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Colleges

There are twelve colleges within 12 miles of Grove City!  From The Ohio State University to Columbus State Community College, central Ohio is a mecca of higher education.  Whether planning your college visits, staying over for a special event, or in town for graduation, Grove City has a lot to offer with close proximity, convenient restaurant options, and downtime activities.

Colleges

Capital University

Located in Bexley, Capital was founded in 1830 making it the oldest university in Central Ohio. Capital offers a variety of undergraduate and graduate degree programs covering more than 60 majors and 51 minors.

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Chamberlain College of Nursing

Just north of Columbus on Alum Creek Drive, Chamberlain College of Nursing is an HLC-accredited nursing school offering a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program. Central Ohio’s Chamberlain College of Nursing campus is one of thirteen locations in the United States.

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Columbus College of Art and Design

Offering Bachelors of Fine Arts and Masters of Fine Arts degrees, CCAD is conveniently located in Downtown Columbus near the nationally acclaimed Columbus Museum of Art. More than 1300 students attend CCAD spanning 9 different majors and 9 minors with multiple combinations and dual degree options available. CCAD also offers community classes including summer workshops, continuing education, and youth programming.

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Columbus State Community College

CSCC offers more than 120 associate degree options as well as several enrichment options. Columbus State’s main campus is in downtown Columbus with a secondary campus in the northern suburb of Delaware, Ohio.

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DeVry University

Located in south Columbus, DeVry offers undergraduate and graduate coursework options in Business & Management, Engineering & Information Sciences, Health Sciences, and Media Arts & Technology. There is also a satellite campus north of Columbus near Polaris Fashion Mall. Online and classroom courses are both options with DeVry.

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Franklin University

Franklin University is a private, non-profit institute of higher education. Known for its flexibility, Franklin has multiple campuses across the Midwest as well as online coursework options. With more than 30 undergraduate majors, 9 masters programs, and more than 20 minors, Franklin University offers a flexible opportunity for higher education.

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Harrison College

A contemporary, career-focused academic institution, Harrison College has several campuses across the Midwest including one in Grove City and a Culinary Campus in North Carolina. Associates and/or Bachelor’s degrees are offered seven fields: Business, Criminal Justice, Health Sciences, Information Technology, Veterinary Technology, and Culinary Arts.

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Mount Carmel College of Nursing

Mount Carmel College of Nursing offers Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programs in Nursing, an RN-BSN Completion program, a Second Degree Accelerated Program, a Graduate Certificate in Nursing Education and a Dietetic Internship. The college is affiliated with Mount Carmel Health Systems and offers several opportunities to explore specialty fields.

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Ohio Christian University

Located within the Grove City Christian School at 4750 Hoover Rd./Grove City, OH/43123, Ohio Christian University offers 39 programs of study and 14 certificate programs.

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Ohio Dominican University

Located just northeast of downtown Columbus Ohio Dominican offers almost 50 undergraduate majors and more than ten graduate degree programs. With close proximity to all Columbus has to offer and several extracurricular activities, Ohio Dominican has become a top tier school in the Midwest earning acclaim from U.S. News & World Report.

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Otterbein University

Founded in 1847, Otterbein is located in Westerville, just northeast of Columbus. With a strong arts program and more than 70 undergraduate majors, 44 minors, four master’s degrees, and a doctor of nursing practice to choose from, Otterbein boasts a diverse student body and excellent teacher to student ratio.

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The Ohio State University

From nationally renowned athletic teams to acclaimed arts programs and everything in between, The Ohio State University offers 175 different majors spanning 14 different colleges on campuses all over Ohio. OSU’s main campus is more than 1700 acres and only a short drive from Grove City. More than 56,000 students traverse the main campus to eat, study, and play making OSU a destination in itself.

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