Anyone interested in a small liberal arts school with a great student/teacher ratio and plenty of opportunities to get involved. It's close to one of the largest universities in the country, so it's easy to escape from our small campus and do something fun at OSU. Otterbein is well known for its arts and theatre department, and we also have a brand new science building and equine facility, so anyone interested in those fields should definitely take a look. There is still plenty to offer for the rest of us, though!
You should attend Otterbein if your the type of person that enjoys a close-nit realationship with not only your teachers but fellow students and friends. Being a smaller school you really get the opportunity to experience and interact with people from all different backgrounds, so you also need to be open minded and willing to try new things. But mostly you just need to show that you actually want to do something with your life and the Otterbein community will gladly embrace anyone that comes along.
Otterbein is a great school for anyone who wants a close-knit community of students. It is easy to make friends on Otterbein's campus, so new students needn't worry that they won't fit in. The WILL find a niche, and people WILL know their name all over campus. All interests are encouraged on campus, and are therefore there are plenty of ways to express one's self, and plenty of things to do extracurricularly. It is a fairly liberal, non-judgemental campus. I would recommend Otterbein to all.
A person who is not afraid to branch out and experience new opportunities with people of diversity. Also a person who attends Otterbein should be able to be social and want to get involved.
Someone who is eager to learn and further their education. Otterbein is for those students who require a smaller class size to learn better.
Someone who likes a small school feel because Otterbein only has a couple thousand students.