We are located in a southern suburb of Dayton, Ohio. Only 10 minutes away, downtown Dayton offers students access to many cultural and recreational opportunities.
Known as The Birthplace of Aviation and the home to brothers Orville and Wilbur Wright, Dayton offers a vibrant arts and culture community, with top-notch sporting venues and beautiful, accessible parks.
The entire region is known as the Miami Valley and is situated an hour north of Cincinnati and just under two hours from Columbus. Other major cities within driving distance to Dayton include Louisville, Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago, and Indianapolis.
Many organizations and institutions contribute to the wide variety of cultural and recreational opportunities available. Among them are the Dayton Ballet, Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra, the Dayton Art Institute, the U.S. Air Force Museum, Carillon Historical Park, Cox Arboretum, the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery, SunWatch Prehistoric Indian Village, Aullwood Audubon Center and Farm, Fraze Pavilion, the Dayton Performing Arts Alliance, the Dayton Metro Library, and other college and university libraries in the area. The Dayton Daily News highlights a number of social and cultural activities available throughout the Dayton area.