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Towers Fall 2014: Where We Stand Matters
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Fall 2014: Where We STAND Matters

Where We Stand Matters

Read more about the campaign for Otterbein and why the funding priorities matter.

$15 Million for Campus Renewal

Creating a welcoming campus with great facilities is essential for Otterbein's learning environment.

$18 Million to Build a Model Community

By investing in building a model community, we will ensure Otterbein graduates will stand out as leaders and learners.

$17 Million for Access and Affordability

By providing access through affordability, we will ensure all who seek educational opportunity are able to afford Otterbein's excellence.

Partnerships that Matter

Otterbein's partnerships with key organizations are essential to a successful campaign.

Why Otterbein Matters: A Presidential Perspective

Three presidents - former and present - talk about why Otterbein matters.

Extended Features from Towers: Where We STAND Matters

  • Long-Standing Loyalty
    Dave Lehman's '70 connection to Otterbein runs deep, going back to his boyhood when he would peek through the fence at Memorial Stadium to watch the powerhouse Cardinal football teams in the late 1950s and early 1960s.  Continue Reading >>

  • Supporting Our Scholars
    Mark Threser '78 and Debbie Scott Thresher '77 will tell you the best things in their lives can be traced to an Otterbein football game in the fall of 1975.  Continue Reading >>

  • Changing Lives is Our Shared Story
    It didn't take long for Miguel Martinez-Saenz to decide that Otterbein is a place where he could work shoulder-to-shoulder with faculty members passionate about lighting the fire of learning in students.  Continue Reading >>

  • Partnerships that Matter
    Seated at the work table in her office at Roush Hall, President Kathy Krendl tapped a thick file folder that's chock-full of ideas on how the University can forge new partnerships with companies and key organizations in central Ohio. Continue Reading >>

  • Why Otterbein Matters: A Presidential Perspective
    As President Krendl prepares the Otterbein community for the largest comprehensive campaign in this University’s history — there was only one place to go for understanding why a school like Otterbein matters. To advance Otterbein’s future — you value and look to your past. 
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  • A 100th Birthday for Howard House
    In August 1958, my parents and I moved into 131 W. Park St.  My father was starting his tenure as president of Otterbein College, and I was an obnoxious 12-year-old starting seventh grade far away from my friends. Continue Reading >>