The Ohio State University at Marion Organizational Endowment Fund was established in 2001 by the local campus’ Board. It supports the campus, which has served students of Marion and surrounding counties since 1957.
Co-located with Marion Technical College on 187 acres of land, including an 11-acre reconstructed native prairie, The Ohio State University at Marion offers the first two years of nearly all of Ohio State’s major fields of study and complete bachelor’s degree programs in Biology, Business Administration, Early Childhood Education, Engineering Technology, English, History, Middle Childhood Education, Nursing [RN to BSN option], Psychology, and Social Work. First rate faculty, including a long list of University Alumni Distinguished Teaching Award winners, play a critical role in extending access to The Ohio State University to students seeking the unique experiences offered at Ohio State Marion. Enrollment is approximately 1,150 annually.