Been waiting to get back here after posting my quick reply, wishing that I had taken more time and given more thought to it.
I think it's great you want to go to Findlay, it has a great reputation and the people I know who have been there are very knowledgeable horsewomen. A couple are instructors/trainers making their living in the horse world, some are in other professions; however volunteer their time to work with groups that benefit horses and young horsemen.
My first hand knowledge on being accepted there was only for a summer program for high-schooler's where the applications had to be accompanied by videos, essays, and professional references. There were so many applicants that only the top few were accepted.
I will try to refrain from using the quick reply feature and one-liners. Thanks to those who corrected me so diplomatically.
There are some other very good schools here in central Ohio, a friend's niece just graduated from Otterbein, and Ohio Wesleyan (sp?) is very good also.