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UNOH Student Brenden Rassel
Monster Jam dreams turn into reality for UNOH student

17 February 2020

Not even a year ago, UNOH student Brenden Rassel was beginning his fourth season competing with the UNOH Motorsports team as a modified driver. He was preparing for his final 12 months at the University and completing his Bachelor Degree in Automotive Technology Supervision. But then, his dream as a little kid from Woonsocket, South Dakota, started to come into focus. In June, 2019, both he and another UNOH student were announced as the winners of a Monster Jam Driver Tryout and Training Session.

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ROTC Students on Campus

11 February 2020

UNOH Named Military Friendly for 2020-2021 Year

The University of Northwestern Ohio is proud to announce today that it has been named a Top Ten, Gold-level Military Friendly School in the Private University not offering Doctorate category for the 2020-2021 academic year. This is the eleventh consecutive year that the University of Northwestern Ohio has received a Military Friendly designation. UNOH is ranked #6 in the country among private universities not offering Doctorate degrees.

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UNOH Student Rebecca Metras

10 February 2020

UNOH Students Intern with Social Media Marketing Agency

A well-rounded education is one that also uses real world experience. This is seen in the classes at UNOH, but also outside the classroom in internships. Students are encouraged, and sometimes required, to get an internship before completing their degree. A local marketing agency, NOW Marketing Group, is founded by an alumna, Jessika Philips. Jessika gives back to the university in the classroom, but also by providing internships to current students.

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UNOH Rotaract members deliver gifts to a local family in need

03 February 2020

UNOH Rotaract Adopts Family for Christmas

It was a very Merry Christmas for one local family thanks to the UNOH Rotaract club! Once again, the UNOH Rotaract club worked with the Lima Rotary club to collect money for the Adopt-a-Family effort in Lima/Allen County. The club baked…yes, baked in our dorm ovens…cookies, brownies, and other sweets to sell at a Rotary meeting and around campus to help raise money for this effort.

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