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Best Online Colleges Award

Value Colleges recently named Ohio Christian University as one of the top online colleges in Ohio, awarding Ohio Christian the #2 spot.

According to the Value Colleges article, “The programs featured in Value Colleges’ Best Online Colleges in Ohio have found the best balance between affordability, accessibility, and quality.”

Ohio Christian’s Online Program offers over 50 Certificate, Associate, Bachelor and Master level degree programs in the areas of Business, Marketing, Data Analytics, Information Technology, Emergency Management, Human Services, Criminal Justice, Ministry, Psychology and many more. Students can earn their degree completely online and do not have to log in at a specific time. Explore online degree programs.

Articles of Interest

Five Things to Consider When Choosing an Online University

Published: May 31, 2022

“I know that I want to pursue an online degree, but what are some of the things I should I consider?”  If this question sounds familiar, rest assured that you are not alone. Many aspiring students ponder whether one online program over another will offer a leg-up advantage in their career pursuits. The cornerstone of most online programs is their flexible schedule, however, all online programs are not alike. There are Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) that offer certifications and there are postsecondary degrees, which the data shows most employers still prefer for their employees
“I know that I want to pursue an online degree, but what are some of the things I should I consider?”  If this question sounds familiar, rest assured that you are not alone. Many aspiring students ponder whether one online program over another will offer a leg-up advantage in their career pursuits. The cornerstone of most online programs is their flexible schedule, however, all online
“I know that I want to pursue an online degree, but what are some of the things I should I consider?”  If this question sounds familiar, rest assured that you are not alone. Many aspiring students

Archived Articles of Interest

OCU Graduate Romy Nos and Family

Romy Nos on the OCU Experience

OCU Graduate Romy Nos and Family

Published: August 31, 2015

What did you like best about attending OCU? I enjoyed rubbing shoulders with other men and women who are passionate about their faith and their studies, and I loved how the professors truly cared about their subject matter and us as students. What program/location were you enrolled in? Masters in Ministry (Pastoral Counseling Program) onsite campus in Circleville Was there a class or professor that impacted your life? Professor Bill Ury (Theology of John Wesley) - He truly made Theology a delight to learn, and I could tell that he truly lives by what he believes.
What did you like best about attending OCU? I enjoyed rubbing shoulders with other men and women who are passionate about their faith and their studies, and I loved how the professors truly cared about their subject matter and us as students. What program/location were you enrolled in? Masters in Ministry (Pastoral Counseling Program) onsite campus in Circleville Was there a
What did you like best about attending OCU? I enjoyed rubbing shoulders with other men and women who are passionate about their faith and their studies, and I loved how the professors truly
10 Must Have Tips for Adults Going Back to School image

10 Must Have Tips for Adults Going Back to School

10 Must Have Tips for Adults Going Back to School image

Published: July 21, 2015

So you’ve finally committed to start the journey to get your college degree or to finish the degree program you started years ago - before life got in the way. Balancing school, a job, and a family is tough for anyone. These 10 tips are a must to making the transition seamless. 1.     Build your support network.  Making sure your family is onboard - and that they understand your goals and why you want to do this - is important. It’s like any goal; when you have others who are there to support and encourage you, your success rate will be higher. Talk with your family about the
So you’ve finally committed to start the journey to get your college degree or to finish the degree program you started years ago - before life got in the way. Balancing school, a job, and a family is tough for anyone. These 10 tips are a must to making the transition seamless. 1.     Build your support network.  Making sure your family is onboard - and that they understand your goals
So you’ve finally committed to start the journey to get your college degree or to finish the degree program you started years ago - before life got in the way. Balancing school, a job, and a family
More Than a Job image

More Than a Job

More Than a Job image

Published: July 9, 2015

With the economic state of the United States as is, it would be an understatement to say that a majority of the populace is intently focused on securing employment. As an adult, it is a crucial part of being responsible. However, in adapting to the daily routine of work and family, we can often get trapped in an obligatory mindset, only thinking of our job as a means to an end.Marilyn McFarlin, a full-time foster parent and babysitter from Pennsylvania, had initially begun her career with this mindset. She loved serving young kids and found it fulfilling; however, she recognized the
With the economic state of the United States as is, it would be an understatement to say that a majority of the populace is intently focused on securing employment. As an adult, it is a crucial part of being responsible. However, in adapting to the daily routine of work and family, we can often get trapped in an obligatory mindset, only thinking of our job as a means to an end.Marilyn
With the economic state of the United States as is, it would be an understatement to say that a majority of the populace is intently focused on securing employment. As an adult, it is a crucial
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New 3-Year Bachelor’s Degree Saves Time and Money for OCU Students

New 3-Year Bachelor’s Degree Saves Time and Money for OCU Students image

Published: June 12, 2014

A three-year bachelor’s degree will be offered next academic year at OCU. Those in the Business program can elect to take a sequence of classes to earn 18 credits per semester and six credits per summer, 120 credits total, in only three years! Earning a bachelor’s degree in three years saves a year of tuition and residence hall expenses, and allows entrance into the workforce or graduate school a year earlier. It gives other students the opportunity to pursue a dual major, to spend time studying abroad, or to complete an internship.A 3-year degree provides a high-quality, low-cost
A three-year bachelor’s degree will be offered next academic year at OCU. Those in the Business program can elect to take a sequence of classes to earn 18 credits per semester and six credits per summer, 120 credits total, in only three years! Earning a bachelor’s degree in three years saves a year of tuition and residence hall expenses, and allows entrance into the workforce or graduate
A three-year bachelor’s degree will be offered next academic year at OCU. Those in the Business program can elect to take a sequence of classes to earn 18 credits per semester and six credits per
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OCU Announces New Chaplain for Adult Program

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Published: December 21, 2012

Ohio Christian University (OCU) is pleased to announce a new chaplain who will serve students in the College of Adult and Graduate Studies. Pastor M. R. McCrary (Pastor Mac) hails from a small community in southern Indiana, where he began in ministry as a teenager. By age 19, he had answered the call to pastoral ministry and has since given 55 years of his life to pastoral and evangelical service. Pastor Mac notes the highlight of his ministry has been “working with students and youth.”As the Chaplain for Adult and Graduate students, Pastor Mac will support OCU students on their
Ohio Christian University (OCU) is pleased to announce a new chaplain who will serve students in the College of Adult and Graduate Studies. Pastor M. R. McCrary (Pastor Mac) hails from a small community in southern Indiana, where he began in ministry as a teenager. By age 19, he had answered the call to pastoral ministry and has since given 55 years of his life to pastoral and evangelical
Ohio Christian University (OCU) is pleased to announce a new chaplain who will serve students in the College of Adult and Graduate Studies. Pastor M. R. McCrary (Pastor Mac) hails from a small