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About Ohio Christian University

We are committed to offering a complete education that develops students intellectually, professionally, and spiritually. We achieve this by providing accredited degree programs for residential undergraduate students, graduate students, adult, and online students. In addition, our Trailblazer Academy allows high school students to complete college classes. All of our programs are designed to equip students to become leaders in their careers, communities, families, and the world.

“One of the best things about OCU is the professors. They not only care about your growth educationally, but they also want to see you grow spiritually.”
- Alex McCrary ‘18

“I enrolled in the College of Adult and Graduate Studies (AGS) because it is attuned to helping working adults achieve their career goals.”
- Sharon Sharpe ‘18

“I got to know so many amazing people through Ohio Christian University.”
- Crystal Bethel ‘21

“The courses are useful and beneficial. Taking these courses hasn’t seemed like work.”
- Victoria Litteral ‘19

“I graduated college early because of the Trailblazer Academy! The atmosphere, courses, and people were all amazing and truly prepared me for college life.”
- Sarah Dorsett ‘18

“The school’s spiritual focus had a powerful positive impact, supported by fellowship with students. I was growing in God’s Word and was ministering, combining interests in ministry and athletics.”
- Mike Holbrook ‘78

“The Christ-centered focus here creates a supportive environment that encourages students to do the best they can.”
- Quentin Detillion '20

“OCU has taught me to take chances. Through Christ, we can do anything, even the seemingly impossible.”
- Clarissa Crowley ‘19