Ohio Northern University Athletics

Last Updated on December 15, 2022 by

This is the Ohio Northern University (Ohio) Football scholarship and program information page. Here you can explore important information about Ohio Northern University Football. This information is very valuable for all high school student-athletes to understand as they start the recruiting process. Ohio Northern University is located in Ada, OH and the Football program competes in the Ohio Athletic Conference conference.
Ohio Northern University does not offer athletic scholarships for Football. Need-based and academic scholarships are available for student-athletes. Athletic scholarships are available for NCAA Division I, NCAA Division II, NAIA and NJCAA. On average, 34% of all student-athletes receive athletic scholarships.

If you are interested in getting recruited by Ohio Northern University Football, you should get to know more about the school, what academic programs are offered, and important members of the coaching staff – these are the people you need to connect with. Getting familiar with the Football program is an important first step in the recruiting process.

How to get recruited by Ohio Northern University Football
Most college Football coaches don’t respond to unsolicited emails. It’s important you build a relationship with the coaching staff. This is one of the ways SportsRecruits can help. You can certainly start by filling out the Ohio Northern University Football’s recruiting questionnaire and getting on their list, but that’s only the start. To get actively recruited, a college coach needs to see you compete, which is why it’s important to have an online athletic recruiting profile. High school student-athletes have a discoverability problem. And discoverability is the key to college exposure and recruitment. Just having a recruiting profile doesn’t guarantee you will get recruited. You need your profile to showcase all of your academic and athletic achievements, and be able to instantly connect to college coaches who are interested. If you can’t quickly find and message any college coach you want, then you’re not solving your biggest problem in getting recruited for Football. The Head Coach of Ohio Northern University Football is Dean Paul – make it as easy as possible for them to learn about you as an athlete, and be able to start a conversation with you. 100% of college coaches and programs are on the SportsRecruits platform. If you are interested in getting recruited by Ohio Northern University’s Football program, start your free recruiting profile with SportsRecruits today.

Athletics
Program Information
DIVISION
NCAA DIII

CONFERENCE
Ohio Athletic Conference

Coaching Staff
HEAD COACH
Dean Paul
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ASSISTANT COACH
A.J. Hatem
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Roman Sneed
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Saddiq Green
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Austin Cordova
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Cody Cruzen
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Sean Buckley
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Glenn Scheutzow
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Devin Russell
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Denny Compston
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John Allen
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School Profile

STUDENT-TO-FACULTY RATIO

11-1

CALENDAR SYSTEM

Semester

GRADUATION RATE

69%

RETENTION RATE

86%

ENROLLMENT BY GENDER

55% Male / 45% Female

ON-CAMPUS HOUSING

Yes

Admissions

ACCEPTANCE RATE

69%

TOTAL APPLICANTS

3,108

Test Scores (25th-75th Percentile)

SAT

STUDENTS SUBMITTING SCORES

20%

READING

480-600

MATH

530-640

WRITING

508-590

ACT

STUDENTS SUBMITTING SCORES

92%

COMPOSITE

23-28

ENGLISH

21-28

MATH

23-28

WRITING

Not Reported

Requirements

OPEN ADMISSION POLICY

No

APPLICATION FEE

$0

RECOMMENDATIONS

Required

SECONDARY SCHOOL RECORD

Required

SECONDARY SCHOOL GPA

Required

SECONDARY SCHOOL RANK

Required

ohio northern university tuition

ARTS & SCIENCES  
Tuition$34,390
University Fees$990
International Student Fee $275
First-Year Experience Fee$200
On-Campus Living (Fall and Spring Semesters) 
Housing$6,400
Dining/Meal Plan$6,250
Other Fees Note on I-20 
Books, International student insurance, Travel (round trip estimate) and Miscellaneous expenses$6,200
Annual Total$54,705
BUSINESS 
Tuition$34,390
University Fees$990
International Student Fee $275
First-Year Experience Fee$200
On-Campus Living Expenses (Fall and Spring Semesters) 
Housing$6,400
Dining/Meal Plan$6,250
Other Fees Note on I-20 
Books, International student insurance, Travel (round trip estimate) and Miscellaneous expenses$6,200
Annual Total$54,705
ENGINEERING 
Tuition$39,390
Engineering Programming Fee$700
University Fees$990
International Student Fee$275
First-Year Experience Fee$200
On-Campus Living Expenses (Fall and Spring Semesters) 
Housing$6,400
Dining/Meal Plan$6,250
Other Fees Note on I-20 
Books, International student insurance, Travel (round trip estimate) and Miscellaneous expenses$6,200
Annual Total$60,405
PHARMACY 
Tuition$40,650
University Fees$990
International Student Fee$275
First-Year Experience Fee$200
On-Campus Living Expenses (Fall and Spring Semesters) 
Housing$6,400
Dining/Meal Plan$6,250
Other Fees Note on I-20 
Books, International student insurance, Travel (round trip estimate) and Miscellaneous expenses$6,200
Annual Total$60,965

TransferMate International Payment

International students can use TransferMate through the EBILL site to make an international payment in their own currency. Competitive foreign exchange rates apply, along with a flat $20 transfer fee. To use TransferMate, log in to your EBILL account, click on the TransferMate link located with in Announcements on the left side of the screen, and follow the instructions provided. 

Wire Payment Instructions

Ohio Northern University’s (ONU) bank information:

  • Bank: US Bank
  • ONU Routing #: 042000013
  • ONU Account #: 130113308279
  • ONU Swift Code#: USBKUS44IMT
  • Address: Ohio Northern University,
  • 525 South Main Street, Ada, OH 45810
  • Subject Line: Student Name and ONU Student ID Number

Monthly Payment Plan Option

Sign up on your Ebill account each semester. There is a $30 charge per semester.

Additional Information

  • ISTP: International Scholarship Transition Program
  • Flat Tuition allows international students to take between 12-19 credit hours
  • Housing – Freshman residence hall rate. Upperclassmen live in suite style rooms or furnished apartments. See housing rates.
  • Housing Types – learn more about housing options.
  • Dining/Meal plan – Meal plan is a mandatory requirement for students who live in residence halls. If you move to apartment housing, then a meal plan is no longer required. Learn about meal plans.
  • International Student Insurance – Non degree seeking students will be billed on semester basis. Degree seeking students are billed once per year.
  • Books & Others are estimates only. Many books are available to rent at very affordable cost. Visit ONU’s bookstore.

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