About Cincinnati State

Overview of Cincinnati State

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 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 45% 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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