More Than a Campus, We’re a Community
At Urbana, we think beyond your degree. Our goal is to equip you with knowledge relevant to the real world, surround you with a community of friends, faculty and through leaders, provide resources that empower your success, and support you every step of the way.
Nestled on 128 acres in western Ohio, about an hour from Columbus and Dayton, Urbana’s campus blends the small college experience with the proximity of major Midwestern cities. Schedule your visit to campus and see why more than 2,000 Urbana students get the best of both worlds.
While we want you to feel comfortable here – college is about growth and discovery. So push your boundaries and explore new things. With more than 30 student-led academic, professional, performing arts, social and service organizations, as well as 17 NCAA Division II sports and club sports, you’re bound to find something that piques your interest.
Are you a transfer student with college credits and a desire to earn your degree close to home? At Urbana, you’ll benefit from admissions counselors who will work with you to help keep the credit you’ve earned, and our close-knit and supportive environment provides everything you need to excel.
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It is my greatest pleasure to be able to use my direct personal connections within the business field to further the professional aspirations of my students. I continuously search for opportunities to mentor and foster relationships with each student that I teach or advise. My goal is to support the success of their academic endeavors and their future business careers.
I chose Urbana because I wanted to continue my football career and earn my college degree. At Urbana, I had the opportunity to do both
Really getting to know my professors has been great.The small class sizes and one-on-one attention are something you don’t get everywhere and it really contributes to my learning.
I chose Urbana for its small classes and the personal attention from faculty.
I chose Urbana because of its close proximity to home, the financial aid available and the small class sizes.