COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio State University is set to become the largest college in the country to require sophomores to live on campus.
OSU hopes the new rule improves graduation and retention rates when it takes effect in fall 2016.
Colleges that require sophomores to live on campus say students perform better academically.
Kent State, Ohio, and Bowling Green State University already require second year students to live in dorms.
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