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Ohio Dominican University

Ohio - United States

Overview

At ODU, students connect their passion with a purpose. In-demand majors, graduate programs and an outstanding liberal arts foundation prepare students to succeed in today’s ever-changing global marketplace.

Ohio Dominican welcomes students of all faiths to embrace its Dominican motto: To contemplate truth and to share with others the fruits of this contemplation

As a Catholic Dominican university, we embrace all who seek the truth. 

Ohio Dominican is a comprehensive private university with a wide range of undergraduate majors, in-demand graduate programs and flexible offerings for working professionals. In addition to our outstanding liberal arts foundation and traditionally strong academic offerings in Education, Business and Science, ODU has introduced new, in-demand programs. 

These include master’s programs in Physician Assistant Studies, Medical Practice Management and Exercise Science, and undergraduate programs in Insurance and Risk Management, and Software Engineering. 

Ohio Dominican is located in Ohio’s capital city of Columbus: the 15th largest city in the United States and the third fastest-growing metropolitan area in the Midwest. 

Columbus is home to 15 Fortune 1000 companies, six Fortune 500 companies, four nationally recognized health care systems, and an atmosphere that values education and nurtures an innovative and entrepreneurial spirit. 

<span style="&quot;line-height:" 1.6em;"="">A degree from Ohio Dominican represents a great value at an affordable price. Ohio Dominican’s tuition, room and board expenses are competitively priced among the region’s private universities. 

When our average financial aid package is calculated, the out-of-pocket expense for many families is comparable to many of Ohio’s public universities. Our tuition and per-hour costs for graduate and adult students also are competitive within the marketplace. 


Faculties

Undergraduate

Business Administration

Computer Information Systems

Economics

Public Relations

Biology

Graduate

Business Administration (MBA)

Theology

Teaching English as a Second Language (TESOL)

 


English Requirements


Scholarships

ODU Scholarships

ODU is strongly committed to international education. To help meet this commitment, our Financial Aid Office is dedicated to serving International students and U.S. students alike in helping you fund your education. 

Ohio Dominican offers ODU Scholarships and Awards to all qualifying students up to $14,000 (USD) per academic year. To see what kind of an award you may be eligible for, please try our Scholarship/Award Calculator. 

In addition to scholarships and awards, ODU offers endowed scholarships, International Student grants (averaging $2,000 USD per year) and numerous on-campus student employment opportunities.  

External Scholarships

There are also many opportunities for scholarships from outside organizations. The scholarships listed below are offered to international students from outside organizations. Please contact the sponsoring organization for more information.

·         JANE M. KLAUSMAN – WOMEN IN BUSINESS

Women of any nationality pursuing undergraduate Business degrees demonstrating outstanding potential in the field are eligible. Students become eligible after completing two years of undergraduate courses and have achieved outstanding academic records the first two-three years of academic studies.  

·         PATRICK CHARNON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Full-time undergraduate students enrolled in a four year university in the U.S. Recipients may reapply each year for up to four years.

·         ELIE WIESEL PRIZE IN ETHICS

Essay Contest for full-time students who will be entering their third and fourth years of academic study at a four year university.  

·         HELLENIC TIMES SCHOLARSHIP FUND

Scholarships offered to undergraduate and graduate students of Greek descent, between the ages of 17 and 25.

·         HUMANE STUDIES FELLOWSHIPS

Fellowships are available for undergraduate students entering their second, third or fourth years of academic study. Students must demonstrate an interest in the classical liberal/libertarian tradition or individual rights and market economies.

·         MICROSOFT SCHOLARSHIPS

This offers four types of scholarships for undergraduate students interested in computer science and related technical disciplines. May only be a one year award for students attending institutions in U.S., Canada, and Mexico. All recipients of a scholarship will be required to complete a salaried internship of 12 weeks or more at Microsoft Corporation in Redmond, Washington.

·         OLIVE W. GARVEY FELLOWSHIPS

Since 1974, the internationally acclaimed Olive W. Garvey Fellowship program has awarded fellowships biennially to outstanding college students around the world through a competitive essay contest on the meaning and significance of economic and personal liberty. College or university students, part-time or full-time, undergraduate or graduate, from all nations and academic disciplines are eligible.

·         SOCIETY OF WOMEN ENGINEERS

They offer various awards for women pursuing baccalaureate or graduate degrees in engineering or computer science.

·         SWISS BENEVOLENT SOCIETY OF NEW YORK SCHOLARSHIPS

Merit based awards for study at the undergraduate, graduate and professional levels both in the U.S. and abroad. 


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