The Ohio State University at Marion

Facts about the Marion campus

Autumn Semester 2017

Enrollment: 1,198

Student Body Demographics

Average class size: 20
Make up of student body: 52.2% female, 47.8% male
Average ACT score: 22.1
Ohio State freshmen that begin on a regional campus: 30%

Degree programs at Ohio State Marion

Total number of majors to choose from: Over 200
Total number of degree programs which can be completed entirely at Marion: 10

  • Biology
  • Education (Early and Middle Childhood licensure)
  • English
  • Business Management
  • History
  • Psychology
  • Master of Arts in Integrated Teaching and Learning (for currently-licensed teachers)
  • RN to BSN Completion program (for licensed RNs)
  • Social Work
  • Associate of Arts Degree

Make Significant Progress Towards Your Degree in Marion

In addition, with nationally & internationally recognized researchers and teachers in many areas, you can complete the majority of coursework for the following Ohio State majors.

  • Criminal Justice
  • Criminology
  • Engineering - Ohio State Marion offers the first full year of coursework towards and Ohio State degree in engineering and select second-year course offerings in the areas of computer science engineering, electrical engineering, and mechanical engineering, in addition to growing the general education curriculum for engineering.
  • Sociology

Pre-Professional Degree Programs

  • Pre-Dentistry
  • Pre-Law
  • Pre-Medicine
  • Pre-Occupational Therapy
  • Pre-Optometry
  • Pre-Pharmacy
  • Pre-Physical Therapy
  • Pre-Veterinary Medicine

Student County of Residence (% of total student body)

40 of Ohio's 88 counties are represented in our student population.

Crawford 4.6%
Franklin 6.4%
Hardin 1.2%
Marion 31.2%
Morrow 8.9%
Union 12.4%
Wyandot 3.7%
Other 8.7%

Financial Aid & Scholarships

Amount of campus-based scholarship money awarded annually: $1,100,000

Average scholarship award per student: $1,750

  • Number of students who received Marion campus scholarships: 679
  • Percent of students who were awarded financial aid including federal and state aid: 84%