These are the Ohio private colleges that in 2012 enrolled high school students either on campus or online in the Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Program. Students can earn both high school and college credits. Local school districts are billed for the cost of tuition and books. Tuition for students from a private school is paid out of a state fund.
Below are private colleges, their county, and number of PSEO students. In some cases, the Ohio Department of Education did not provide exact numbers.
• Tiffin University, Seneca, 235.
• Ohio Christian University, Pickaway, 136.
• Heidelberg University, Seneca, 82.
• Lourdes College, Lucas, 70-79.
• Mount Vernon Nazarene College, Knox, 78.
• Ashland University, Ashland, 67-76.
• Chatfield College, Lake, 63-72.
• Lake Erie College, Lake, 63-72.
• Walsh University, Stark, 51.
• Urbana University, Champaign, 51.
• University of Findlay, Hancock, 46.
• Notre Dame College, Cuyahoga, 42.
• Wittenberg University, Clark, 38-47.
• Bluffton University, Allen, 37-46.
• Malone University, Stark, 26-35.
• University of Dayton, Montgomery, 24-35.
• Baldwin Wallace College, Cuyahoga, 21.
• Defiance College, Defiance, 21.
• Muskingum University, Muskingum, 21.
• Xavier University, Hamilton, 18-27.
• Marietta College, Washington, 14.
• Case Western Reserve University, Cuyahoga, 11-20.
Others with fewer than 10 students are:
God’s Bible College, Hamilton; Franklin University, Madison; Rosedale Bible College, Madison; Ohio Dominican College, Franklin; Hiram College, Portage; University of Mount Union, Stark; Ohio Northern University, Hardin; Wilmington College, Clinton; Kettering College of Medical Arts, Montgomery; University of Northwestern Ohio, Allen; Cincinnati Christian University, Hamilton; Mercy College of Northwest Ohio, Lucas; Bryant & Stratton College, Cuyahoga.
Source: Ohio Department of Education