Along the banks of the Hocking River and set on the rolling hills of Athens lies Ohio University, the first college established in the Buckeye state and one of the oldest in the nation.
The Green and White legacy began in 1804, and four years after the school's founding, Rev. Jacob Lindly began educating Ohio University’s first class of three students: John Perkins, Brewster Higley and Joel Abbot. More than two centuries later, the university enrolls close to 40,000 students a year across more than 250 programs. Pay homage to your school’s long tradition in this alum favorite and campus staple.