Home-schooled students could soon become more common at Ohio State with applications on the rise.
In a statement from the Office of Enrollment Services, emailed to The Lantern by OSU spokeswoman Amy Murray, said the number of home-schooled student applications has risen significantly over the last several years.
“For Autumn 2013, we received 78 applications, which was an increase from the previous year of 45,” Murray said in an email.
There usually are only a “handful” of applications from home-schooled students, who follow the same admissions process as other applicants, Murray said.
According to a Fall Semester 2013 newsletter from OSU Undergraduate Admissions, OSU saw a nearly 25 percent increase… Read more