Ohio Dominican University

Ohio Dominican University ( ODU ) – private nonprofit higher education institution in the United States. The beginning of the academic activity of ODU was laid in 1911. The university has an urban campus located in Columbus.

Admission and tuition fees. Along with the results of exams for admission to the university, it is necessary to provide information about the progress of the applicant. When applying, 60 percent (more than half) of applicants successfully enter the university. However, ODU’s acceptance rate can vary significantly depending on the chosen direction of the program of study. The academic year is traditionally divided into semesters, as in many other US universities. The cost of studying at the university is quite high and amounts to 20,000 USD per year. Education in master’s programs at this university can hardly be called cheap, the cost is 20,000 USD per year of study. Taking into account this fact, financial assistance from the university is available to successful students. Distance education is also available for students of this educational institution. When planning education at the university, it is necessary to clarify information about the cost of education on the university website athttp://www.ohiodominican.edu .

The composition of the university. Ohio Dominican University can be attributed to small universities, where about 4,000 people study at the same time. The educational institution accepts both local and foreign citizens. Approximately 399 teachers teach at the university. The university cooperates with other international universities on student exchange issues. You can learn more about student life on the social pages of the university: Twitter , Youtube , Facebook , Linkedin .

University infrastructure. The infrastructure of the educational institution includes its own library. The university offers its students accommodation in a student hostel.