Community Colleges in Ohio


Colleges

List of Top Community Colleges in Ohio

1. Aultman College of Nursing & Health Sciences

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1892
Website : www.aultmancollege.edu
No. of Students : 314
Contact No : (330) 363-6347

PROFILE:

  • As a partner in a unique integrated healthcare delivery system, Aultman College is a higher education institution offering a premier health sciences education.
  • They serve current and emerging needs in Northeast Ohio and beyond through academically challenging and relevant degree and community education programs.

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

  • Associate of Science in Nursing
  • Associate of Science in Radiography
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (completion)

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Aultman College of Nursing and Health Sciences, 2600 Sixth Street SW, Canton, Ohio 44710

ADMISSIONS:

Admission criteria for Aultman College is as follows: High school GPA of 3.0 or greater or GED score of 2250 or greater OR ACT composite score of 20 or greater or SAT combined score of 950 or greater OR College GPA of 2.5 or greater with 6 credit hours or more of coursework

FINANCIAL AID:

In 2012-2013, Aultman College awarded approximately $4.4 M in scholarships, loans and grants. 94% of Aultman College students applied for financial aid.

2. Chatfield College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1845
Website : www.chatfield.edu
Contact No : (513) 875-3344

PROFILE:

  • Chatfield College is a private, Catholic, liberal arts college offering the Associate of Arts degree in St. Martin and Cincinnati.
  • In 1958, the Sisters founded the Ursuline Teacher Training Institute to provide a quality liberal arts education to women joining the Ursuline Order.
  • In 1971, the public was admitted and the school was renamed Chatfield College in honor of Sr. Julia Chatfield.
  • Today, Chatfield College continues the Ursuline tradition of fine education at both the St. Martin campus in rural Brown County, Ohio and the Cincinnati location at historic Findlay Market.

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

  • Chatfield’s curriculum is based on the liberal arts and leads to the Associate of Arts degree. In the root sense,liberal means free.
  • Chatfield’s broad-based program encourages each student to become more authentically free – by developing academic skills that build self-confidence and flexibility for life-long success, and by exploring a ranges of options to develop career choices.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

  • The St. Martin campus is located in rural Brown County, Ohio at 20918 State Route 251; St. Martin, OH 45118.
  • The Cincinnati location is located in Historic Findlay Market, at 1800 Logan Street; Cincinnati, OH 45202.

ADMISSIONS:

  • Chatfield is an open enrollment college and is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
  • Prospective students need only to have a High School Diploma or GED to attend and will be guided individually through the enrollment and Financial Aid application process.

FINANCIAL AID:

  • Chatfield College are glad you are taking a moment to review the educational opportunities that the Chatfield family may provide for you.
  • A college education is an investment in time and resources that will pay you back in increased work opportunities, life satisfaction, and financial stability over your lifetime.
  • The effort you expend now in research and planning for your education will be well worth it.

3. Christ College of Nursing & Health Sciences

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1888
Website : www.thechristcollege.edu
Contact No : (513) 585-2401

PROFILE:

  • The Christ College of Nursing and Health Sciences is a non-profit corporation.
  • The affiliate hospital, The Christ Hospital, is the Sole Member of TCCNHS.
  • The oversight for all institutional, business, and academic practices emanates from TCCNHS’ Board of Directors.

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

  • The Christ College of Nursing and Health Sciences is accredited through the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association.
  • We are approved to offer Baccalaureate and Associate degree programs in nursing.
  • The Christ College currently offers an RN to BSN completion program designed for full time and part time students to complete their Bachelor’s degree in 12-24 months.
  • This program is intended for students who are currently working in the nursing field as an RN or for recent graduates who have already passed or will soon pass the NCLEX-RN examination.
  • RN to BSN Completion
  • Associate to Bachelor Completion
  • Associate’s Degree in Nursing Program (including Advanced Standing for LPNs)

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

The Christ College of Nursing and Health Sciences, 2139 Auburn Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

ADMISSIONS:

In addition to the admission requirements needed to qualify for entry into College, applicants also need to possess ability to accomplish the Technical Standards that are required for safe and successful practice in a clinical setting.

4. Davis College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1858
Website : www.daviscollege.edu
Contact No : (419) 473-2700

PROFILE:

  • Davis College, a private, two-year institution of higher education, serves their community by offering quality educational programs and services that meet the ever-changing demands of business.
  • Their mission is to provide marketable skills that enhance the employability of their graduates.

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

  • Department of Administrative and Allied Health Professionals
  • Department Of Business Administration and Information Technology
  • Department Of Design

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Davis College, 4747 Monroe Street, Toledo, Ohio 43623

ADMISSIONS:

  • Applicants who have completed high school graduation requirements or have successfully completed the General Education Development Test (GED), and have successfully completed the other admissions requirements of the College are eligible to apply for admission.
  • Formal acceptance to Davis College will be determined once verification of successful completion of high school or GED requirements has been obtained.

FINANCIAL AID:

  • Davis College is accredited and approved by the Department of Education to participate in federal and state financial aid programs.
  • To begin the process for applying for Financial Aid, a student will meet with the Davis College financial aid office and fill out and submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

5. Good Samaritan College of Nursing & Health Science

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1852
Website : www.gscollege.edu
Contact No : (513) 862-2631

PROFILE:

  • Good Samaritan College of Nursing and Health Science is a private, not-for-profit institution of higher education located in Cincinnati, Ohio.
  • The College serves the tri-state region of Southwestern Ohio, Northern Kentucky, and Southeastern Indiana.
  • The College is a subsidiary of Good Samaritan Hospital, a partner of the TriHealth, Inc. integrated health care system.
  • The College awards degrees in health science and nursing to qualified graduates who go on to serve Good Samaritan Hospital, the community of greater Cincinnati, the nation, and the world.

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

  • Associate of Science in Health Science
  • Associate of Applied Science in Nursing
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Good Samaritan College of Nursing and Health Science 375 Dixmyth Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio 45220

ADMISSIONS:

  • GSC admits students in August and January.
  • Admissions are rolling, based on the date all application materials are received.
  • At this time, there is an increased interest in the field of nursing.
  • Therefore, students may experience a longer delay to enroll in the nursing courses than in general education courses.
  • Upon acceptance, students will be notified when there are openings available in general education courses.

6. University System of Ohio (2-year campuses)

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1963
Website : www.ohiohighered.org
Contact No : (614) 466-6000

PROFILE:

  • The Ohio Board of Regents (as legislatively named) is a Cabinet-level agency for the Governor of the State of Ohio that oversees higher education for the state.
  • The agency’s main responsibilities include authorizing and approving new degree programs, managing state-funded financial aid programs and developing and advocating policies to maximize higher education’s contributions to the state and its citizens.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Ohio Board of Regents, 25 South Front Street, Columbus, OH 43215, US

(A) Belmont College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Website : www.belmontcollege.edu
Contact No : (740) 695-9500

PROFILE:

  • Belmont College offers instruction in a wide variety of career fields.
  • Students are treated as individuals with interactive, hands-on learning techniques that foster partnerships with College faculty and staff members and encourage success on and off campus.
  • To serve the multiple needs of area citizens, Belmont offers more than 30 applied associate degrees and 11 certificate programs.
  • In addition, the Workforce and Economic Development Department offers classes for those seeking a specific skill-set without the extended time commitment of completing a degree or certificate.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Belmont College, Main Campus, 120 Fox-Shannon Place, St. Clairsville, OH 43950

(B) Bowling Green State University–Firelands College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1968
Website : www.firelands.bgsu.edu
Contact No : (419) 433-5560

PROFILE:

  • Bowling Green State University is committed to equal opportunity for all and does not discriminate in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs and activities on the basis of race, sex, sexual orientation, color, national origin, religion, creed, age, marital status, mental or physical disability, or veteran status.
  • The Office of Equity and Diversity, 705 Administration Building, BGSU, is responsible for University compliance with Title IX, Section 504.
  • Disability Services, 413 South Hall, is responsible for compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Bowling Green State University–Firelands College, One University Drive, Huron, Ohio, 44839

(C) Central Ohio Technical College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1975
Website : www.cotc.edu
No. of Students : 4000
Contact No : (740) 622-1408

PROFILE:

  • Central Ohio Technical College will be recognized as Ohio’s premier technical college focused on student success as well as for excellence in workforce development and technical education. Most COTC graduates immediately enter the job market.
  • Typically, nearly 90 percent of graduating classes are employed full-time within six months of leaving the college.
  • Most of them are working in the technology they studied at COTC.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Coshocton Campus, 200 North Whitewoman Street, Coshocton, Ohio 43812

(D) Cincinnati State Technical & Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1969
Website : www.cincinnatistate.edu
No. of Students : 10,600
Contact No : (513) 569-1500

PROFILE:

  • Cincinnati State provides student-focused, accessible, quality technical and general education, academic transfer, experiential and co-operative education and workforce development.
  • Today offers more than 75 associate degree and 40 certificate programs in business technologies, health and public safety, engineering technologies, humanities and sciences and information technologies

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Cincinnati State Technical and Community College, 3520 Central Parkway, Cincinnati, Ohio 45223

(E) Clark State Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1962
Website : www.clarkstate.edu
No. of Students : 5653
Contact No : (937) 325-0691

PROFILE:

  • No matter where you live, your community’s college is close to home.
  • With campus locations in Springfield, Beavercreek and Bellefontaine, as well as our extensive offering of online classes, Clark State is just a short drive or a click away.
  • Our students and corporate customers have chosen Clark State because of our reputation for quality and customer service.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Clark State Community College, P.O. Box 570, Springfield, OH 45501-0570

(F) Columbus State Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Website : www.cscc.edu
No. of Students : 24,664
Contact No : (614) 287-5353
E-Mail : information@cscc.edu

PROFILE:

  • Columbus State Community College is Central Ohio’s front door to higher education and a leader in advancing their region’s prosperity.
  • To educate and inspire, providing their students with the opportunity to achieve their goals.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

COLUMBUS CAMPUS, 550 East Spring St., Columbus, OH 43215

(G) Cuyahoga Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1963
Website : www.tri-c.edu
No. of Students : 52,000
Contact No : (216) 987-6000

PROFILE:

  • Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) opened in 1963 as Ohio’s first community college and remains Ohio’s oldest and largest public community college. or more than 50 years Tri-C has provided high quality, affordable education and programs to more than 900,000 members of their community.
  • Tuition at Tri-C is the lowest in Northeast Ohio and among the lowest of all colleges in the state of Ohio.
  • Each semester Tri-C offers more than 1,000 credit courses in more than 140 career and technical programs and liberal arts curricula.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Cuyahoga Community College 700 Carnegie Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44115

(H) Edison State Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1973
Website : www.edisonohio.edu
No. of Students : 71,000
Contact No : (937) 778-8600

PROFILE:

  • This is the first in a five-part series of stories highlighting Edison Community College as it celebrates its 40th year of service.
  • College offers five different degrees, two of which are designed for transferring to a four-year college or university, and three which prepare graduates for immediate employment.
  • Providing modern campus facilities and leading-edge computer and Internet technology, Edison Community College cannot be surpassed for its learning environment.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Edison State Community College, 1973 Edison Drive, Piqua, Ohio 45356

(I) Hocking College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Website : www.hocking.edu
No. of Students : 4,000
Contact No : (740) 753-3591
E-Mail : admissions@hocking.edu

PROFILE:

  • Hocking College offers unique educational opportunities, providing active learning in a hands-on setting.
  • Our campus, nestled in the foothills of southeastern Ohio, consist of 2,300 acres of lands and the state’s only two-year college-owned residence halls.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Hocking College, 3301 Hocking Parkway, Nelsonville OH 45764

(J) Lakeland Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1967
Website : www.lakelandcc.edu
No. of Students : 13,000
Contact No : (440) 525-7000

PROFILE:

  • Lakeland Community College was the first college in Ohio created by a vote of the people.
  • True to their mission, Lakeland provides quality learning opportunities to meet the social and economic needs of the community.
  • It offers more than 150 associate degree and technical certificate programs leading to high demand careers or transfer to four-year institutions. Tuition remains one of the lowest in the state of Ohio.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Lakeland Community College, 7700 Clocktower Drive, Kirtland, Ohio 44094-5198

(K) Lorain County Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1963
Website : www.lorainccc.edu
Contact No : (800) 995-LCCC

PROFILE:

Lorain County Community College, an innovative leader in education, economic, community, and cultural development, serves as a regional catalyst for change in a global environment through accessible and affordable academic and career-oriented education, lifelong learning, and community partnerships.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Lorain County Community College, 1005 N Abbe Rd – Elyria, OH 44035

(L) Marion Technical College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1970
Website : www.mtc.edu
No. of Students : 2,700
Contact No : 740.389.4636
E-Mail : enroll@mtc.edu

PROFILE:

  • MTC is a state-assisted technical college. It is one of 24 two-year public colleges in Ohio. It is an open admission institution.
  • Anyone with a high school diploma or GED is eligible for admission. MTC awards the Associate of Applied Business, Associate of Applied Science, and Associate of Technical Studies degrees in Business, Engineering, Health, Information, and Public Service technologies.
  • In addition, one-year or short-term certificate programs are available in the technology areas.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Marion Technical College, 1467 Mt. Vernon Ave., Marion, Oh. 43302

(M) Miami University–Middletown

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1966
Website : www.regionals.miamioh.edu
No. of Students : 8,000
Contact No : (513) 785-3000

PROFILE:

  • Miami University Hamilton and Miami University Middletown are regional campuses of Miami University, a highly regarded public university with a national reputation.
  • Miami‘s regional campuses maintain an open admission policy, which means first-time college students are automatically accepted with a high school diploma or GED, at any age.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Miami University Hamilton, 1601 University Blvd, Hamilton, OH 45011

(N) North Central State College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1961
Website : www.ncstatecollege.edu
No. of Students : 3100
Contact No : (419) 755-4800

PROFILE:

  • North Central State College is a public two-year community-based educational institution serving the residents of north central Ohio.
  • The College offers high quality, technical education in more than 60 associate degree and certificate programs in Health, Business, Public Service, and Engineering Technologies, as well as customized workforce training programs.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

North Central State College, 2441 Kenwood Circle, Mansfield, Ohio 44906

(O) Northwest State Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1968
Website : www.northweststate.edu
Contact No : (855) 267-5511

PROFILE:

  • NSCC is a public two-year college that is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
  • This accreditation allows the College to offer degree and certificate programs in the fields of arts & sciences, allied health & public services, business technologies, industrial technologies, math, science & engineering technologies and nursing.
  • The College also offers non-credit classes on over 300 subjects.
  • These courses are offered through Custom Training Solutions, a division of NSCC.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Northwest State Community College, 2600 State Route 34, Archbold, OH 43502

(P) Ohio State University–Agricultural Technical Institute

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1969
Website : ati.osu.edu
Contact No : (800) 647-8283
E-Mail : ati@osu.edu

PROFILE:

  • Ohio State ATI has a statewide mandate to provide comprehensive agricultural education.
  • The institute is the associate-degree-granting unit of The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) and maintains close relationship with The Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center (OARDC), and The Ohio State University Extension (OSUE).
  • The purposes of the Institute are to offer: 1) associate of science and associate of applied science degrees and certificates that include general and technical courses; 2) credit and non-credit continuing education and workforce development opportunities; and 3) transfer programs leading to higher levels of education.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

The Ohio State University, College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences, Agricultural Technical Institute, 1328 Dover Road, Wooster, Ohio 44691

(Q) Ohio University–Chillicothe

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1946
Website : www.chillicothe.ohiou.edu
No. of Students : 2,500
Contact No : (740) 774-7200

PROFILE:

  • OU-C has remained true to its mission of preparing students for the challenges of tomorrow and providing service to Chillicothe and the surrounding region.
  • As the first regional campus in the state of Ohio, the Chillicothe Campus has a legacy of preparing students for rewarding careers and fulfilling lives. OU-C offers the support, resources and flexibility to meet the demands and expectations of students of all ages.
  • There is a true sense of community on campus and a spirit of support and encouragement.
  • With the close-knit sense of community found on a small campus and resources of a great national university, Ohio University-Chillicothe offers the best of both worlds.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Ohio University-Chillicothe, 101 University Drive, Chillicothe , Ohio 45601

(R) Ohio University–Southern Campus

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1956
Website : www.ohio.edu
Contact No : (740) 593-1000

PROFILE:

  • Ohio University Southern. As a regional campus of the first university established within the State of Ohio and the Northwest Territory of the United States, the Southern Campus is proud of the quality, value, and convenience of the educational experiences we provide to their students.
  • The Southern Campus of Ohio University is as unique as the individuals who choose to further their education here.
  • Providing the education and service associated with a nationally recognized research educational institution, while maintaining the individual attention and personal touch associated with a small-campus atmosphere sets us apart.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Ohio University, 1 Ohio University, Athens OH 45701

(S) Owens Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1965
Website : www.owens.edu
Contact No : (567) 429-3500

PROFILE:

  • The Owens Community College experience can help you prepare for a career, retrain for a new one, continue your professional development or start the first two years of a bachelor’s degree.
  • Owens’ dedicated and passionate faculty members have real-world experience in their field.
  • Meaning, they can tell you what you need to know about your area of interest and the type of job environment you’re getting into.
  • And with an average class size of 15 students, you will receive the personal attention you need to succeed.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Owens Community College, 3200 Bright Road, Findlay, OH 45840

(T) Rhodes State College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1967
Website : www.rhodesstate.edu
No. of Students : 4,100
Contact No : (419) 995-8320

PROFILE:

  • Rhodes State College is a public, state-assisted institution of higher learning which is chartered to provide degree granting career education programs, non-credit workforce development, and consulting for business and industry.
  • The college prepares students for entry into careers, develops the regional workforce through credit and non-credit occupational training, and offers curricular programs that prepare students for transfer completion baccalaureate programs at selected colleges and universities.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Rhodes State College 4240 Campus Drive Lima, Ohio 45804

(U) Rio Grande Community College (partnered with University of Rio Grande)

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1974
Website : www.rio.edu
Contact No : (800) 282-7201

PROFILE:

  • Rio Grande Community College offers a wide range of services, including career programs, associate degrees, transfer programs, and continuing education programs.
  • Rio Grande Community College reinforces the University’s philosophy and history of making meaningful, affordable education and services available to all who can benefit.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

University of Rio Grande and Rio Grande Community College, PO Box 500, Rio Grande, OH 45674

(V) Sinclair Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1948
Website : www.sinclair.edu
No. of Students : 24,000
Contact No : (800) 315-3000

PROFILE:

  • Sinclair Community College help individuals turn dreams into achievable goals through accessible, high quality, affordable learning opportunities.
  • They Offer transfer and technical associate degree programs, certificate programs, and continuing education opportunities through a system of diverse resources and delivery alternatives accessible to the citizens of Montgomery County and the larger learning community.
  • They Provide quality instruction, educational activities, counseling, support services, and assessment tools to facilitate the growth and development of lifelong learners and to assist individuals to achieve personal and professional goals.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Sinclair Community College, 444 West Third Street, Dayton, Ohio 45402

(W) Southern State Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1977
Website : www.sscc.edu
Contact No : (937) 393-3431

PROFILE:

  • Southern State is committed to its mission to provide accessible, affordable and high quality education to people in southern Ohio.
  • The college values honesty and integrity in all endeavors, tolerance for different ideas, respect for all individuals and excellence and creativity in the pursuit of knowledge.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Southern State Community College, 351 Brooks-Malott Road, Mt. Orab, OH 45154

(X) Stark State College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Website : www.starkstate.edu
No. of Students : 15,000
Contact No : (330) 494-6170

PROFILE:

  • Stark State College is committed to preparing their students for career success in a competitive, sophisticated economy.
  • Their graduates are in demand by employers who recognize their high skill level and readiness to succeed.
  • It is the largest of Stark County’s colleges and universities, and the fourth largest of Ohio’s 23 public two-year colleges in the University System of Ohio.
  • We offer more than 230 associate degrees, options, one-year and career enhancement certificates in business and entrepreneurial studies, education, engineering technologies, health and human services, information technologies, liberal arts, mathematics and sciences.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Stark State College, 6200 Frank Avenue NW, North Canton, Ohio 44720

(Y) Terra State Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1968
Website : www.terra.edu
Contact No : (419) 559-2349

PROFILE:

  • Terra State Community College is a two-year accredited, state-supported, commuter college located in Fremont, Ohio.
  • It has a long history of service to the community and providing students with an education that is both accessible and affordable.
  • It offers options for those who desire to take one course or earn a full curriculum leading to an associate degree in applied business, applied science, arts, individualized study, science or technical studies.
  • Students who wish to continue their education may transfer credits to a four-year college or universities.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Terra State Community College, 2830 Napoleon Rd. Fremont, OH 43420

(Z) University of Akron–Wayne College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1972
Website : wayne.uakron.edu
No. of Students : 5,000
Contact No : (330) 683-2010

PROFILE:

  • Wayne College will be recognized within The University of Akron, the College’s service area, and among two-year colleges in the State of Ohio as a center of excellence for teaching and learning.
  • It will be acknowledged via outcome measures and accrediting agencies for the high quality of its teaching, programs, services, and facilities.
  • And, while it effectively utilizes appropriate technology and instructional strategies, Wayne College will continue to provide a teaching-learning environment in which “Where Student Success Comes First” remains the chief guiding principle.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

University of Akron–Wayne College, 1901 Smucker Road, Orrville, OH 44667

(Aa) University of Cincinnati–Clermont College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 2010
Website : www.ucclermont.edu
Contact No : (513) 732-5200

PROFILE:

  • UC Clermont College provides student-centered undergraduate education and life-long learning in an open-access, regional college environment.
  • They foster diversity as well as intellectual, cultural, and social development in their community.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

UC Clermont College, 4200 Clermont College Drive, Batavia, Ohio 45103

(Ab) Washington State Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Website : www.wscc.edu
No. of Students : 2,000
Contact No : (740) 374-8716

PROFILE:

Washington State Community College responds to the education and workforce needs of our community by providing dynamic and affordable associate degree and certificate programs in an atmosphere that promotes student success.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Washington State Community College, 710 Colegate Drive, Marietta, OH 45750

(Ac) Wright State University–Lake Campus

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1962
Website : lake.wright.edu
Contact No : (419) 586-0300

PROFILE:

  • Wright State University’s Lake Campus is a wonderful place to be.
  • There are friendly and helpful staff, highly qualified and exciting faculty, plus engaged and active students.
  • Their campus is evolving and changing as opportunities and challenges confront them. It continues to be an exciting time at the Lake Campus.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Wright State University–Lake Campus, 7600 Lake Campus Drive, Celina, OH 45822

(Ad) Zane State College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1969
Website : www.zanestate.edu
No. of Students : 2,000
Contact No : (740) 454-2501

PROFILE:

  • With a wide variety of two-year associate degree programs, certificate programs, workshops, and occupational skills training, Zane State College’s experienced-based education provides high value at an affordable price. The reasons their students choose Zane State College are diverse.
  • Many want a career that can help them provide a better way of life for their families and themselves.
  • Others want a close-to-home option where they can earn the first two years of a baccalaureate degree before transferring to another college or university.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Zane State College, 1555 Newark Rd, Zanesville, OH 43701