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  • Get Real at Registration Fest

    It’s time to get real about your future, and at Zane State College, you can learn real skills for a great career.

    Get started on your future at Registration Fest.

    Zanesville campus: Wednesday, December 2, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

    Cambridge campus: Thursday, December 10, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

    Registration Fest is a great time for new and returning students to get in gear for spring semester, which starts January 4 for new students and January 11 for returning students. At Registration Fest, you can:

  • Are you ready for the new logo?

    Something big is coming...

    We want to hear the campus roar with excitement for the new Zane State College logo! It will make its public debut in January, but in the meantime, keep checking back for updates.

    Be sure to follow us on social media for more sneak peeks!

  • Zane State College Selected for The Pathways Project – Guiding Students to College Completion

    Implementing guided academic and career pathways at scale – for all students – is the shared
    commitment of 30 colleges that will participate in the Pathways Project led by the American Association of
    Community Colleges (AACC).  Zane State College is among the institutions invited, through a highly
    competitive national selection process, to join in and contribute to the work. 

  • CMT to Partner with Zane State College in “CMT Empowering Education” Campaign

    ZANESVILLE, OH — CMT is teaming up with Zane State College to encourage area residents to go back to
    school as part of the cable network’s CMT Empowering Education initiative. The campaign highlights the
    important role community colleges play in providing affordable, relevant education and training aligned
    with the workforce needs in rural America. There are 5.8 million jobs open right now in the United
    States, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, many of which remain unfilled due to a lack of skilled

  • Free Educational Series Focuses on Needs of Aging Adults

    The educational series “Protecting Our Aging Adults: It’s a Community Responsibility” offers sessions for
    anyone who works with the aging population or is involved in the Adult Protective Services process.
    These sessions are free to anyone who lives or works in or around Guernsey County. Continuing
    Education Units (CEUs) are provided by Six County, Inc., #RCS109602 Ohio Counselors Social Work and
    Marriage and Family Therapist Board. CEUs are offered per session—you do not need to attend all
    sessions to earn them.

  • Applying to an Allied Health program? Take the HOAE

    If you're applying for an Allied Health program, you may need to take the Health Occupations Aptitude Exam (HOAE). Don't worry -- we've made it easy. The exam is offered mulitple times on both campuses so that you can take it at the time and place most convenient to you. See the image below for upcoming dates, and be sure to register as soon as possible because space is limited for each exam time.

    For more information, contact the One Stop for Student Services at 740.588.5000.





  • Spring Semester Registration Now Open

    This spring? Get real.

    At Zane State College, we like being real. We are real industry professionals. We get real life. We can teach you skills for a real career – not just a job.

    If you are even considering college, come for a visit so we can get to know the real you. We will help you set goals - real goals - and make them happen together. Get the degree that will make a real difference in your life.

  • FREE QuickStart to College at Zane State College

    A free QuickStart to College class is available for people interested in trying college. QuickStart to
    College is designed to help students begin college with ease and confidence. Students will receive
    guidance throughout the enrollment process, as well as complete admissions and financial aid
    applications, explore career options, and refresh basic skills such as math, English, and computer skills.
    Students who complete the course will receive two college credits for free.

  • Register for American Heart Association CPR and First Aid Training

    Need CPR Training? Zane State College has a wide-range of class times for health care workers, child care providers, and for those who want to learn CPR and First Aid. Visit the CPR Page to learn more about the types of CPR and First Aid classes offered and find a schedule of upcoming trainings. Click here to go to the CPR page.

  • 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.