Convenient education in the heart of Kentucky
Opened in 2002, our Jeffersonville, Indiana, campus is a short drive from anywhere in the Louisville, Kentucky, metropolitan area. Conveniently located off I-65 – the primary north-south interstate connecting Indiana and Kentucky through Louisville – Ottawa University serves the needs of adult students in Jeffersonville and surrounding areas like Clarksville, Charlestown and New Albany.
Find the tools you need to succeed
Our Jeffersonville campus offers modern classrooms equipped with LCD projectors and wireless Internet access. Student services provided at this campus include admissions, academic advising, course registration (including online registration) and student financial services for those pursuing adult and continuing education. Plus, our instructors have years of experience in their fields and can help you prepare for success in your career.
Accredited degree programs for all types of learners
At our Jeffersonville, Indiana, campus, you’ll find degree programs in fields like Business, Health Care Management, Human Resources, Human Services, Psychology and more. Courses in all of these programs take place in a caring, Christ-centered learning environment designed for adults.
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Ottawa University's online courses are taught via the Blackboard learning management system, which provides an easy to use virtual classroom space, low student to faculty ratios and dynamic discussion and connections with your professor and classmates. Plus, your professor is always accessible when you have a question. Courses typically feature a variety of assignments and discussions. Each course lasts eight weeks and is entirely online – no outside study groups required. You can view our sample syllabi to see the concepts and workload involved in each course.
We invite you to sample a class now as our guest and experience an Ottawa University online course first-hand.
Please feel free to try out all aspects of the virtual classroom. Get a feel for posting on the discussion board or sending the professor an email message. The course is not "live," so there’s no pressure! This is your time to get comfortable with online courses. However, our professor is on duty and will respond to your email message within 24 hours.