Cincinnati State Technical and Community College, chartered in 1969, provides student-focused, accessible, quality technical and general education, academic transfer, experiential and co-operative education and workforce development.
Today, as the College prepares to celebrate its, 50th anniversary, Cincinnati State offers more than 130 associate degree programs, majors and certificate programs through its four academic divisions and the Workforce Development Center. In addition to its academic and technical programs, the College offers many continuing education opportunities through short courses, seminars, and on-site training for area businesses and industries. The College is fully accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association for Colleges and Schools and also holds numerous programmatic accreditations.
Its main campus is in Clifton, with branch campuses in Evendale (the Workforce Development Center), Harrison (an airport), and Middletown.
Its main campus is in Clifton, with branch campuses in Evendale (the Workforce Development Center), Harrison (an airport), and Middletown. The College also maintains satellite operations at the Great Oaks Career Campuses and other locations across the region.