Urbana University is a private liberal arts college located in Urbana, Ohio. It was founded in 1850, by followers of the Swedish philosopher and scientist, Emanuel Swedenborg, and originally had a primary and secondary school as well, which were later shut down. The school holds the distinction of having been the second institute of higher learning in Ohio to admit women. It offers associate, bachelor’s, master’s, and certificate programs, in a wide range of fields. The undergraduate majors offered are 30 in number. The 1800 students at Urbana can participate in intramurals, sports, performing arts, and clubs & organisations, and community events. Facilities on campus include counselling & support services, a student success center which aims to enhance learning, as well as career services. The Johnny Appleseed Educational Center & Museum built to honor John Chapman, and the Miller Center for Visual Arts are both housed at the Urbana campus.