We’re here to help you succeed.
The first time you come to the Cincinnati State campus, you will see how people and programs are centered on your success. One of your partners is Student Services, where you can get the support you need to help you reach your career goals.
Here you will find an array of services--maybe just what you need to get ahead. Check out the list below.
Get ready. Get set. Get there.
The Get There guide is a valuable tool and resource.It gives you details about how Cincinnati State operates, and provides information about College departments, programs, and services. Click here to get the guide
Supplemental Learning Materials
Student Services also offers supplemental learning materials, easily accessible to all students. Click on one of the following subject areas to further develop your academic skills through interactive and informative web sites.
Every degree-seeking student participates in academic advising in order to make informed decisions regarding education, career, and life goals. Learn more.
Make use of the Cincinnati State Career Counseling Center at no charge for assistance with career planning, personal counseling, academic support, and other general services. Learn more.
If you need to sharpen your skills in reading, writing, or math, developmental education can help. Whether you’re a recent high school grad or an adult returning to school, you may be advised to enroll in developmental education. Learn more.
English as a Second Language
If English is not your native language, we can help! Cincinnati State offers placement testing for non-native speakers of English, and individualized assistance. Learn more.
Our International Student Office (ISO) assists international students in achieving success with a full slate of services. Learn more.
Students with Disabilities
You’ll find an extensive set of offerings in academic support services for students with disabilities. They are as close as our Office of Disabilities Services. Learn more.
Are you running into an academic rough spot and could use some help? Use the free services of the Tutoring Center. Learn more.
Cincinnati State is approved for the education of veterans and participates in the Concurrent Admissions Program (CONAP). Learn more.
The Get Skills to Work program prepares veterans for a career in advanced manufacturing.
Students who need help with written assignments can turn to the Writing Center for tutoring free of charge. Learn more.
We’re here for you. How may we help you succeed?