Stories tagged with: Campus Involvement Center

Culinary Services to host Family Weekend event Saturday at Baker Center

September 7, 2023 The event will take place from 11:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. both indoors and outside on the patio at Latitude 39, located on the ground floor of Baker University Center.

Numerous Welcome Week 2023 events planned for new and returning OHIO students

August 17, 2023 Join OHIO for a series of events designed to welcome both new and returning students to campus. Bobcats can connect with other students, faculty and staff while learning about the many resources available to students and the community. 

National Pan-Hellenic Council Plaza to open in November

September 22, 2022 The new National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) plaza located near Scripps Amphitheater on College Green is nearing completion and will honor historically African American fraternities.

Bobcats revel in Welcome Week

August 31, 2022 Welcome Week has come and gone, leaving another generation of Bobcats with memories they are bound to carry with them for the rest of their lives.

How to Series events to take place Monday evenings

October 21, 2021 The Ohio University Campus Involvement Center (CIC) will host three free events in the coming weeks as part of its How To Series.

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Find your community at the Student Involvement Fair

August 17, 2021 All first- and second-year students are invited to attend the Student Involvement Fair on Aug. 22 from 2-4 p.m. on College Green.

Get involved on campus with Bobcat Connect

July 30, 2021 Getting involved on campus is easy with Bobcat Connect and can help students gain valuable experience and meet new people.

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Ohio University prepares to welcome new, returning students

July 30, 2021 OHIO's Welcome Week will run from Aug. 19 until Aug. 28 and will feature a number of events to help students acclimate themselves to campus, get connected, and get ready for the semester and year.

What were you wearing?

October 1, 2018 This question, often asked of survivors of sexual violence in order to discredit them, was answered by a powerful exhibit in Baker University Center’s Trisolini Gallery this fall.