The Ohio State University at Marion


Facts about the Marion campus

The Ohio State University at Marion
Gregory S. Rose, Dean and Director

About Campus
Co‐located with Marion Technical College on 187 acres of land, including an eleven‐acre reconstructed native prairie, The Ohio State University at Marion was founded in 1957 and throughout its history has closely partnered with its communities. As a result, several successful fundraising and capital campaigns have yielded great benefits to the campus, including over $1.2 million in aid and scholarships annually for students, financial support for the GoBuck$ initiative with the Marion City Schools (through which K‐12 students meeting social and academic expectations earn tuition vouchers for Ohio State Marion), and support for the recently opened Science and Engineering building and a bike/walking path around campus. First rate faculty, including a long list of University Alumni Distinguished Teaching Award winners, play a critical role in extending access to The Ohio State University to students seeking the unique experiences offered at Ohio State Marion. The newest one campus, the Science and Engineering Building supports the campus's new bachelor of science in engineering technology program, up to two years of the university’s general engineering curriculum, and our four‐year degree in biology to name a few areas.

Fast Facts
Enrollment (AU22) ....................................................................................................... 900
Number of tenure‐track faculty (AU22) ....................................................................... 36

Student Demographics
Student to Faculty ratio: 8 to 1
Average class size: 15
Minority first year students by race/ethnicity: 26%
Pell eligible first year students: 21%
First generation first year students: 28%
Average ACT score: 22.8
Average number of Ohio State freshmen that begin on a regional campus: 25%

Student County of Residence
26 of Ohio's 88 counties are represented in our student population
25 counties represented in our new first year student population (AU21)

1. Delaware
2. Franklin
3. Marion
4. Union
5. Wyandot
6. Morrow
7. Crawford
8. Hardin

Financial Aid & Scholarships
Amount of campus-based scholarship money awarded annually: $1.2 million

Bachelor’s degree programs offered in Marion
Biology
Business Administration
Early Childhood Education
Engineering Technology
English
History
Middle Childhood Education
Nursing [RN to BSN option]
Primary Education
Psychology
Social Work

Associate degree programs
Associate of Arts

Other details
Total expenditures (FY 20) ............................................................................................ $16.5 million
Acreage .......................................................................................................................... 187
Number of academic and support buildings .................................................................... 9
Co‐located institution ...................................................................................................... Marion Technical College
President of co‐located institution.....................................................................................Dr. Ryan McCall

The Ohio State University at Marion Advisory Board Members
Michael Dostal
Thomas A. Frericks
Lynn Garvin
Stephen D. Keen
David Miller
Dr. Jay Moodley
Curtis Sybert, Chair
David P. Miller
Jessica B. Moon
Susan Gershman
Alex Cabungcal, Student Representative