Home of our first campus, Ashland, Ohio, is a small city of about 22,000 residents. Students desiring a more residential model of education should seriously consider the main campus. Student activities, on-campus housing, internships and more await the Ashland student, as well as convenient access to Ashland University’s resources (Division II athletics, recreation center, campus events.)
Ashland also houses the Miller Art Collection, Pfeifer and Darling Library Collections, and archaeological collections including rare manuscripts, pottery and coins. Of course, all students at ATS have access to these great resources, so even if you make your home near one of our other teaching centers, you are always welcome at the main campus.
We even encourage our Ashland students to travel for a class or two in Cleveland, Columbus or Detroit. You’ll get a better taste of the diversity of ATS if you venture out to another campus from wherever you make your home.