Cranes And Equipment Signal Change At OSU Mansfield/NCSC

31 Jul , 2018  

Visitors to the campus of The Ohio State University at Mansfield and North Central State College this month will undoubtedly notice construction activity in more than one location.

At least two major projects have begun which will provide enhanced facilities as well as a new “look” for OSUM/NCSC’s front door. More…

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OSU President Testimony To Lawmakers References Regional Campus Affordability

23 Jul , 2018  

As Ohio lawmakers consider strategies to reduce the cost of attending colleges and universities, Ohio State University President Michael V. Drake is highlighting the university’s leadership in this area. This week, Drake provided written testimony to the General Assembly’s Joint Committee on College Affordability demonstrating the impact of several programs and initiatives. More…



Buckeye Destiny: From Big City To Small Campus

7 Jul , 2018  

Last year, Destiny Hill drove from Cleveland to Mansfield with her family for her very first orientation. This year, as a Buckeye Ambassador, she is sharing her experience with incoming freshman. Hill grew up surrounded by city lights but knew the smaller campus encompassed by nature and wetlands was where she wanted to continue her education after high school. More…



OSUM Changes The Game With The Math Literacy Initiative

29 Jun , 2018  

When 22-year-old Natalie Sayre of Crestline decided to purse a degree in Early Childhood Education at The Ohio State University at Mansfield, she knew she wanted to help change and mold young lives. However, she had no idea that she would learn a new way of teaching math that is part of an effort to change the way local students are learning and open up endless possibilities for their futures.

“In class at Ohio State Mansfield, as I was learning this different approach on how to teach math to young kids, I thought ‘Why didn’t I know this as a kid?’ When I was a kid I was never good at math,” said Sayre. “This approach would have helped me.” More…

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All Things Business, Schools

OSU Mansfield Initiative Seeks To Help The Middle Class

25 Jun , 2018  

The Ohio State University at Mansfield is participating in a new initiative with a goal of helping the middle class thrive.

The Ohio State University is collaborating with Schmidt Futures to launch the Alliance for the American Dream – an initiative to kickstart an idea development process to identify innovative solutions that will foster greater social mobility, greater equality of opportunity, and a more attainable and sustainable middle class. More…


All About Mansfield, Schools

President And CEO Of Columbus Arts Organization Started At OSU Mansfield

9 Jun , 2018  

For Chad Whittington, a music appreciation class at The Ohio State University at Mansfield turned out to be a life changer.

Who knew?

The Pickerington resident certainly didn’t when he took the elective course while a freshman at the regional campus, or when the instructor of the class required Whittington and his classmates to attend a performance by professional musicians. More…

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More Good Financial News For Ohio State Mansfield Students

5 Jun , 2018  

Positive news for potential students at The Ohio State University, including at the Mansfield regional campus, continued to arrive today.

This past Saturday, we shared news that starting in 2019, the university will be committing up to $3 million per year in additional financial aid for tuition and other fees at OSU’s regional campuses (our story can be found here). It was announced on Monday that in a proposal to the Board of Trustees, costs for incoming Ohio freshmen will lock in for four years with a 1.4 percent inflation-based increase. More…



Community Leaders and Public Invited to Food System Workshop

4 Jun , 2018  

It’s spring at The Ohio State University at Mansfield Microfarm. The high tunnels are overflowing with lettuce, spinach and swiss chard. Now, as spring turns into summer, it’s time to take the growth of the microfarm out farther into the local community. A community workshop called “Aggregating Produce, Sharing Profits” will be held in Ovalwood Hall at Ohio State Mansfield on June 9 from 10 AM to 3 PM. The public is invited along with community leaders. More…

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OSU Mansfield Students To Benefit From Increased Financial Aid Support

2 Jun , 2018  

Low and moderate income students at The Ohio State University’s five regional campuses, including Mansfield, soon will have support to cover the cost of their tuition and mandatory fees.

Starting in spring 2019, the university will commit up to $3 million a year in additional financial aid to meet the tuition and mandatory fee needs of regional campus students who are from Ohio, qualify for federal Pell Grants and have successfully begun their college career. To be eligible, students must have successfully completed the equivalent of at least one semester and initiated or completed a student-success course. More…



OSUM Receives Grant To Enhance Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault Services

16 May , 2018  

One of the things students at The Ohio State University at Mansfield know from day one on campus is that faculty, staff and fellow students support their success in every way possible – both academically and personally. Recently, Ohio State Mansfield learned that it received a Strengthening Community Partnerships grant from the Ohio Department of Higher Education to enhance campus services around sexual assault and domestic violence. More…

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OSU Mansfield Freshman Orientation Dates Set

11 May , 2018  

You may feel like the school year just ended, and you’d be right. However, preparation for next year’s freshman class at The Ohio State University at Mansfield is about to get underway. First-year students from across northeastern Ohio will attend orientation sessions on campus starting in June. More…

History & Tourism, Schools

Five Hidden Gems Of Mansfield

3 May , 2018  

Known by many for the individual attention given by its instructors and quality education it offers its students, The Ohio State University at Mansfield may be less identified but no less valued for the hidden gems it features.

The Mansfield campus lies amid 640 acres of woodland, which lends natural environmental attributes to those furthering their education. Most of these jewels are part of ongoing projects, something that ensures they will only gain luster and enhance the experiences of students for generations to come. More…