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  • Zane State College President Brown Announces Retirement

    During a board of trustees meeting on September 22, Dr. Paul Brown, fifth
    president of Zane State College, announced that he will retire on June 30, 2015. The notice
    provides the College ample time to conduct a search for Brown’s successor.

  • Register Now for QuickBooks Classes

    Own a small business? Learn all you need to know about QuickBooks with these four workshops through the Small Business Developments Center at Zane State College.

    There are four separate classes. Each class is $35, or it is $115 for the series of four. The classes will be held on the Zane State College Cambridge campus, Willett-Pratt Training Center, Room 524.

    To register, contact Beth Hampp by e-mailing or call 740.588.1207.

  • Scholarship Funds Available at Zane State College

    While Zane State College is committed to keeping tuition as low as possible, for many students the cost of attending college is out of reach without the aid of scholarship support. The Zane State College Foundation is announcing that approximately $170,000 is available annually in scholarship funds to recognize and reward those students with financial need who have high academic performance. Applications are now being accepted.

  • College Leadership Development Program Now Accepting Applications

    Space is Limited. Register Today!
    Cost is $960/person
    Download the College Leadership Institute Application here
    Download the College Leadership Institute Syllabus here

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  • FREE QuickStart to College at Zane State College

    Zane State College is offering a free QuickStart to College program at each campus. The QuickStart program is designed to help students begin college with ease and confidence. Students will gain an understanding of the degree and certificate offerings and receive guidance throughout the enrollment process. During the QuickStart course, students will complete admissions and financial aid applications, explore career options, identify and apply personal learning styles, develop computer literacy skills, while refreshing math and writing skills.

  • U.S. Bank Invests in the Future of Southeast Ohio through Zane State College

    U.S. Bank continues to support the growth and future of southeast Ohio by donating to Zane State College. Recently, U.S. Bank contributed $10,000 completing $40,000 of a $50,000 pledge. The funds are being used in support of the new EPIC Center on the Cambridge campus. In appreciation,
    Zane State College named a feature of the EPIC Center the U.S. Bank Wind Turbine Court.

  • Norman, Jones, Enlow & Co. Award Scholarships to Zane State College Students

    The certified public accounting firm Norman, Jones, Enlow & Co. annually presents students with certificates and monetary awards for outstanding academic achievements. On May 1, 2014, two Zane State College students received this distinction. Geraldine McDaniel was awarded Best in Class while Most Improved went to Jeremie Bates. Both McDaniel and Bates are students in the College’s accounting program.

  • New Learning Centers at Zane State College

    The Advanced Science and Technology Center is a two-story facility that incorporates the latest science equipment in a sophisticated and comprehensive learning environment. Programs in environmental and engineering technology, energy, information technology, and allied health are located in the new 43,000 square foot center. These programs prepare students for high-demand, high-wage careers in science and technology fields. The Advanced Science and Technology Center features state-of-the-art classrooms, laboratories, a wind turbine court, and roof garden.

  • Plus 50 Program

    Zane State College provides supportive programs for students from many different backgrounds. Regardless of finances, age, or educational level, the College offers assistance for students to enroll and succeed in college.

  • Fee Waiver for Senior Citizens

    Persons 60 years and older who have resided in Ohio for at least one year are eligible to enroll in a limited number of credit hours on a space-available basis without payment of tuition and general fees. However, some courses may require a fee for workbooks or other materials. These fees are not covered by the senior citizen fee waiver. For more information, contact Admissions at (740) 588-1226.