Otterbein University Welcomes Adult and Transfer Students at Upcoming Open Houses
Otterbein University opens its doors to prospective adult and transfer students at open house session on Jan. 3. The session will begin with registration at 5:30 p.m. and the program at 6 p.m. in Roush Hall, 27 W. Grove St. To register, visit www.otterbein.edu/openhouse.
“Otterbein University welcomes adults as they look to complete their bachelor's degrees. As a small liberal arts university with just under 3000 students, Otterbein is able to give students personal assistance as they continue their educational journeys,” said Dr. Susan Millsap, interim assistant dean for academic affairs at Otterbein.
The Adult and Transfer programs are designed for adults who may be starting their degrees or picking up where they left off. Classes are also offered for those seeking additional professional development in order to advance or change careers. Military veterans are welcome through the Post 9/11 GI Bill Yellow Ribbon program.
The following majors are offered either during the day and evening: business administration, accounting and public accounting, economics, finance, human resources management, management, international business and management, marketing, communication studies, English (literary studies), psychology, teacher licensure and undergraduate degree licensure, liberal studies in accounting, liberal studies in business and liberal studies in leadership (concentrations in organizational communication and psychology of leadership). Over 73 daytime majors and 44 minors are offered.
The campus is conveniently located near the I-71 and I-270 Polaris exit. Classes are small, students receive personal attention and individual advising and the tuition is affordable.
Spring semester begins Jan. 28, 2013. Apply online at www.otterbein.edu/apply. Call 614-823-1356, e-mail email@example.com, or visit www.otterbein.edu/earndegree to meet with an adviser.
Graduate programs are also offered in business, nursing, education, educational mathematics and allied health. Visit www.otterbein.edu/graduate for more information.