Ohio State University, Marion Campus

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Coordinates: 40°34′54″N 83°05′21″W / 40.58153°N 83.089213°W / 40.58153; -83.089213

The Ohio State University at Marion Campus
Motto

Disciplina in civitatem
(Latin, "Education for

Citizenship")
Established 1957
Type Public
Land Grant
Sea Grant
President Joseph A. Alutto (Acting president)
Dean Gregory Rose
(dean/director)
Admin. staff 108 full and part time faculty
(Marion Campus)
Students

1,485 full and part time
(Marion Campus)
57,748 (all

campuses)
Undergraduates 3,406 full and part time (Marion Campus),
44,307 (all campuses)
Postgraduates 79 full and part time (Marion Campus),
14,441 (all campuses)
Location Marion, Ohio, United States
Campus

180 acres (Marion Campus),
15,311 acres (61.96 km2)

(total all campuses)
Athletics varsity, club, & intramural sports
(Marion Campus)
Colors

Scarlet and Gray

           
Nickname

Buckeyes

Shield
Mascot Scarlet Wave
Website www.marion.ohio-state.edu

The Ohio State University at Marion, often referred to as OSU Marion, is a regional campus of The Ohio State University located in Marion, Ohio, USA. The campus was founded in 1957. Its 180-acre (0.73 km2) campus is located 45 miles (72 km) north of Columbus. There are six buildings on the campus.

OSU Marion has baccalaureate program accreditation with NCATE. Its average class size is 22.[citation needed] An average age of students is 23.5. The Marion Campus Library of the OSU Marion Campus contains over 48,000 books, a large reference collection and over 300 subscriptions. The library collection also includes print periodical indexes, microforms, maps, newspapers, pamphlet file, special collections in careers and children's literature, and the Warren G. Harding/Norman Thomas Research Collection. It provides access to all the resources of The Ohio State University and Ohio Link.

About 88% of students at the Marion Campus are awarded federal or state financial aid. The student body is 63% female and 37% male. Students who start at Marion may finish their degrees at the Columbus campus with one of Ohio State's 170+ majors. A Post-Secondary Enrollment Option at the campus is a highly selective program which provides opportunity for qualified students to enroll in college while still in high school.

Two extensions connected with the Marion Campus are the OSU Delaware Center and the Alber Enterprise Center The OSU Delaware Center is located at 7774 Graphics Way, Lewis Center, Ohio, near the corner of U.S. 23 and Orange Road, just 4.4 miles (7.1 km) north of Interstate 270. The Center offers a diverse day and evening class schedule each quarter. Students may take many of the courses to complete the first two years of many of Ohio State's degrees, or all course requirements for an Associate of Arts degree. Some selected graduate programs in education are also offered at the Center. The Alber Enterprise Center is a campus-based corporate education center that provides workforce training, organization development, and performance improvement techniques.

Academic programs[edit]

Maynard Hall
Morrill Hall

Complete bachelor's degree programs are:

Two master's degree programs are:

Athletics[edit]

The Marion campus currently only provides varsity athletic services in women's volleyball. Ohio State Marion athletes compete against other colleges in Ohio and the surrounding states, such as Clark State Community College, the University of Akron's regional campus Wayne College, the Kent State University regional campuses, the University of Findlay, and OSU sister campuses in Lima, Mansfield, and Newark. The Scarlet Wave Men's Basketball team notably lost a game to Lincoln University by 201-78 on December 2, 2006.

Student life[edit]

Student organizations[edit]

There are many (over 20) student clubs on campus.

Sport clubs and intramural sports[edit]

Students at the Marion Campus can participate in several intramural sports such as basketball, softball, and volleyball.

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