Our people and programs are making news every day.

Newsroom

At Otterbein, our president is focused on college affordability. Our professors are leading the way in curriculum development. Our Center for Community Engagement is winning awards for its dedication to serving others. These are only a few of the people and programs you’ll read about in our Newsroom.

Media inquiries can be directed to:

Jenny Hill 
Director of Communications
jhill@otterbein.edu 
(614) 823-1284
(614) 370-3221 (cell)

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Otterbein Fast Facts:

Location: Westerville, Ohio
Founded: 1847
Control: Private not-for-profit
Carnegie Classification: Master's Colleges & Universities
Size & Setting: Four-year, small, highly residential
Enrollment: 3,000
President: John Comerford, Ph.D.
Colors: Tan and Cardinal
Mascot: Cardinal

News Stories:

Scholarships for Officer Eric Joering’s four daughters


News - February 21, 2018

Otterbein is committing to full tuition scholarships for four daughters of fallen Westerville police officer.

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Otterbein graduate volunteers at Olympics


News - February 21, 2018

From Otterbein University to the Olympics, one graduate from the Westerville university is making her Olympic dreams come true. She’s currently at the Winter Games as an official volunteer.

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Otterbein president and executive recognized by Westerville Chamber of Commerce


News - January 25, 2018

President Kathy Krendl and Erin Bender, executive director of The Point at Otterbein, are honored by the Westerville Chamber.

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Nothing lost in translation for Gibbs


News - January 19, 2018

D3hoops.com featured Otterbein alumnus Jeff Gibbs in a story about his basketball career overseas.

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Local teacher in the running for national award


News - January 9, 2018

Jonathan Juravich ’05, an art teacher at Liberty Tree Elementary in Powell, Ohio, is making history in more ways than one. He is the Ohio Teacher of the Year and now a top-four finalist for National Teacher of the Year.

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