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Clifton Campus is open but Main Building is closed

Updated Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2020 – 5:30 p.m.

All Cincinnati State Campuses are open.
At the Clifton Campus, the Health Professions Building (HPB) and the Advanced Technology and Learning Center (ATLC) are open but the MAIN Building remains closed.
  • All remote classes are continuing as usual.
  • Face-to Face Classes that were previously meeting in the Advanced Technology and Learning Center (ATLC) or the Health Professions Building (HPB) have resumed meeting at the same time and in the same room as before.
  • Most Face-to-Face Classes that were meeting previously in the MAIN Building have been moved to HPB or ATLC. A few classes will move to other locations.
    • Students will receive information from instructors about the class location and activities.
    • Student online schedules will be updated with the new location information.
  • The MAIN Building remains closed for assessment and repairs. Please do not try to enter the MAIN Building. Do not use the skywalks that connect MAIN to HPB and ATLC.

Coming to Clifton Campus:
  • The College will provide free parking on Clifton Campus for all of Fall Semester.
  • On days/times classes are in session:
    • All entrances to the ATLC will be open.
    • To enter the HPB, use the South Entrance (located on the driveway that runs between HPB and MAIN).
  • College Drive is closed to vehicle and pedestrian traffic. Students and employees should avoid walking near the Main Building because of ongoing construction/recovery work.


Student Services:

  • In-person services located in the ATLC have resumed operations.
    • In-person Disability Services are in process of being moved. More information will be posted here when it is available.
    • Processes for returning and picking up Library materials are being developed. More information will be posted here when it is available.
  • The Cashier's Window will be closed during Fall Semester but payments can be made in these ways:
    • Drop off a payment in the Drop Box next to the Cashier's window on the ATLC second floor. (Drop box is checked daily)
    • Mail the payment to Cincinnati State College, Attn: Cashier Office, 3520 Central Parkway, Cincinnati, Ohio 45223
    • Pay by credit card (a non-refundable service fee of 2.85% or a minimum of $3 will be charged)
    • Pay by eCheck
For more information, send email to or call 513-569-1580 option #3
  • The College Bookstore is open. Check service hours at
  • Food service at the Overlook Cafe (provided by Kate's Catering) has resumed on Monday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  • Distribution of loaner laptop computers and Wi-Fi hotspots to students who received email confirmation of their request is available in ATLC 007 (near the Welcome Center) Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
    • The student who reserved the equipment must pick it up in person
    • Be prepared to show your College ID or driver's license
    • Students who are registered for Fall classes can request a laptop or hotspot by logging into MyCState/Blackboard, and then clicking this link: COVID-19 Student Technology Loaner Program.

      • Allow 2 days for form processing. When approved, you will receive an “eForm Approved” message via Cincinnati State email.
      • For help completing the eForm, call 513-569-1234.

Information for Faculty and Staff:

  • Employees who work in the Main Building should follow your supervisor's instructions on working from home or moving to a new campus location.
  • For individuals who need to retrieve materials and items from rooms or offices in Main, a process is being developed. Details will be provided by Deans and Managers.
  • Parking Lot D is open, with limited employee parking.
  • College Drive is closed at the top of the drive. Vehicle and pedestrian traffic near the Main Building is prohibited.

Early on Monday, Aug. 31, it was discovered that the basement level in the Main Building on Cincinnati State's Clifton Campus had been flooded by water coming from a break in a pressurized water pipe that feeds the building's fire suppression system.

The College engaged multiple specialist companies to remove the water and restore the electrical and other systems on Clifton Campus. Power was restored to the Health Professions Building (HPB) and the Advanced Technology and Learning Center (ATLC) on Sep. 8. Work is continuing to restore systems in the Main Building.

No damage occurred in HPB or ATLC. While the Main Building remains closed for assessment and repairs, classes and services that were in Main are being relocated to HPB or ATLC. In a few instances, specialized labs may take place in other locations. Students will receive additional information from their instructors.

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