Zane State College is building a lab for fabricating prototypes and products. After all of the planning, it's time to decide on an important feature: the name!
We are holding a naming contest for this new makerspace, which will be open to the public for a membership fee. Whether your interests are electronics and technology, woodworking, or mixed media, this lab will have the equipment and support you need. Winner of the contest gets a free one-year membership to the lab.
*Due to potential cold and rainy weather, the event has been moved inside to Elson Hall Auditorium*
Join us for this free, family-fun event!
On Saturday, October 3, from 6 to 8 p.m., bring your family to the "Stranger Danger and Halloween Safety" event at the Zane State College and Ohio University Zanesville campus. This fun event includes activities for kids and important Halloween safety tips. Kids will participate in:
Priority Registration begins September 8. This is a time when returning students have the opportunity to register for classes before anyone else, allowing you to get the schedule that best fits your life.
Check your e-mail or My Z-Online for updates about your assigned registration date and time.
If you need to schedule an appointment with an advisor, do so soon.
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Zane State College recently received a five year annual $220,000, may fluctuate per year, grant from the U.S. Department of Education for the TRIO - Student Support Services Program. TRIO is a program that supports first generation, low-income, and disabled students. TRIO’s goal is to help student participants reach their educational goals.
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).
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.