Exciting things are happening on campus this Fall. Don't be-leaf us? Scroll down to find out!
During the month of November, our Instagram Live is going to feature various campus departments and student organizations. Hear directly from staff members and students from these areas, and how their involvement has shaped their experience on-campus.
Nov. 17th - 10:00am: Office of Social Justice and Activism
Nov. 17th - 7:00pm: Center for Community Engagement
Nov. 18th - 3:00pm: Greek Life
Nov. 19th - 4:00pm: Study Abroad Programs
Want to learn more about our test-optional admission policy? Or scholarship opportunities such as The Cardinal Science Scholar's Program?
The Admissions Office will be hosting virtual Zoom meetings on Nov. 17th at 12:00pm EST and Nov. 19th at 3:00pm EST.
Class Year: Senior (2021)
Major: Public Relations
Minors: Psychology and Race & Ethnic Studies Hometown: Whitehall, Ohio
What does Greek Life mean to you?:
“Greek Life here at Otterbein has completely transformed who I am as a person and as a student. Joining my chapter has made me more outgoing, more confident, and has greatly improved my leadership abilities. I am very grateful for the lessons I’ve learned and the lifelong friends that I’ve made within the Greek community."
Class Year: Junior (2022)
Major: Equine Pre-Veterinary
Hometown: Covington, OH
How has your involvement with ROTC helped enhance your experience at Otterbein?:
"The ROTC program has helped to enhance my experience here at Otterbein by helping me to connect with other people outside of my major and sport. I have made really great friends through the ROTC program that have helped me step outside of my comfort zone and learn how to become a better leader."
Class Year: Sophomore (2023)
Major: Equine Pre-Veterinary
Hometown: North Canton, OH
How has your involvement in community service helped to enhance your experience at Otterbein?:
"Community service has helped me to learn communication skills as well as organizational skills that can be applied within my future career as a veterinarian. I have had the chance to speak to multiple media sources which helps my public speaking skills as well as providing me with the ability to speak to news sources. Volunteer work allows me to interact with a more diverse crowd on campus that is outside of my major."
As a Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation Campus Center, Otterbein will work with its own campus community as well as the Columbus City and Westerville City school districts to create positive narrative change about race; promote racial healing activities; and erase structural barriers to equal treatment and opportunity. Otterbein believes a deliberate, systematic and public effort of inclusion and healing is possible when everyone works together.
Susan Millsap, a Communications Professor at Otterbein, articulated to NBC news how both President Trump and former Vice President Biden bring wildly different skills to the debate stage that they can use to their advantage — or peril.
La Trice Washington, Associate Professor of Political Science at Otterbein, teaches classes during presidential election years that draw directly from current events to bring life to the topics in the curriculum. Multiple news outlets interviewed Washington for her vast knowledge on the election.
There is a pre-screen process we ask applicants to complete before applying for academic admission into the university. The pre-screen is to be completed through Acceptd, and must be completed by Dec. 1st, 2020. Once students pass the pre-screen and have been invited to audition, they are encouraged to fill out our university application through the common app.
There is a pre-screen process we ask applicants to complete before applying for academic admission into the university. The pre-screen is to be completed through Acceptd, and must be completed by Dec. 1st, 2020. Otterbein is also a participant in the Musical Theatre Common Pre-Screen for the 2020-2021 year. Once students pass the pre-screen and have been invited to audition, they are encouraged to fill out our university application through the common app.
Please submit your application for academic admission to Otterbein University. Once completed, then submit a profile to Acceptd. When both things are completed, you will be granted access to schedule your on-campus or online interview. University admission decisions and BA Theatre decisions are made on a rolling basis. Students must be accepted to both the university and the BA Theatre program to enroll in coursework.
Please submit your application for academic admission to Otterbein University. Once completed, then submit a profile to Acceptd. When both things are completed, you will be granted access to schedule your on-campus or online interview. University admission decisions and BFA Design & Technology decisions are made on a rolling basis. Students must be accepted to both the university and the BFA program to enroll in Design & Technology coursework.
"My professors and supervisor provided connections for internships in and out of Ohio."
Bronwyn Buys Du Plessis
Major: Pre-Veterinary Equine Science
Home Country: South Africa
Involvement: International Senator Representative, Student Government, Equestrian Team Member
“I was fortunate to have found Otterbein, and I’m grateful to have made the perfect choice for myself and my future.”
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