1 South Grove Street, Westerville, OH 43081
Otterbein University is a private, Christian university in Westerville, OH. The acceptance rate is 81%, making it attainable for most. On our best colleges list, it ranks #435 in the nation. It has a smaller sized student body with 2,408 full-time students enrolled. Otterbein undergrads can choose from 57 available majors across eight disciplines. The most commonly desired focuses are Nursing, Psychology, and Health Service Preparatory Studies, with 10% of graduates receiving a Bachelor's in Nursing. 7% and 5% of students study Psychology and Health Service Preparatory Studies, respectively. If you plan to major in veterinary studies but don't have high test scores, Otterbein is a great choice for you, because its veterinary studies program is ranked number ten in the country. Additionally, Otterbein University ranked 4th in OH for best Christian colleges. Without any aid, tuition runs $33,467 a year. Before you decide not to apply due to the cost, be aware that all Otterbein undergrads are awarded grant or scholarship funding. 63% of Otterbein University undergraduates make it to graduation day, wide-eyed and awaiting to land a stimulating job. On average, alumni make an annual salary of $35,200 two years after commencement. After an additional four years of work experience, the graduate's average yearly wage increases 22.4% to $43,100, which is 7.5% higher than the national median earnings. Applying students might like to find that you are required to submit letters of recommendation along with your application. Secondly, the student-faculty ratio is 11:1, and Otterbein does not have a distance education program. Relating to your wallet, be aware that Otterbein offers a tuition guarantee plan, which insures that your tuition will stay the same during your enrollment and 30% of undergrads secure state grants. Related to demographics, 46% of undergrads are 18 to 19 years old and the student body is made up of 2% Asian American students. When it comes to the campus experience, meal plans are available for students. To wind things up, six years after completing their studies, the highest-earning quarter of graduates rake in $60,800 or more and one in four graduates earn $28,500 or less six years after graduation.
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Early Childhood Education