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Ohio Colleges and Universities

 

Colleges and Universities in Ohio

From the shores of Lake Erie to the bluegrass plains along the Ohio River, the Buckeye State offers its students a great place to live. Nightlife is hopping in college towns like Columbus and in bustling cities like Cincinnati and Cleveland. Ohio colleges and universities thrive by providing career training and degree programs in fields like business, health care and technology that can plug you into jobs that make a difference. College life is demanding, but you won't miss out on fun. You'll discover exceptional recreational opportunities away from the classroom in indoor culture and outdoor sporting life, whether it's a Columbus ballgame, the Rock and Roll Museum in Cleveland, a symphony in Cincinnati, or a hike in one of six national parks.

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Ohio colleges and the state's top careers

More than 23 percent of Ohio's 11 million residents have earned a bachelor's degree or higher. As jobs become more competitive, you can prepare for your own successful career at one of the many Ohio colleges or universities. The state's top 10 employers include organizations in aviation, commercial banking, education, health care and manufacturing. Two- and four-year undergraduate degree programs at Ohio colleges can prepare you to take your place in an entry-level position in these in-demand fields.

The State of Ohio projects strong employment growth from 2008 to 2018 in jobs for dental assistants (25 percent), vocational nurses (17.4 percent), physical therapist assistants (31.5 percent), personal financial advisors (21.6 percent), athletic trainers (35.6 percent), network systems analysts (43.2 percent) and mental health counselors (23.6 percent).

How far can you go? The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports these mean annual Ohio wages for 2010 in these fields:

  1. Aircraft mechanics and service technicians: $52,290
  2. Dental assistants: $32,250
  3. Education administrators: $85,330
  4. Financial managers: $110,820
  5. Physical therapy assistants: $52,230
  6. Sales representatives, manufacturing: $75,720

It's never too early to begin thinking about your goals. Find out how Ohio colleges and universities can empower you.

See also: Ohio Vocational Schools and Career Training

Directory of Ohio Colleges & Universities

Campus & Online Schools Accepting Students from Ohio

Other Colleges & Universities in Ohio

Allegheny Wesleyan College
Salem, Ohio www.awc.edu
Antioch College
Yellow Springs, Ohio www.antioch-college.edu
Ashland University
Ashland, Ohio www.ashland.edu
Baldwin-Wallace College
Berea, Ohio www.bw.edu
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, Ohio www.bgsu.edu
Bowling Green State University - Firelands
Huron, Ohio www.firelands.bgsu.edu
Capital University
Columbus, Ohio www.capital.edu
Central Ohio Technical College
Newark, Ohio www.cotc.edu
Chancellor University
(formerly Myers University) Cleveland, Ohio
Chatfield College
St. Martin, Cincinnati, Ohio www.chatfield.edu
Cleveland Institute of Art
Cleveland, Ohio www.cia.edu
Cleveland State University
Cleveland, Ohio www.csuohio.edu
Davis College
Toledo, Ohio www.daviscollege.edu
Edison State Community College
Piqua, Ohio www.edisonohio.edu
Franciscan University of Steubenville
Steubenville, Ohio www.franciscan.edu
Heidelberg College
Tiffin, Ohio www.heidelberg.edu
Hiram College
Hiram, Ohio www.hiram.edu
Hocking College
Nelsonville, Ohio www.hocking.edu
Huron School of Nursing
Cleveland, Ohio www.cchseast.org/schools/
James A Rhodes State College
Lima, Ohio (formerly Lima Technical College) www.rhodesstate.edu
Jefferson Community College
Steubenville, Ohio www.jcc.edu
John Carroll University
Cleveland, University Heights, Ohio www.jcu.edu
Kent State University
Kent, Ohio www.kent.edu
Kent State University - Trumbull Campus
Warren, Ohio
Kent State University - Tuscarawas Campus
New Philadelphia, Ohio www.tusc.kent.edu
Kenyon College
Gambier, Ohio www.kenyon.edu
Kettering College of Medical Arts
Kettering (Dayton), Ohio www.kcma.edu
Lake Erie College
Painesville, Ohio www.lec.edu
Lakeland Community College
Kirtland (Willoughby), Ohio www.lakelandcc.edu
Lorain County Community College
Elyria, Ohio www.lorainccc.edu
Lourdes College
Sylvania, Ohio www.lourdes.edu
Malone College
Canton, Ohio www.malone.edu
Marietta College
Marietta, Ohio www.marietta.edu
Marion Technical College
Marion, Ohio www.mtc.edu
Mount Union College
Alliance, Ohio www.muc.edu
Mount Vernon Nazarene University
Mount Vernon, Ohio www.mvnu.edu
Muskingum College
New Concord, Ohio www.muskingum.edu
Notre Dame College
South Euclid (Cleveland), Ohio www.notredamecollege.edu
Oberlin College
Oberlin, Ohio www.oberlin.edu
Ohio Dominican University
Columbus, Ohio www.ohiodominican.edu
Ohio Northern University
Ada, Ohio www.onu.edu
Ohio State University Agricultural Technical Institute
Wooster, Ohio www.ati.osu.edu
Ohio Valley College of Technology
East Liverpool www.ovct.edu
Ohio Wesleyan University
Delaware, Ohio www.owu.edu
Otterbein College
Columbus (Westerville), Ohio www.otterbein.edu
Owens Community College
Perrysburg, Toledo, Findlay, Northwood, Ohio www.owens.edu
Pontifical College Josephinum
Columbus, Ohio www.pcj.edu
Rabbinical College Telshe
Wickliffe, Ohio
Rosedale Bible College
Irwin, Ohio www.rosedale.edu
Shawnee State University
Portsmouth, Ohio www.shawnee.edu
Siegal College
Cleveland, Ohio (Laura and Alvin Siegal College of Judaic Studies) www.siegalcollege.edu
Sinclair Community College
Dayton, Ohio www.sinclair.edu
Southern State Community College
Hillsboro, Ohio www.sscc.edu
Stark State College of Technology
Canton, Ohio www.starkstate.edu
Temple Baptist College
Cincinnati, Ohio http://www.templebaptistcollege.com/
Terra State College
Fremont, Ohio www.terra.edu