Schools

OSUM Professor‘s Study Abroad Initiative Receives Grant

14 Nov , 2019  

Developing a global mindset through education, teaching and learning is key to the contribution of sustainability and resilience for our world. The Sustainability Institute of The Ohio State University has awarded two grants to faculty-led education abroad programs that incorporate sustainability concepts. These grants will financially support summer of 2020 education abroad experiences by lowering the student participant program fee. Read More

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Schools

Lexington Takes First Academic Challenge Competition

13 Nov , 2019  

Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center in Mansfield recently hosted 32 teams of students from 15 different school districts across the region for the first Academic Challenge (AC) competition. Leanna Ferreira, coordinator of AC, said this event provides students who excel in the classroom with an opportunity to showcase their strengths and passions while being celebrated for these talents. AC brings learners together as they work towards a common goal of gaining as many points as possible based on the information and trivia they know. Read More

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Schools, Sports

Plans Set for 2019 Buckeye Bash

6 Nov , 2019  

Plans are set for the 39th annual Beat Michigan Buckeye Bash, hosted by The Ohio State University (OSU) Alumni Club of Richland County. This yearly bash is a major fundraiser for the Club. The event will be held on Monday, November 25 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Mansfield Liederkranz (1212 Silver Lane, Mansfield). Read More

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Schools

Ohio State Launches Public Phase Of Massive Community And Fundraising Effort

25 Oct , 2019  

This week, The Ohio State University launched the public phase of Time and Change: The Ohio State Campaign, the most ambitious, inclusive community-building and fundraising endeavor in the university’s 150 years of making history. The campaign strives to engage 1 million supporters, an unprecedented level in higher education. Time and Change has a financial goal of $4.5 billion – also the largest in Ohio State’s history – with three core areas of focus: student success; discovery; and healthy, vibrant communities. Read More

Schools

Tyger Clubs: What A Great Idea

22 Oct , 2019  

Tyger Clubs offer middle schoolers fun, unique learning experience

Mansfield Middle School students carefully measure a board before cutting it in Carpentry Club. One hundred and twenty-two Mansfield Middle School students are exploring new after-school learning opportunities in 14 Tyger Clubs that range from carpentry and cosmetology to art, science and mathematics.

Schools, Sports

Ohio State Mansfield Basketball Tip-Off Right Around The Corner

21 Oct , 2019  

It’s the time of year when high school football enters its final weeks collegiate and high school basketball seasons begin. With that comes the opening games for the 2019-2020 season for The Ohio State University at Mansfield’s men’s and women’s basketball squads. Both are members of the Ohio Regional Campus Conference (ORCC) which OSUM joined in 2010. The ORCC includes nine regional campuses from Ohio State, Ohio University, Akron, Wayne State, and Miami University. Read More

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Schools

Learn About Financial Aid For College

16 Oct , 2019  

Confused about financial aid for college? Help is on the way! As of October 1, students planning to attend college may complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the 2020-2021 school year. The completed FAFSA is submitted to the US Department of Education for processing; once processed, the Department of Education provides the data to schools designated by the student so that those schools can assemble financial aid packages for the student. The financial aid offered to the student may be in the form of loans, grants, or work-study opportunities. Read More

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All About Richland, Schools

Meet OSU Mansfield’s Sesquicentennial Scholars

15 Oct , 2019  

Ohio State awarded 150 Sesquicentennial Scholarships to students across the university for the 2019-20 academic year in honor of the sesquicentennial. The Sesquicentennial Student Scholar Leadership Program is one part of the university’s sesquicentennial celebration and demonstrates a commitment to increasing access and affordability while recognizing students’ academic and non-academic accomplishments and diverse interests. Here is a look at each of the five Sesquicentennial Scholars attending The Ohio State University at Mansfield: Read More

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Schools

BWC Approves $6.6 Million for School Safety, Security; Local Schools Benefit

14 Oct , 2019  

The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) has approved $6.6 million in grants since July 1 to improve school safety and security across Ohio. Six of those grants have gone to five Richland County schools. Read More

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Schools

Crime Statistics Reported For All OSU Campuses, Including Mansfield

12 Oct , 2019  

The Ohio State University has released its Annual Security and Fire Safety Reports, showing an increase in present-day crime reporting on or near the Columbus campus. It also reveals statistics for crime on the university’s regional campuses, including The Ohio State University at Mansfield. The release, with statistics from January 1, 2018, through December 31, 2018, complies with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. Read More

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Schools

Senator Sherrod Brown Chosen To Deliver OSU Commencement Address

10 Oct , 2019  

U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown will deliver the commencement address to autumn graduates of The Ohio State University. Approximately 3,600 students will receive degrees during the ceremony, which begins at 2 PM on Sunday, December 15 at the Jerome Schottenstein Center. “I am pleased to welcome U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown to speak at our university’s autumn commencement ceremony,” said President Michael V. Drake. “An engaged leader and proud Ohio State alumnus, Senator Brown lends his broad expertise to some of our nation’s most significant policy discussions. His passion for public service will inspire our graduates as they consider their own impact as global citizens.” Read More

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Schools

A Buckeye Homecoming In Columbus Includes A Mansfield Twist

8 Oct , 2019  

A blackout in Ohio Stadium and a parade and pep rally marked 107 years of homecoming events at The Ohio State University with a nod to the university’s founding history. The theme for the 2019 homecoming was “Back to the Future,” as Ohio State continues a yearlong celebration of its sesquicentennial. Read More

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Schools

Community To Have Role As Mansfield Schools Develop Strategic Plan

24 Sep , 2019  

Mansfield City Schools has begun development of a strategic plan, a five-year road map to achieve specific district goals and objectives. The process began earlier this month when the Board of Education and district administrators met with Dr. Bobby Moore, founder of EPiC Impact Education Group, who will lead the process toward debuting the completed plan in August. Read More

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Students And Parents: Find Out About OSUM During Campus Visit Days

19 Sep , 2019  

Although the school year just began, it’s not too early for graduating seniors to start considering their options for college. Actually, seniors along with juniors, sophomores and even freshmen have the ability to check out at least one Richland County option, The Ohio State University at Mansfield (OSUM) during OSUM Campus Visit Day events. These events are designed to let high school students explore the idea of attending the Ohio State University at Mansfield by gaining familiarity with the campus and the school itself. The schedule of the events includes the opportunity to learn about OSUM, tour the campus, visit student housing, and meet with staff in admissions, advising, and financial aid. Read More