Critical Race Training in Education

Ohio University

Undergraduate

Mailing Address
Undergraduate Admissions, Chubb Hall 120
1 Ohio University Drive
Athens, Ohio 45701
Phone
(740) 593-4100
Email address
admissions@ohio.edu
School Information
"The OHIO experience is unique and transformative, not only for students, but for the entire southeast region of the state. With nearly 40,000 students enrolled across seven regional campuses and the residential campus in Athens, OHIO is recognized as one of the top character-building institutions in the country... OHIO is rated a High Research Activity Institution by the Carnegie Foundation, and researchers hold more than 250 patents worldwide. The Chronicle of Higher Education lists OHIO among the top producers of Fulbright Award-winning students in the nation, and currently the university ranks among the top in the state for nationally competitive awards won by its students... The first university in the state to offer level-rate tuition, housing, dining and fees locked in for 12 consecutive semesters, OHIO has expanded its original Guarantee program to include graduation plans that ensure on-time graduation, and has expanded access to alumni-only scholarships for continuing education as well as career counseling for life in a new program, OHIO Guarantee+." The university enrolls over 34,800 students, it has 250 academic programs, and a 16:1 student-faculty ratio. (Source: https://www.ohio.edu/about) (Source: https://www.ohio.edu/instres/enrollstats/FALL%202018%20ENROLLMENT%20STATISTICS.pdf) (Source: https://www.ohio.edu/ohio-facts)
General Information
Ohio University has provided anti-racist resources to its students. As part of its MLK Jr. Day programming, the university hosted a "Conversation with Young Leaders", featuring activists, to discuss their experience on being "anti-racist". No mandatory Critical Race Training sessions are yet required of students. However, see developments below:

Critical Race Training Activity

  • Resources

    As part of its MLK Jr. Day programming, the university hosted a "Conversation with Young Leaders", featuring activists, to discuss their experience on being "anti-racist".

Last updated February 13th, 2021