Parents and Families
As the parent of a current or potential ONU student, you should know that your student’s future is safe here. With our 95 percent average placement rate, you can rest easy knowing that with an ONU education, your student will almost certainly be prepared for the next phase of their lives – whether it’s graduate school, the working world, the military or something else entirely.
To get there, ONU students engage in excellent academic programs full of opportunities such as student-faculty research collaborations, internships, service learning, and other high-impact activities.
Welcome to the Ohio Northern University family. Your student has made an excellent decision to become a Polar Bear! This website will help you navigate through the university experience. ONU is poised to provide your student with a transforming education, and we look forward to staying connected and interacting along the way. — President Dan DiBiasio
Our students value not only the rigor and relevance of our academic programs, but also the quality of our co-curricular experiences, as they pursue their talents and passions as student-leaders, student-performers, student-volunteers and student-athletes.
As a parent of an ONU student, you can connect to a variety of services and offices online. Whether you’re navigating the financial aid process, curious about special campus events or looking to explore the village of Ada during your next visit, our website should be your first stop for answers to all your questions.
ONU is poised to provide your student with a transforming education, and we look forward to staying connected and interacting with parents and families along the way.
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