Established in 1939 as a voluntary educational association of Ohio's public universities. Today the association represents Ohio's 14 public universities
The Inter-University Council of Ohio (IUC), today the association represents Ohio's '14 public universities. Together, these institutions offer a broad range of associate, baccalaureate, graduate, and professional programs.
The association's purpose is to facilitate the development of common interest and concern of its members and to assist in sustaining and improving the quality of public higher education. IUC also engages in public relations, research and government liaison work on behalf of its members.
The major goal of the IUC is to sustain a consortium that: Establishes a comfortable forum that fosters idea exploration and problem solving.
University of Akron
Bowling Green State University
Central State University
University of Cincinnati
Cleveland State University
Kent State University
Northeast Ohio Medical University
The Ohio State University
Shawnee State University
University of Toledo
Wright State University
Youngstown State University
The Council consists of the Presidents of Ohio's 14 public universities.
IUC operates with nine standing committees of senior university officers.
A long history of identifying and helping member institutions.
To achieve standardization of requirements, methods of operation.