Ohio Dominican University is the university partner of The Charles School. A fully accredited, four-year liberal arts institution, Ohio Dominican was founded in 1911. The university occupies 64 beautifully wooded acres, centrally located in Columbus, Ohio. Today, Ohio Dominican has over 3,000 students -- nearly 90% of whom receive financial aid. Ohio Dominican is committed to academic excellence, lifelong learning and community service.
Students are the top priority at Ohio Dominican, as they are at The Charles School. The university’s acclaimed liberal arts curriculum is at the core of all academic studies. Classes are small and students may choose from more than 50 undergraduate majors. The student body is diverse and individualism is celebrated, regardless of age, race, gender, religious background, ethnic or cultural heritage.
In addition, there are many opportunities for community service and a full range of co-curricular organizations, including student government, performance arts, athletics, honor societies, and multicultural, as well as a wide range of religious and social organizations.