Top 10 Colleges in Ohio

Why doesn’t the sun have to go to college? Because it already has 28 million degrees(pun intended)… Since this is a big time for seniors to apply to colleges . Today I’m taking you on a journey to see the best university’s around Ohio….

10. Ohio Northern University

Ohio Northern University is a private, United Methodist Church-affiliated university located in the United States in Ada, Ohio, founded by Henry Solomon Lehr in 1871.

9. The University of Toledo


An urban public university that is situated right in downtown Toledo, OH. Its mission is to advance knowledge through excellence and to improve human conditions.

8. The University of Akron

UA is nestled in an urban setting and built in 1870. With rich history and over 300 choices for academics, sports opportunities and student clubs. There are more than 200 student organizations and various campus activities.

7. Miami University of Ohio

This public university was founded in 1809 and has ample activities for student academics and lifestyle. Freshman live on campus and has over 50 fraternities and sororities.

6. Wittenberg University


Wittenberg is a historic private liberal arts college founded in 1845. They are one of the best colleges in ohio and one of the top universities in the U.S.

5. Bowling Green University


This college is located in rural Northern Ohio away from the hustle and bustle of the big city where a peaceful study retreat can be found. It is one of the top universities in the U.S. and has plenty of undergraduate programs with a fairly low tuition.

4.Cleveland State University


This 85 acre campus is located downtown Cleveland, Ohio and boasts over 200 undergraduate programs. It was founded in 1964. There are also ample opportunities for student involvement including sororities, student paper and fraternities.

3. Xavier University


A Catholic/Jesuit university known for its athletics and pre-professional programs in business. Founded in 1831, Xavier University is the sixth-oldest Catholic university in the country.

2. Kenyon University


This is one of the oldest colleges in Ohio. With a focus on liberal arts, this college has small class sizes and a rural setting.

1. The Ohio State University


OSU is one of America’s largest universities and boasts rolling lawns and beautiful architecture. This public university focuses on business and political science. They have a number of student organizations and sports teams.

So if you’re one of those seniors who is applying and having trouble deciding, consider one of these universities…



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