About The Ohio State University
Founded in 1870 as the state's land-grant institution, The Ohio State University consistently ranks among our nation's top public research universities. Ohio State is one of the nation's largest universities with some 60,000 students on its Columbus and regional campuses. Its proud designations—public, land-grant, flagship, Research I, urban, engaged—collectively and individually validate the university's firm commitment to teacher preparation as an institutional responsibility.
Teacher Preparation at Ohio State
The teacher preparation program for Fellows at Ohio State will be grounded in mathematics, biology, chemistry, physics, and earth sciences. More information.
Schools/Districts Working with Ohio State
Ohio State will partner with high-need secondary schools in the Woodrow Wilson Ohio Teaching Fellows Program.
Tuition and Assistance at Ohio State
The cost of attending The Ohio State University in 2012 was approximately $11,298 for residents and $28,746 for non-residents. Click here for more Ohio partner university tuition information.