Cincinnati State, Wilmington College to sign expanded agreement that makes bachelor’s degrees more attainable for adult students

15-year partnership has produced 400 graduates with an 82% completion rate.
Ohio is behind the nation when it comes to adults with bachelor’s degrees who can fill the needs of employers for higher skilled employees.

A partnership between Cincinnati and Wilmington College provides an answer to that dilemma—a high quality, affordable bachelor degree “pathway” designed expressly for adult students so they earn an associate degree from Cincinnati State and a bachelor’s degree from Wilmington—all without leaving Cincinnati State’s campus.


  • Dr. Monica Posey, president Cincinnati State
  • Dr. James Reynolds, president Wilmington College
  • One current student and two graduates will tell their personal stories

Monday, October 8, 10:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
Cincinnati State, Summit Restaurant, 2nd Floor of ATLC Building, 3520 Central Parkway, Cincinnati, OH 45223
Limited parking for media will be available on College Drive outside of the ATLC building. Parking also will be available in the Central Parkway Garage. 

Cincinnati State
Richard Curtis
Interim Media Coordinator

Wilmington College
Randy Sarvis
Director of Public Relations