Ohio State is the biggest of the Big Ten, with 38,000 undergraduates and another 10,000 graduate students on the main Columbus campus. Until recently, there was only room for freshman in the dorms, but USU is now adding 11,000 beds so that freshmen and sophomores can live on campus. The football stadium seats 107,000. Other numbers are equally impressive: 19 colleges, 10,400 courses, 175 undergraduate majors.
The college is particularly known for business, education, geography, industrial design, and engineering.
Over 90% of freshman return to school as sophomores, and 82% of entering students graduate within six years. The admissions department received 46,000 applications for the class entering in 2015 and typically accept around 55% of applicants.
The campus is located in the city of Columbus Ohio, the state capital. Columbus is now the 14th largest metropolitan area in the country and is known as an attractive place for millennials.
For more data, please visit College Board’s OSU page.