Alumnus of The Ohio State University
Terry Baltes: Get a Great Education at Ohio State University
Ohio State University was founded in 1870 and has now grown to be one of the largest institutions of higher learning in the United States. The campus covers more than 1,900 acres and is home to over 570 buildings. The university currently has over 58,000 students enrolled with more than 44,000 of those studying for undergraduate degrees. Students from all over the country can enroll and partake in their well-regarded educational programs offered in all their different areas.
Ohio State University offers close to 200 different majors within their 15 different colleges and 250 different doctoral majors. U.S. News & World Report's 2015 edition of "America's Best Colleges" ranked Ohio State University as the 18th Best Public School in the nation.
Their reputation is enhanced by the premium cancer research hospital on campus and the top-rated medical center. Since 1870, the Ohio State University legacy has spread across the country. As of August 2014, the University was awarded 698,482 degrees, and there are 500,000 of those alumni still alive. With notable alumni that are Nobel and Pulitzer Prize winners, Olympic Games Gold Medalists, and Medal of Honor recipients, who wouldn't like to be a part of this great group of people?
Terry Baltes is a local businessman in the Dayton, Ohio area. He graduated from Ohio State University in 1972 with a triple major in finance, marketing, and real estate. He called on all three of his majors to create a successful business that thrives off of providing excellent real estate services by using good marketing skills and providing excellent financial advice to their customers. He used his education to found his own company, Baltes Commercial Realty. It is a real estate agency that he opened in 1977. And he is still the current manager there. He has sold over $4 billion worth of real estate property and more hotels than any other person in the entire Midwest.