Ohio Northern University - Graduate Studies

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Earning your degree is likely one of the biggest and most rewarding investments you'll make during your lifetime. Think you can't afford an Ohio Northern education? Think again. Attending ONU is comparable to a public university for many students once you figure in our generous financial aid package. ONU is committed to helping you with straightforward information and personalized assistance with the financial aid process.

Areas of Expertise

The Raabe (pronounced Ray-Bee) College of Pharmacy prepares leaders and innovators for the profession of pharmacy, and the pharmaceutical and biomedical science industries. Our alumni practice in many different healthcare, pharmacy, industry, and business settings, and are found in boardrooms, C-suites, ICUs, community pharmacies, and research centers across America and throughout the world. A Raabe College education equips students with the knowledge, skills and tools needed in the rapidly evolving fields of pharmacy and the pharmaceutical sciences, and the soft skills employers demand. The college has outstanding faculty who provide a personalized approach to the education and training of future pharmacists and scientists. Our faculty practice in diverse patient care settings, and our rural location and focus on rural healthcare provides ample opportunities for faculty and students to have an impact on the health of our community. Our faculty's research provides students the opportunity to sharpen problem-solving skills and develop as clinicians and scientists while studying topics like protecting cardiac muscle during a heart attack, designing anti-cancer medicines, and the impact pharmacists can make on the health and wellness of our community. There is no other program like this in the country! Give us a chance to show you why the Raabe College of Pharmacy is right for you.

On Campus Housing

On-Campus Living Expenses (Fall and Spring Semesters)
Housing: $6,600
Dining/Meal plan: $6,600

Modified on October 17, 2023

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