President John Comerford provided substantive updates on his plan to create a system of independent universities during an April 7 town hall meeting.
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Otterbein’s next university senate meeting will take place in the Riley Auditorium on Wednesday, April 6 at 4 p.m.
Otterbein’s next show, "Something Rotten," is a musical comedy that will be performed at the Fritsche Theater in Cowan Hall.
President John Comerford unveiled his plan to create a system of independent universities during a town hall meeting Feb. 17. The ultimate goal of the system is to pool the resources of several universities and provide access to more student opportunities than any single small campus can offer.
The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium - known nationwide for the many television appearances of its former director, Jack Hanna, and better known to Otterbein University students through its relationship with our Zoo & Conservation Science program - lost its accreditation from the Association of Zoos and Aquariums last December after allegations regarding its handling of its animals and finances surfaced.
There has been some debate over businesses' decisions to enact vaccine mandates during the coronavirus pandemic.
(Warning: This article contains mentions of depression and suicide, albeit in the context of an urban legend)
The U.S. News and World Report ranked Otterbein at number 12 out of 157 colleges in the Midwestern region, putting the school ahead of 92% of Midwestern universities in 2021.
Otterbein University is requiring students and staff to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.