College Senior 2013-08-19T01:34:05Z
Social Work – I enjoyed these classes, all my credits from nursing transfered with no difficulties. I continue to work my 40 hour schedule and go to school full time , Full time at OU is considered 16 credit hours. Two days a week. Math is my worse subject. I have it again this coming quarter. Hope I pass it.
Recent Alumnus 2013-08-12T12:22:08Z
Caring Instructors – I feel that the instructors are very caring and really wa nt students to be successful.
College Senior 2013-03-26T12:56:31Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
I get assistances through the state, but resently increased expenses at OU, but i still think it is a great college, and it is hard but in the long run it's worth it.
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-05T21:44:29Z
There are many wonderful teachers, and a variety of classes.
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-05T21:40:49Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
I do not quialify for anything but student loans. However, anytime I have had a question regarding my loans, the people in the financial aid office have been very helpful.
College Senior 2013-02-04T15:47:34Z
I'm in the BTAS program at OU, it's not an easy course, but I enjoy it. I'm getting a BA in health care, I'm also a LPN, The work load for this course is hard at times alot of reading and Papers to hand in, but it teaches me more about Leadership and how to deal with every day life that I may have or an empolyee may have. The Professor is great, she listens and answer questions so you can understand what she's talking about. I also take some HST classes, the professors for these classes are amazing. They have helped me with so many things and ask for nothing in return.
College Senior 2013-02-04T15:29:13Z
The professors I have make themselves available for all students, and answer questions readily. If a student has a problem they help that student with it. The professors have helpers and they are good too. If a student has a problem and doesn't ask the professor then it's there faught for keeping the problem.
College Senior 2013-02-04T15:18:00Z
Mostly, consist of working class people and family oriented, They sometimes have to juggle work, but most use the days that they're off for school.
College Sophomore 2013-01-08T10:07:19Z
The wifi is accessible from a fair distance and has a reliable speed. The computer network at the school is good and has good support.
Recent Alumnus 2012-12-13T00:37:36Z
We have a decent sized library, but a small gym/work out center. There are no activities.
Recent Alumnus 2012-12-13T00:34:40Z
Network is mostly available, printing prices are a little high and you must go to a different building to do so. Personal computer is highly necessary because our work is sent to us through the computer for our lectures in class.
College Sophomore 2012-11-27T04:29:48Z
Ohio University-Chillicothe lacks much diversity. The students are mainly all people whom live with an hour of the campus. Many students are those who have decided to return to college in their adult years so there aren't many young students attending.
College Sophomore 2012-11-27T04:26:37Z
As an incoming freshman I was intimidated by the online courses but all in all they weren't that bad. I would actually prefer them over lectures. Sometimes you have a little bit more work to do but its worth saving a trip to campus. The only downfall is that you don't have as much access to professors feedback.
College Sophomore 2012-11-06T00:25:11Z
I've never really had to take any online courses. My writing class though, is a blended class which means it's online and in the classroom. It's okay, the workload is reasonable and it's all online. You register for it just as you would for any other course. When you do actually go to class, it's only once a week and it's just to review the work from online for the most part.
College Sophomore 2012-11-06T00:21:36Z
I think what makes us unique is how much it's just like high school. I've noticed that most of the people here have gone to school together and have stayed in their little cliques and groups. There aren't a lot of friendly people here, there's a lot of prejudice. The academic programs are okay, a lot of the prfessors could be better. I know almost everyone is either in the child education programs or the nursing programs. There's no real social scene. Even though the campus is over 70 years old, a lot of the facilities are updated. There's no campus life and not many opportunities.
College Sophomore 2012-11-06T00:16:30Z
The computer lab in Stevenson is pretty good. There's usually at least three or four open computers. If you print something, each page is 5 cents. The network reliability is okay, it's not terrible, but it's okay. Wireless access is average, there's wifi. You don't have to have your own computer/printer, but it comes in handy.
College Sophomore 2012-11-06T00:10:58Z
There's not really any athletics on campus because we are a branch and not our own university. There's no real student center; the computer lab, commons area, cafe, and library are all pretty much attached to each other. There's not much to do on campus, most people leave right when their class is over and don't come back until their next class.
College Sophomore 2012-11-06T00:07:27Z
As far as the student body goes, it is almost completely white. There are a lot of really closed-minded people. Most people have jobs, several of them are parents. Most Freshman are not right out of high school. Not very many of them are too friendly, rather stuck-up.
College Senior 2012-10-29T06:33:54Z
They always have something going on at OUC, from bake sales by some groups, selling raffle tickets to help groups, they put on plays through the threater class there, and always Art Work that students have done.
College Senior 2012-10-29T06:29:25Z
Job prospects are great there, I've already been offered a Social Workers position, and every nurse that graduates there has a job waiting for them.
College Senior 2012-10-29T06:25:50Z
library is great there, the librarians are always happy to help you in anyway they can, and is great resource for any type of report you may need do.
College Senior 2012-10-29T06:21:05Z
Resources are readily available on campus, the professors will gladly help you fine what ever you need.
College Senior 2012-10-01T18:02:01Z
Mostly, my school consists of working-class people with full-time jobs or families, veterans, or students fresh out of high school. The age range is 17-60 something.
The ones with families often juggle many different roles in addition to being students. While they are happy to socialize and make friends, there goal is to get an education so they can seek a different career or life.
Each semester the Student Senate hosts a Diversity Discussion where students from unique or different walks of life will sit and talk to other students, staff, and faculty.
College Senior 2012-10-01T17:54:04Z
The academic experience at Ohio University-Chillicothe as far as the professors go, is amazing. Our professors are the best. They are so full of knowledge and teach you, not just lecture you. Our classroom sizes are small, so the professors are able to be more involved in the class. Most of them also offer office hours and some even tell you to email, call or text them if you can't figure something out. To me, that is dedication.
College Senior 2012-10-01T17:43:46Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Our school has a great financial aid department. The people at the front desk is students and may be new on the job, so cut them some slack. The financial aid advisers work very hard and are excellent at what they do. Hats off to the financial aid office! We know it is NOT an easy job!
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