For the second consecutive year, Ohio Dominican University has been recognized as one of the nation’s Colleges of Distinction. Colleges of Distinction is a national guidebook that recognizes colleges and universities for their excellence in undergraduate-focused higher education.
Institutions are identified based on student experience, taking into account criteria such as student satisfaction, alumni success, the first-year student experience, and retention efforts. It then recognizes schools that foster a student-centered approach to teaching.
“Colleges of Distinction is far more than a ranking list of colleges and universities,” said Tyson Schritter, chief operating officer for Colleges of Distinction. “We seek out the schools that are wholly focused on the student experience and constantly working to produce graduates who are prepared for a rapidly changing global society. Ohio Dominican University stands out in the way it strives to help its students to learn, grow and succeed.”
ODU’s online profile for Colleges of Distinction can be found here. Colleges of Distinction’s annual guidebook will be released this fall.