Under the new tagline “Will It Be You?,” The Ohio State University at Mansfield is seeking to promote its wide range of offerings and its great location with a brand-new video.
That video can be viewed below.
In the meantime, here’s a repeat of information included in our “Everything You Always Wanted To Know About The Ohio State University at Mansfield” which we shared back in April.
- First institution of higher education in Mansfield: Female Institute, opened in 1840s near the current site of the Renaissance Theatre on Park Avenue West
- Date of first classes – 1958, held at Mansfield Senior High School
- Dates of other OSU regional campus beginnings: Marion and Newark – 1957; Lima – 1960; Agricultural Technical Institute in Wooster — 1971
- Date of Ohio General Assembly vote to build permanent campus: 1963
- Initial land acquisition campaign goal: $350,000
- Amount raised locally during land acquisition campaign: $600,000
- First building: Ovalwood Hall, dedicated in October 1966 by Governor James A. Rhodes and OSU President Novice Fawcett
- Most recent major building – John O. Riedl Hall, opened in 2006
- Buildings (some shared with North Central State College):
- Child Development Center, OSU/NC State
- Schuttera Service Center, OSU
- Campus Recreation Center, OSU/NC State
- Ovalwood Hall/Founders Auditorium/Pearl Conard Gallery, OSU
- Bromfield Hall/Conard Learning Center, OSU/NC State
- Eisenhower Hall, OSU/NC State
- Campus Bookstore, OSU/NC State
- John O. Riedl Hall (Administration and Classroom Building), OSU
- Jeffrey Molyet Village Apartments, OSU/NC State
- First apartments opened: 1988
- Number of wetlands on campus: 6
- Campus size: Described from 645 to 675 acres
- Enrollment: Varies, approximately 1400 undergraduates, of which 1170 are full time; 90 gradudate students
- Number of on-campus degree programs: 7 Bachelors and 2 Masters programs
- Number of degree programs utilizing both OSU Mansfield and the Main campus in Columbus: Over 200 majors
- Organizations on campus: 30
- Sports conference: Ohio Regional Campus Conference
- Team mascot: Mavericks
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