The Nuts, Bolts, and Thingamajigs Summer Manufacturing Institute is a cool way for kids ages 11 – 14 to learn about different careers in the manufacturing industry. During this day camp, participants will take field trips to local manufacturing companies, learn about entrepreneurship, and do activities with photovoltaics, water filtrations, simple circuits, and other manufacturing-related projects.
There are two separate institutes, one on each campus.
June 15 – 19
9 a.m. – 4 p.m. daily
June 22 – 26
9 a.m. – 4 p.m. daily
This event is a great way for women in the community to support other women in the community — and have a lot of fun doing so!
This Management and HR Summit provides area leaders
the opportunity to attend a cutting-edge professional development
opportunity within a short driving distance.
During a Zane State College board of trustees meeting on March 23, the board unanimously voted to rename the EPIC Center on the Cambridge campus, Paul R. Brown EPIC Center.
Stay on track to graduate by registering for summer and fall classes as soon as possible.
Steps for success:
Thinking about starting college but aren’t sure where to begin? Try the free QuickStart to College program at Zane State College! With QuickStart, you can take your first steps towards a college education and earn three free college credits.
This is a great opportunity to get started on your college career. You will gain an understanding of degree and certificate offerings and 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 and writing.
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. View a list of classes here (available at both the Zanesville and Cambridge campuses). Schedule a class by calling 740.588.1288 (please leave a message).
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.
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.