Middletown Campus: Financial Aid
Cincinnati State is committed to a high quality education at an affordable price, and we offer financial aid to those who qualify. Many types of financial aid are available, including grants, loans, and work-study. Cincinnati State also offers institutional and Honors scholarships. In addition, several financial aid programs are available only for Cincinnati State Middletown students.
Middletown New Career Grant
Cincinnati State Middletown Campus is pleased to offer a grant to first time students for the Spring 2015 Semester. The program is available for students who have never taken a class at Cincinnati State, are enrolled in a Middletown degree or certificate program and are taking classes at our Middletown Campus during the Spring 2015 Semester.
Find out more about your share of the grant at a Middletown Information Session, or call the Office of Admission at 513.217.3700.
Students are eligible for up to $500 depending upon the number of Middletown credit hours that they are taking. 6 Credit Hours - $250. 9 Credit Hours - $375. 12+ Credit Hours - $500. The grant can be used for any educational expenses, including books, supplies, tuition and fees. The grant is neither transferable nor refundable.
Find out more about the Middletown New Career Grant by contacting an Admission Representative at 513-217-3700.
Cincinnati State Scholarship Applications
Apply through your MYCSTATE account
Application deadline is February 15th of each year.
Perry Thatcher Scholarship
This is an endowed scholarship made possible by the family of the late Perry Thatcher, a Middletown philanthropist whose real estate holdings paved the way for the new Cincinnati State campus in downtown Middletown.
Middletown Community Foundation Presidential Scholarship Fund
This is an endowed scholarship fund, established (and controlled) by the Middletown Community Foundation in connection with the inauguration of President O’Dell M. Owens in 2011.
Miriam G. Knoll Foundation Scholarship Fund
This scholarship is made available to one female and one male student in any degree or certificate program based on financial need and residency in the greater Middletown community.