Cincinnati State Technical and Community College is a public, two-year college under the authority of the Ohio Department of Higher Education.
Cincinnati State Technical and Community College provides student-focused, accessible, quality technical and general education, academic transfer, experiential and cooperative education, and workforce development.
Cincinnati State will be the technical and community college of choice in our region, nationally recognized for academic excellence, cooperative education and workforce development.
As a College Community:
- We embrace experiential and lifelong learning, personal growth, and employability.
- We create and promote a civil and respectful environment.
- We anticipate and effectively respond to changing stakeholder expectations.
- We honor the diversity of people and ideas.
Cincinnati State is governed by a nine-member Board of Trustees; all are community leaders appointed by the Governor of the State of Ohio.
Dr. Monica J. Posey serves as president of the College. Other College leaders are the provost, the vice president for college administration, the vice president for finance and treasurer, the vice president for workforce development, and a dean for each academic division.
View Cincinnati State's Community College Profile, compiled by the Ohio Department of Higher Education.
International students attending Cincinnati State represent more than 100 countries.
Cincinnati State employs about about 170 full-time faculty members, and about 500 part-time faculty members.
The College offers more than 100 associate’s degree programs, majors, and short-term certificate programs. Academic programs are housed in the academic divisions: Business Technologies, Center for Innovative Technologies, Health and Public Safety, and Humanities and Sciences.
Cincinnati State has one of the largest cooperative education programs among two-year colleges in the U.S. Cooperative education increases students’ chances of career success.
In addition to offering associate's degree and certificate programs, the Workforce Development Center at Cincinnati State offers continuing education opportunities in Industrial and Quality Improvement Training; HAZMAT, Rescue, and Safety; Professional, Managerial and Leadership; and Health Business through courses, seminars, and on-site training for area businesses and industries.
Student Right-to-Know: Graduation, Transfer, and Persistence
The Federal government, under Student Right-to-Know (SRTK) legislation, requires that all colleges and universities report the proportion of students who began their studies full-time and who complete programs within 150% of normal time required for completion. (Other related data is on the Consumer Information page.)
Cincinnati State Technical and Community College affirms that no person shall, on the basis of race, age, color, handicap, sexual orientation, national origin, or gender be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any educational program or activity conducted under its auspices.