CIRCLEVILLE, OH – Ohio Christian University is pleased to announce that they have been named an NAIA Champions of Character Five-Star Institution for the 2017-18 academic year.
Each year, NAIA schools use the Champions of Character scorecard to measure the pursuit of character-driven athletics. Schools scoring a minimum of 60 out of 100 points earn the Champions of Character Five-Star Institution Award.
The Champions of Character Scorecard measures growth in training, promotion, conduct in competition and commitment in five key areas with a possibility of earning 100 points. Institutions can be recognized as Champions of Character Five-Star Institutions at three different levels: Gold (90-100 points), Silver (75-89 points) and Bronze (60-74 points).
Throughout the year, the Ohio Christian University Athletic Department received points through a multitude of activities and achievements. Some highlights of the year would be hosting the Pickaway County Community Basketball game, participating in the University’s Community Action Day, and serving at a local soup kitchen. The department would also boast a 3.06 GPA for the 2017-18 school year.
This year, 171 NAIA Institutions earned the Champions of Character Five-Star Institution Award. Details on this year's award winners and award web medallions can be found here.
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