December 2010

Ohio Christian University Begins Online Bachelor's Degree in Psychology March 2011

According to the National Center for Education Services, Psychology was the second most popular college degree awarded in 2009. Have you considered earning your bachelor's degree in Psychology? You can now do that at Ohio Christian University through the convenience of a fully online program of instruction right from your own home.  Read more »

Schooled in Disaster Work

OCU Disaster Management Program Featured in The Salvation Army's "Priority" Magazine

Classes had just begun in January at Ohio Christian University in a brand-new Disaster Management & Relief B.A. program. Read more »

Ohio Christian University and Central Ohio Technical College Sign Dual Admission Agreement

A groundbreaking dual admission agreement between Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) and Ohio Christian University (OCU) is the first such agreement of its kind for COTC, and will provide a direct route to a bachelor's degree for more students at the two-year college. Read more »

Lady Blazers Fall to Asbury

The Lady Trailblazers traveled to Wilmore, Kentucky on Friday to face Asbury University (an NAIA DII school).  The Eagles jumped out to an early 19 point lead in the first ten minutes of the game, shooting 54% in the first half, but the OCU women were able to fight back and cut the lead to 8 by the half (32-40).  The Lady Blazers forced more turnovers, and totaled more steals and assi Read more »

Trailblazers Sign Logan Elm's Nathan Elswick

The summer entering into his senior season, Nathan Elswick had decisions to make, decisions as to what to do after his high school career was over. As a student at Logan Elm High School, Nathan would consider Ohio Christian University as his college to attend. Read more »

Trailblazers Go 1-1 in Kentucky

The Ohio Christian University men's basketball team went 1-1 over the weekend with a 93-89 win over Union College and a 91-82 loss to host Asbury University.

Tirrell Cumberland led the Trailblazers against Union with 25 points and six rebounds. Read more »

Professor Anthony Presents Musical Performances for Christmas

Professor Anthony and Sons Present Musical Performances for Christmas

OCU Professor John Anthony was recently a featured soloist on the Bugler's Holiday with the Pumpkin Show Band.

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Lady Trailblazers Win Christmas Tournament

The OCU women's basketball team remained undefeated against NCCAA opponents this weekend, defeating Kuyper College 83-54 and Grace Bible College 102-72.  On Friday, senior forward Danielle Fleming led the Blazers with 20 points, 11 rebounds, and 8 steals (just two shy of a triple double).  Freshman Kaity Wyeth added 16 points, 8 rebounds, and 2 steals, while sophomore guard Shelby Roe Read more »

OCU Soccer Honored with All-Americans

Both the Men's and women's soccer team were honored with players being named All-American.  These honors are voted on by the coaches in the NCCAA for their 2010 season.

OCU Women's first All-American's are Liesi South and Heidi Bryan since last year no one from the team was an All-American.  Liesi was named to the NCCAA 2nd Team All-American a well deserved honor accordin Read more »

OCU Psych Club Created, Holds First Meeting & Elects President

The Psychology Department of Ohio Christian University held the first meeting of the newly created Psych Club on Friday, December 2, 2010. Under the leadership of Dr. Larry Olson, the psychology department is seeking to fill the various academic needs of psychology majors through activities that extend beyond the traditional classroom. Dr. Sylvia McDonald, psychology department faculty, suggested the creation of a Psychology Club and has volunteered to help form and advise the club. Read more »