College Education In Ohio: Ohio offers a wide assortment of education opportunities for students, with 187 institutions of higher learning and a variety of vocational and technical schools. Many of the state’s universities are located in Ohio’s big cities like Cleveland, Cincinnati, Dayton and Columbus, while others have campuses in endearing small towns.
Ohio Colleges In the Rankings: U.S. News and World Report rankings: National Rankings – Case Western Reserve University (#41), Ohio State University, Columbia (#56), Miami University, Oxford (#66); Liberal Arts Rankings – Oberlin College (#20), Kenyon College (#32), Denison University (#53), College of Wooster (#77).
A Closer Look at Ohio Education: Ohio State University is the oldest and largest school in the state, and it was recently designated the “flagship university” of Ohio’s state-run education system as of 2007.
Did You Know? Ohio State University is one of only four universities to win national championships in baseball, basketball and football -- unfortunately for Buckeye fans across the nation, only one (football in 2002) of these championships occurred after 1970.