus.* And with such a low unemployment rate, 4.3%, you’ll be off and running right after graduation.
Columbus has a diverse list of attractions including the Arena Entertainment District, COSI museum, Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, and Franklin Park Conservatory. The Arch City is one place where fun is in endless supply.* And when the day’s festivities have ended, gear up for a rowdy evening of Columbus nightlife laughing at the Funny Bone Comedy Club, seeing a great movie at the Gateway Film Center, or even striking it rich at the Hollywood Casino.* And when you’ve worked up an appetite, experience the robust foodie scene of Columbus with a trip to the North Market or one of local legend Elizabeth Lessner’s chow down spots including Betty’s Fine Food & Spirits and Tip Top Kitchen & Cocktails.* Sport enthusiast? Don’t fret, Columbus has you covered there too with the Blue Jackets NHL team as well as a jam-packed collegiate athletics schedule.* With a climate that gives the best of all four seasons, you’ll be glad you chose Columbus as your collegiate destination.*Bureau of Labor Statistics *movoto.com *Wikipedia, “Columbus” *bizjournals.com *experiencecolumbus.com
Founded in 1870, the Ohio State University, often referred to as Ohio State, is a public institution with a total enrollment of just over 65,000 students. Ohio State is located along the Olentangy River in urban Columbus, Ohio, and covers over 1,500 acres of academic buildings, a massive athletic complex, and an award-winning medical school. Students at Ohio State take classes on a semester-based academic calendar, and Ohio residents enjoy access to in-state tuition rates. The Ohio State tends to offer larger classes given the size of the student body, which is heavily influenced by their 19:1 student-faculty ratio.
Ohio State has a variety of student organizations and clubs to choose from, including an active student government, a large gym at the Mary A Daniels Student Wellness Center, and a successful honors program for qualifying applicants. Some notable colleges at Ohio State include the Moritz College of Law and the Max M Fisher College of Business.
Ohio State is known for its successful Buckeye football program that plays in the iconic Ohio Stadium which hosts over 100,000 attendees during Saturday game days. When they aren’t studying or in class, students at Ohio State can enjoy everything Columbus has to offer including restaurants, bars, and the Ohio State Fair. Notable alumni include writer R.L. Stine, singer Dwight Yoakam, and golfer Jack Nicklaus.
Mount Carmel College of Nursing offers 14 degree programs. It's a very small, private not-for-profit, four-year university in a large city. In 2019, 413 students graduated with students earning 333 Bachelor's degrees, 66 Master's degrees, 12 Certificates, and 2 Doctoral degrees.
Columbus State University offers 127 degree programs. It's a medium sized, public, four-year university in a midsize city. In 2019, 1,780 students graduated with students earning 1,041 Bachelor's degrees, 476 Master's degrees, 211 Certificates, 35 Associate's degrees, and 17 Doctoral degrees.
Mississippi University for Women offers 54 degree programs. It's a small, public, four-year university in a remote town. In 2019, 914 students graduated with students earning 756 Bachelor's degrees, 97 Master's degrees, 55 Associate's degrees, 3 Certificates, and 3 Doctoral degrees.
Ohio Dominican University offers 88 degree programs. It's a small, private not-for-profit, four-year university in a large city. In 2019, 456 students graduated with students earning 237 Bachelor's degrees, 198 Master's degrees, 19 Associate's degrees, and 2 Certificates.
|School||Average Tuition||Student Teacher Ratio||Enrolled Students|
|Ohio State University-Main Campus Columbus, OH||27 : 1||61,391|
|Ohio Wesleyan University Delaware, OH||12 : 1||1,494|
|Otterbein University Westerville, OH||17 : 1||2,853|
|Capital University Columbus, OH||20 : 1||3,226|
|Ohio State College of Barber Styling Columbus, OH||227|
|Columbus College of Art and Design Columbus, OH||17 : 1||1,093|
|Mount Carmel College of Nursing Columbus, OH||20 : 1||946|
|The Spa School Columbus, OH||146|
|Columbus State University Columbus, GA||24 : 1||7,877|
|Mississippi University for Women Columbus, MS||20 : 1||2,811|
|Ohio State School of Cosmetology-Heath Heath, OH||66|
|MyComputerCareer.edu-Columbus Westerville, OH||37 : 1||1,970|
|Pontifical College Josephinum Columbus, OH||6 : 1||106|
|Ohio Dominican University Columbus, OH||27 : 1||1,640|
|Hondros College of Nursing Westerville, OH||18 : 1||1,596|
|Rivertown School of Beauty Barber Skin Care and Nails Columbus, GA||159|
|Valor Christian College Canal Winchester, OH||63 : 1||316|
|Bradford School Columbus, OH||17 : 1||117|
|Fortis College-Columbus Westerville, OH||24 : 1||944|
|Eastland-Fairfield Career and Technical Schools Groveport, OH||106|