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Colleges in Ohio

Want to know more about Ohio colleges? FLDCU.org can help you to decide which type of Ohio college offers the lifestyle, sports and degree programs that will help you further your education and future career.

Get Current Stats on OH Colleges

FLDCU.org brings together information from multiple resources to create one of the most comprehensive Ohio college databases online. Here you'll find state-wide statistics such as:

  • Campus Settings in OH
  • Ohio Sports Programs
  • Student Populations
  • Types of College Degrees Awarded in Ohio
  • Total Number of Degrees Offered

This valuable information gives you a good idea of what you can expect to find at colleges in Ohio. You can also use these statistics to see how Ohio colleges compare to the rest of the U.S., or see how an individual school compares to the state average. Does Ohio have a large student population? Is there a good student-to-faculty ratio in Ohio compared to the national average?

The information found here and in our top 10 college lists help answer these questions and more.

See the Top Ohio College Sports Programs, Degrees & More

If you want more detailed information take a look at our top 10 lists for Ohio colleges. The lists outline the most popular degree programs, sports programs and types of schools in OH. Already know what type of college you want to attend? Check to see how many options there are in Ohio.

Search for Information on a Specific Ohio College

FLDCU.org can also help you figure out if a particular Ohio college is the best option for your major and interests. Get details on the type of degrees a specific school offers, the sports programs they have, their faculty, the student population and a whole lot more.

Use the interactive state map to get additional information on the top 100 colleges in Ohio with the highest student population, see college statistics for the state and explore the top 10 college lists for more information.

By The Numbers

Information about schools, colleges and universities in the United States.
  • Total Schools: 389
  • Total Students: 758,295
  • Undergraduate Students: 374,899
  • Total Faculty: 45,408
  • Student-to-Faculty Ratio: 17:1