• Society of Women Engineers now at Otterbein University
  • Noble Transitions celebrates students of color’s academic careers
  • Otterbein Commencement to Feature First Zoo and Conservation Science Graduating Class
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  • Lydie Dorelien ’15: From Student to Admission Counselor
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  • News & Events

  • Commencement Line Up
    Commencement News: First zoo and conservation science class, speakers, Class of 2016 info, and more.
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  • Graduation 2015
    Coming to campus for commencement? Here's what you need to know! Can't make it? See it live at
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  • Commencement Line Up
    Otterbein celebrates this weekend with Graduate Commencement on April 30 and Undergraduate Commencement on May 1.
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  • Hermsen
    English Professor Terry Hermsen helps high school students combine poetry and bilingual translation.
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  • JoseVitier
    Opening Doors to the World: Otterbein is sharing the artistic achievements of the Cuban people with music performances in April.
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  • President Krendl
    President Krendl talks with Smart Business Magazine about her successes at Otterbein and the University's future.
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  • LaTriceSmall
    Political Science Professor La Trice Washington talks to The Christian Science Monitor about Trump and the Hispanic vote.
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  • Miguel Martinez-Saenz
    Otterbein Provost Miguel Martinez-Saenz discusses college access and affordability for students of all backgrounds.
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