Ohio - Zanesville is a public university located in Zanesville, Ohio. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 845 undergraduate students. The Ohio - Zanesville acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Nursing, Liberal Arts and Humanities, and Radio and Television Broadcasting Technician. Graduating 28% of students, Ohio - Zanesville alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $32,700.
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.7 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.7 responses
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Ohio University - Zanesville Reviews
I like the teachers at OUZ, and I love the campus. I have had nothing but great help from the staff as well. My only reason for giving 4 stars is because with the large amount of students they have, I would like to see a more diverse class selection. Not just different types of classes, but more times available of the ones they currently have as well.
Small campus, which may not be ideal for some, but there is significantly more one-on-one time available with the professors. Almost every professor I had was very caring and knowledgeable and they took the time to make sure I understood the material. Being a regional campus, the cost is relatively lower than most other colleges which is a huge plus. Most students work part time, and teachers understand this and they are normally very accommodating and flexible when it comes to school-work conflicts. I would recommend seriously considering this school before you make your final decision.
I loved the knowledgable faculty. The small campus gave me the opportunity to get close with my professors and even conduct my own research that is currently being published with my advisor as a coauthor. If anything needs improved, it's the foreign language department. The only option when I was there was a single Spanish professor who was entirely too strict on grading her native tongue. After speaking with students and faculty from all other campuses and the main university, I learned that her grading is the strictest, and the four semesters of her courses that I was forced to take for my humanities degree singlehandedly wrecked my GPA and prevented me from graduating with honors. Off of the top of my head I know three people (certainly there are more) that had to switch majors to prevent themselves from failing her courses.