Cincinnati State Middletown to host recruiting event for Hispanic families

November 6, 2014

Robert White
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Cincinnati State Middletown to host recruiting event for Hispanic families

Cincinnati State will host a recruiting event at its Middletown campus on Wednesday, Nov. 12 designed 
especially for members of the region’s large Hispanic community.

The event will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Cincinnati State campus at 1 North Main Street in 
downtown Middletown. 

“There are many high school students from Hispanic families who are ready for college, and adults who 
want to go back to school or improve their English speaking skills,” said Tom Hale, Assistant Director of 
Cincinnati State’s Middletown Campus. “This event will have admission information to help them get 
started for the Spring Semester.” 

Classes for the 2015 Spring Semester start Jan. 12.

The Nov. 12 event will include:

 Information about all of the College’s certificate and associate degree programs
 Descriptions of Cincinnati State’s English as a Second Language programs and foreign language 
 Access to representatives of Cincinnati State’s nationally-recognized co-op program 
 An opportunity for guests to meet members of the College’s support services team, including 
representatives of the Office of International Student Affairs
 Representatives from several College offices, including Admission, Financial Aid and the 
Workforce Development Center
 Refreshments 
 Childcare services
 Bilingual staff 

“There are many Hispanic families in Butler County that have members who have different English skill 
levels.  The Hispanic Family Night will have something for everyone,” said Middletown Admission 
Representative Kandise Bobo. “We’ll have lots of information about our ESL classes as well as 
information about our degrees and programs for those prospective students whose English is already at 
the college level.” 

For more information about the event, please call (513) 217-3725 (or for Spanish, 443-5258). To learn 
more about Cincinnati State Middletown, please visit

Cincinnati State ( enrolls about 10,500 students and offers more than 130 
associate degree and certificate programs in business technologies, health and public safety, engineering 
technologies, humanities and sciences and information technologies. Cincinnati State has one of the 
most comprehensive co-op programs among two-year colleges in the U.S.