Students have a newspaper, television and radio station at Ohio University. The main newspaper, The Post, published once a week in print and online every day of the week, while the university is in session, and is officially independent of the university and its administration. Founded in 1804, Ohio University is Ohio`s first university and a state-subsidized institution in Athens, Ohio (about 65 miles from downtown Columbus). Ohio University is considered a “research university” and trains students in more than 250 majors on their main campus by the Doctoral level with several of these programs available online through their Global Campus and personally on several campuses in the area. Each semester, more than 40,000 students take courses on the Ohio University campus. Students who earn 12 hours or more after high school are considered transfer students at Ohio University. 19. APPLICABLE LAW. The agreement is governed by the laws of the state in which the website is located and is interpreted accordingly, regardless of the jurisdiction of that state. If there is no applicable website, the agreement is governed by the laws of the state in which the work is performed and is interpreted accordingly, regardless of the legal jurisdiction of that state. Ohio University registration representatives are available for virtual appointments or via email and phone.
Students who are interested in a virtual appointment are encouraged to contact Lindsay Lake Hawkins directly by email by clicking on the contact information below or to make an appointment via the website or under the links below. Students who receive more information about the availability of virtual programming through admissions OR are invited to visit the partnership website that is linked below. College Green has galbreath chapels, the tower, crowned by a brass weather vane, is inspired by the portico of London`s Nash`s All Souls Church. The other buildings at College Green are Chubb Hall, the home of Undergraduate Admissions, as well as the offices of Bursar and Chancellor; Ellis Hall, the home of departments for English, classical religions and philosophy; Templeton-Blackburn Memorial Auditorium; and Bryan Hall, a upper-class dormitory. College Green is framed by two main gates. Alumni Gateway, built in 1915, contains verses known to the university community that can be read at the entrance and exit of the campus.  The words above the door (“May you grow in knowledge, wisdom and love”) are borrowed from the Latin phrase, inscribed above a door of the University of Padua, Italy, and were inaugurated in the early 20th century, on the occasion of the centenary of the university`s first senior class. The new College Gate, built in the 1960s, contains words from the Northwest Ordinance of 1787 on public education and its creation as one of The first public universities in America.