Find schools & colleges in Ada, OH. Listings include Ada Bulldogs, Ada High School, McIntosh Center, ONU Office of Residence Life, Ready Set Grow Preschool, Ada, Ohio and Northern Review. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.
Aspiring to excel in all areas of the school experience!
McIntosh Center serves as a community center for the University. It is a place where students and other members of the University community are encouraged to meet and share talents, interests and ideas. Check here for daily events and dining menus!
Mission: The Office of Residence Life is committed to promoting and sustaining a living-learning community conducive to holistic student development.
Learning is PLAY and play is LEARNING at Ready, Set, Grow! We are a 3 Star Step Up to Quality Center licensed by ODJFS. Locally owned and operated.
The campus paper of Ohio Northern University.
Dance Fuzion Studio has been in business for 5 years and looking to expand into the Kenton, Ohio. We offer recreational, performing and competition teams.
Career related information for students at Ohio Northern University College of Law
Polar Careers is located on the 2nd floor of McIntosh Center at Ohio Northern University.
Ada Music Boosters are a non-profit, charitable, volunteer-driven organization that supports excellence in music education and performance opportunities for all students of the Ada Exempted Village Schools.
This page is to let parents and family members of Liberty Village Preschool students see what is happening in our classroom.
The official page of the Department of Biological and Allied Health Sciences at Ohio Northern University in Ada, Ohio
Let the world be your classroom! www.onu.edu/studyabroad
Ohio Northern University's Department of Technological Studies
We are an on campus entrepreneurship club who supports students of all majors who may want to start up a business or those seeking help with their business
The Pledge of the Computing Professional is an organization that runs a rite-of-passage ceremony for graduates of computing-related degree programs.
High school students learn Japanese, experience Japanese culture, learn Japanese history, make new friends, and earn college credit.
We are a small but growing group in Ada area to help homeschool families or families interested in homeschooling.