VIENNA, W.Va. – Ohio Valley University was recently recognized for its service to the community by Washington Monthly. Washington Monthly magazine ranks baccalaureate colleges in three categories: social mobility, research, and service.
Ohio Valley University ranked fourth in service out of 350 colleges nationwide. They were ranked 36th overall when considering all three categories. The complete rankings will appear in Washington Monthly’s Annual College Guide and on its website. www.washingtonmonthly.com
“One of the goals of OVU is to equip students with a sense of service and community. We are thrilled that our mission is being recognized on a national level,” said Christine Parker, OVU marketing director.
Chartered in 1958, Ohio Valley University is a residential faith-based Tier I institution with four colleges offering 35 undergraduate degrees and a master of education degree to students from 28 states and 14 nations. To learn more about the university, visit www.ovu.edu.