Six Campuses. One University.
When you think of The Ohio State University, think of all of Ohio. As a land-grant institution, Ohio State has a presence all across the state. That means no matter where you are, there’s an Ohio State near you.
Every Ohio State location across the state is more than a campus or research center — it’s the birthplace of knowledge and new perspectives. Expect a close-knit community and an environment where award-winning faculty know you by name.
For 147 years, the campus in Columbus has been the stage for academic achievement and a laboratory for innovation.
A small campus with big opportunities, Lima offers students a unique campus spirit with a truly personalized academic experience.
Nestled among 640 acres of scenic woodlands, Mansfield has become the destination for aspiring Buckeyes in Northeast Ohio.
As the largest regional campus, Newark has a diverse student population, amenities such as on-campus housing and recreational facilities, and over $900,000 in scholarships.
Across the State
As a land-grant university, Ohio State has a physical presence throughout the state, with campuses and research centers located around Ohio.Miles from Columbus
Stone Laboratory, the nation's oldest freshwater biological field research station, on Lake Erie.
Extension offices in each of Ohio's 88 counties.
The Young Scholars Program for pre-collegiate students in the state's nine largest urban school districts.