Ohio Northern University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (6)
Ohio Northern was a great school for me. The music department was not too big or too small. Classroom size averaged around 15-20 students at times. I feel having the small school experience has benefited me in extraordinary ways. I had the opportunity to play in major ensembles and perform pieces that graduate students would usually play if I went to a bigger school. With the teaching and performing experience I got from Ohio Northern, I am able to do well at a bigger Graduate School because I already received a graduate experience while obtaining my undergraduate. I was able to hit the ground running when I started graduate school. Thanks to Ohio Northern, I'm ahead of other graduate students when it comes to experience. Now I am able to help others without getting behind on practicing or teaching, because I am used to having to teach others and perform difficult pieces as an undergraduate. I can't thank Ohio Northern enough for the experience I was able to achieve. Education classes may show you how to teach, but experience teaches you how to teach. Thank you Ohio Northern!
At Ohio Northern, students are pushed to their full potential in and out of the classroom. Classes are difficult, but if you take the time to study and go to office hours, you will do well. Professors are always around and are willing to help. Outside of the classroom, their are various activities and groups you can join. There are a lot of club sports as well as varsity sports. There are also many clubs and organizations you can join.
Wonderful school! I loved my experience there, but I don't love the student loan bill that comes with this great educational experience
This is an amazing university with professors who care, students who seek excellence, and a warm and welcoming atmosphere for everyone. It is truly a special place where you will find yourself immersed in a second family amidst grade A learning.
I loved my time at Ohio Northern University and the professors and staff at the college of business. I was able to find a great job due to my time at ONU and feel like any student would be lucky to go there and have the one on one relationships with professors.
ONU is a great liberal arts school. We have a beautiful campus and the students, games, facilities and professors are great. I have enjoyed my first two years at ONU very much. I had to learn to balance school, soccer and time with friends and got the hang of it pretty quickly. I love the art department. Now ONU isn't know for its art degrees but the professors and classes were some of my favorite times at ONU. We have smaller classes as far as number of students are concerned which is great because you get to have close relationships with not only your fellow students but also your professors. Which I think is important to have a strong relationship with your professors, in a way it makes life a little bit easier. So far I have made so many great memories and friends at ONU and have had a great experience at college this far. I know I chose the right place for me and can't wait to see what the next two years at school have to offer me.