Boasting 14 four-year public universities with 24 branch campuses, 23 two-year community and technical colleges, one public college of medicine and more than 50 four-year private colleges and universities, Ohio is truly a haven for higher education.
U.S. News and World Report ranks several of Ohio’s institutions among the best nationally, including Case Western Reserve University (private), The Ohio State University (public), Miami University (public), University of Dayton (private) and Ohio University (public).
In the category of “Liberal Arts Colleges,” U.S. News and World Report ranks Oberlin College (private), Kenyon College (private), Denison University (private), College of Wooster (private), Ohio Wesleyan (private), and Wittenberg (private) among the best in the nation.
Below you will find some general information on Ohio’s independently operated public universities. For more information on Ohio’s community and technical colleges, please visit the Ohio Association of Community Colleges’ website, www.ohiocc.org. For more information on Ohio’s private colleges and universities, please visit the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Ohio’s website, www.aicuo.edu.