LIMA — The Ohio State University at Lima has recognized its students who are graduating seniors and those who have earned an Associate of Arts.
Students from Ohio State Lima at spring 2018 commencement graduated as part of the largest graduating class in The Ohio State University history. According to published university reports, Ohio State awarded 6,983 bachelor’s degrees, 2,722 master’s degrees and 763 doctoral degrees. In 2017, about 13 percent of Ohio State graduates began their higher education journeys at a regional campus. A similar number is expected for this historic class.
These students completed all or most of their Ohio State coursework at Ohio State Lima.
Drew Ripploh, of Minster; Rachel Leffel, of New Knoxville; Tyler Egbert, of Anna; and Drew Wehrman, of Fort Loramie earned Associates of Arts.
Jessica Otting and Regan Hahn, of Minster; Abbigayle Conkle, of New Bremen; Alex Brunswick, of Anna; Joshua Schwartz, of Botkins; Cynthia Larger and Renae Meyer, of Fort Loramie; Kiaya Shellenberg, of Houston; Leslie Chandler, of Maplewood; Christina Keller, of Lockington; and Karly Baird, Paige Barker and Morgan Stiffler, of Sidney, earned Bachelors of Arts or Bachelors of Science.