Ohio - Eastern is a public university located in Richland Township, Ohio. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 384 undergraduate students. The Ohio - Eastern acceptance rate is 100%. The only major offered is Liberal Arts and Humanities. Graduating 41% of students, Ohio - Eastern alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $32,700.
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The professors care about their students and are completely understandable. The professors understand that this is not our only class and that the students have stressful lives. The professors are available whenever we need them and the professors respond to our emails in an fast, appropriate manner. The professors become your "school parents". I am proud to be a Ohio University Eastern student, especially in the Social Work program. Thank you Dr. Galbreath, Dr. Greenlee, and Tracy Pritchard for all of your help and guidance throughout my journey as a Social Work student!
I attended OUE because they offered me a scholarship for a free year of college and I could continue to live at home where the cost of living is low. The grand majority of students attend for the same reason with most moving on from the school within a few years to complete their degrees elsewhere. That's why the 'student scene' depends on reach out to others in the same class; Majority of us work. The courses are well put together without too much stress.
My time spent at Ohio University Eastern, in my opinion was very well worth it for me. In my time there i made some great connections with students and professors alike. I earned some great credits that will transfer over to other colleges for me in the future. This just means it helped me get a great education for a much lower cost, which is really beneficial for me and my family.