Adult & Graduate Student Resources

Introducing myOCU

We've created a new, centralized dashboard where you'll find the resources and website links you need all in one place. Upon logging in, you'll find tutorials, links to OCU systems and services (Webmail, e360, etc.), academic and advising resources, and more. Plus, we'll be improving the dashboard and adding more personalized content based on your feedback.

Login today at http://my.ohiochristian.edu

  • Use your OCU email credentials to login. (If your OCU email address is jdoe@ohiochristian.edu, your username will be jdoe.)
  • Enjoy!
  • Send us your feedback so we can continue improving our services.

 


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These important tutorials that will help you make the most of your OCU online experience.


 

Student Health Insurance

Students interested in securing individual or family health coverage may obtain a free quote online or contact:
Kacey Grady, 614-224-4432 or kacey@gradyenterprises.com


Recent News


OCU Students Visit Washington D.C. and Congressman Stephen Austria (OH-7)
 Fourteen of Ohio Christian University's top students were selected by Dr. David H. Garrison, Department Chair of Business, for a two day visit to Washington D.C.
Lady Blazers Sign Grove City Christian's Sarah Sharp
Grove City Christian's post player Sarah Sharp signed to play basketball for the Lady Trailblazers next year.  Sarah was a two-year starter for the Lady Eagles, and was also Team Captain for two years.  She will add depth to the Lady Blazers in the post position.   Head Coach Mandy Wray said, "Sarah is a nice addition to our team.  She is a
Local Point Guard Signs with Lady Trailblazers
Coach Mandy Wray signed her first local recruit last week when Teay's Valley point guard Kim Craycraft signed to play basketball for the Lady Trailblazers next year.  "Kim will be a great addition for us next year.  She is a great point guard and very well-rounded.  Her speed and athleticism will fit our style very well.  Kim sees the f
Triple Play Halts Blazer Upset Bid
Halfway through the game with Division 1 and ranked Cedarville, it looked lilke the upstart Blazers baseball squad was set for the upset of the season. Tied 2-2 in the 5th, the game got away on two freak plays. In the top of the fifth, the inning ending third out was lost in the sun and fell for a two run double for Cedarville.