The Ohio State University

One of the largest universities in the United States, Ohio State boasts a total enrollment of over 63,000; its campus, located in the heart of Columbus, Ohio, totals over 15,000 acres. Click on the links below to learn more about OSU’s diverse social, cultural, geographical, and historical contexts.

The Ohio State University homepage: the official site of the university

The Ohio State University wiki: includes interesting anecdotes not offered on the official site

OSU Highlights from ExperienceColumbus.com

The University District homepage: Located just north of downtown Columbus and a delight to visitors, the University District is one of Central Ohio’s most diverse communities. Click on the link to learn about the unique mix of urban and natural landscapes that make this area so unique.

The Wexner Center for the Arts homepage: Located on OSU’s campus, The Wexner Center for the Arts is a “research laboratory for the arts” that focuses on showcasing a variety of artistic expression: traditional exhibitions, film/video, and the performing arts. Music by Les Primitifs du Futur, films by 2009-2010 Residency Award recipient Lewis Klahr, and an exhibition by American artist Mark Bradford are just a sampling of what’s coming up at the “Wex”!

The South Campus Gateway homepage: Providing the University District with amazing shopping, dining, and socializing opportunities, the South Campus Gateway area houses one of the largest retail Barnes and Noble bookstores in the country, as well as Eddie George’s Grille 27 and the Gateway Film Center.

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