Hocking College

Hocking College was established in 1968 in Nelsonville, Ohio located in the Appalachian region of Southeast Ohio. The College offers over 50 associate degree and certificate programs, providing innovative hands-on education opportunities to over 3000 students annually.

Hocking College spans three campuses in Nelsonville, Logan, and New Lexington, Ohio. The College has a rich tradition of diverse programming in natural resources, arts and science, allied health and public safety, culinary and hospitality, and workforce development. Hocking provides opportunities to students, both traditional and non-traditional, to earn an associate degree and transfer to a four-year institution, or an industry-recognized credential for direct employment. The College is focused on providing the skills needed for a successful career in a variety of industries and prides itself in being a leader in economic development in Ohio.

Mission: We serve as a pathway to prosperity, teaching and inspiring all who seek to learn, growing careers and changing lives.

Advanced Manufacturing Programs



Hocking College will be starting an advanced manufacturing program in Spring 2020.

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Sean Terrell

Dean of Workforce Development and Community Engagement



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