"I think my fondest memory was making the transition from high school to college and finally feeling like an adult. I was scared at first, but when I was on campus, I felt like it was a safe place to explore ideas and find out who I really am."Nellie Krumlauf, President & Founder, Nellie's Catwalk for Kids, Public Relations Major, Class of 2013.
"The class size and ability to communicate with professors and fellow students is really what stood out to me about ODU. This type of interaction really helped me grow as a person and learn in a much more effective manner."Joe Bell, Senior Equity Analyst/Trader, Schaeffer's Investment Research, Cincinnati. MBA, Class of 2005.
"I chose Ohio Dominican for the small-school feel that also brought about a great community environment. From the moment I stepped on campus for the first visit, I felt a sense of community and it never changed throughout my time at ODU."Kevin M. McIntyre, Assurance Associate, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Columbus. MBA, Class of 2013, Accounting Major, Class of 2012.
“I felt more empowered at 10 p.m. after I finished class on Tuesday nights. If you want to change your life, and you need some direction and some strategy, the folks at ODU will help you.” Ronald C. Todd II, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, SEEP, LLC Insurance Brokerage Agency, Dayton. Business Administration Major, Class of 2009
“I had always wanted to finish my degree but always found excuses – work, family, business – to keep me from taking the steps necessary. ODU made it so easy for me. The class times and structure were planned out for me, which eliminated the intimidation and plotted a clear course to graduation. ODU’s reputation as a strong liberal arts school sealed the deal.” John O’Grady, Franklin County Commissioner, Columbus, Ohio. Business Management Major, Class of 2008
“I believe true learning is about who we become as we go through the college experience. Attending Ohio Dominican provided me with an opportunity to grow as a person, and to learn about other people and cultures in a safe and nurturing environment.” Christie Flood-Weiner, Senior Development Officer for ODU's Office of Advancement & Alumni Relations, Canal Winchester. General Studies Major with Concentrations in Journalism, Communications and Theology, Class of 1990
“I chose Ohio Dominican because the small class size appealed to me and I wanted to stay in Columbus. My favorite memory of ODU is Mel Rozen, an Art professor. He was such an inspiration. Not only in his passion as an artist/teacher but as a human being in the sense that he treated everyone like a friend. People remember relationships and how they are treated.” Helen H. Yee, Co-owner & Chief Financial Officer of The American Institute of Alternative Medicine, Columbus. Art Major, Class of 1984