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Cincinnati State Technical & Community College


Higher Education

About Us

Cincinnati State Technical and Community College is a public, two-year college under the authority of the Ohio Board of Regents.
Cincinnati State:
Offers more than 100 associate degree programs and certificates in Business Technologies, Health and Public Safety, Engineering and Information Technologies, and Humanities and Sciences

Has one of the largest cooperative education programs in U.S. two-year colleges, with over 2,400 co-op job placements each year, involving more than 600 business and industry partners

Has four campuses: the Main campus in Clifton, the Harrison campus that includes the Cincinnati West Airport, the Evendale campus that is home to the Workforce Development Center, and the Middletown campus

Offers hundreds of online courses, and several associate's degree and certificate programs available entirely online

Has an average class size of 16

Has an average student age of 28, with one-third of students age 30 and older

Costs about half as much as the first two years at most traditional universities

Sends 36% of all graduates on to additional education through transfer agreements with more than 20 four-year institutions

Provides specialized workforce training programs for more than 150 area businesses


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