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Ottawa University

None, United States
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Student population Medium
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Institution type Private

About Ottawa University

For 150 years, Ottawa University has educated students for lifetimes of enlightened faith, exemplary service, inspired leadership, and personal growth and significance. The mission of Ottawa University is to provide the highest quality liberal arts and professional education in a caring, Christ-centered community of grace which integrates faith, learning and life. The University serves students of traditional age, adult learners and organizations through undergraduate and graduate programs. Ottawa University is where rich tradition meets affordable tuition and flexibility meets fulfillment. Pursue your passions today.

Campus information

There's nothing like life on campus - spontaneous Ultimate Frisbee games, midnight doughnut runs and athletic events are just a few examples of what you'll experience here.

Your weekends are going to be full of activities, from attending Ottawa University theater performances, to concerts and rooting for the Braves and Lady Braves at athletic games.

From the first student newspaper in the state to service and campus ministries, you'll find a wide variety of ways to get involved, meet friends, and make an impact.

When you need to take a break and refuel, check out the delicious offerings from our food services department. In addition, you can visit the bookstore for school supplies and Ottawa University apparel.

Accommodation

Life in one of our three residence halls will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience!  Plan to take advantage of every opportunity to make as many friends and learn as much as you can. You will meet people from all over the United States and around the world, giving you the chance to learn about new cultures and customs and to share ideas.

  • Bennett Hall - Bennett Hall is a three-floor co-ed residence hall that houses 152 students. It opened in 2000 and was named in 2003 to honor former Ottawa University Trustee Ransom Bennett. This residence hall offers suite-style living. Each suite has a common living room and double bedrooms. The hall also has three first-floor apartments for upperclassmen. A common laundry facility is located on each floor, study areas and lounges are located throughout the building. Bennett Hall has a resident director (RD) and six resident assistants (RA). Facilities include:
    • Air Conditioning, with individual suite thermostats
    • High-speed wireless Internet access
    • Cable TV access
    • Blinds
    • Bed
    • Mattress
    • Desk
    • Desk Chair
    • Built-in Closet
    • Suites furnished with a sofa, loveseat, coffee table, dining table with four chairs, end table, and a bathroom
  • Brown Hall - Brown Hall is a three-floor co-ed residence hall that houses 158 students in traditional residence hall rooms. This residence hall has community restrooms located on each wing. The building has a common lounge area for programs and hall meetings. Students may also use the lounge to watch TV, play pool or ping pong, or study. Laundry facilities are located on each floor. A resident director (RD) lives in Brown Hall, and six resident assistants (RA) live in the hall also. Facilities include:
    • Air conditioning, with individual suite thermostats
    • High-speed wireless Internet access
    • Cable TV access
    • Blinds
    • Bed
    • Mattress
    • Desk
    • Desk chair
    • Free-standing closet
  • Martin Hall - Martin Hall is a three-floor co-ed residence hall that houses 72 students in three types of suite-style arrangements. Each suite has a common living room with single and double bedrooms, a kitchen and common living area. The American Baptist Women of the Central Region provided furniture for the O'Dell Lobby area on the first floor. There is a laundry facility and vending area located in the hall's basement. A resident director (RD) lives in Martin Hall along with five resident assistants (RA). Martin Hall opened in 1947, closed in 1993, and re-opened in 1999 after extensive renovations. Facilities include:
    • Air conditioning, with individual suite thermostats
    • High-speed wireless Internet access
    • Cable TV access
    • Blinds
    • Bed
    • Mattress
    • Desk
    • Desk chair
    • Built-in closet
    • Suites furnished with a sofa, loveseat, coffee table, dining table with four chairs, end table, and a bathroom
  • Apartment - A revived housing option is now available for Ottawa University students who are at least 21 years old and maintain a GPA of 2.7 or above. Located two blocks from campus at the corner of 8th and Oak Streets, the renovated apartment building boasts four-bedroom suites with higher-end amenities. Facilitites include:
    • Full kitchen with dishwasher, stove, and microwave
    • Washer and dryer
    • Internet and cable services
    • Wall-mounted flat-screen TV
    • Individual bedrooms
    • Assigned parking spots
    • Direct mail service
    • Stairweel mounted security cameras for safety

 

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Courses available 10

Accounting and Finance 2 Business and Management 1 Creative Arts & Design 2 Education and Teaching 1 Engineering 1 English Language 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 2 Mass Communication & Media 1 Sports Science 1

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