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Zane State College’s TRIO – Student Support Services Program (TRIO SSS) announced that it has received funding for the next five years through the Student Support Services Program of the United States Department of Education. TRIO SSS received news of the funding from Senator Sherrod Brown’s office regarding the status of the application. The total...
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David Ivey is a 2018 Zane State College (ZSC) graduate of the Mechanical Engineering Technology program. In his early 20s, he’s currently employed as the Sales manager of Malta Dynamics, which is America’s fastest growing fall protection and safety product manufacturer. He’s also re-enrolled at ZSC & Franklin University obtaining his Bachelor’s in Business Administration....
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Zane State College was featured in The Chronicle of Higher Education. The story focuses on resilience and finding opportunity in the midst of the pandemic. Read more here.
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Congratulations to Zane State College students Britney White and Maria Wentworth! They are two of 207 Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society members named a 2020 Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholar and will receive a $1,000 scholarship. The Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholarship Program helps new Phi Theta Kappa members defray educational expenses while enrolled in associate degree...
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Zane State College’s 2020 Soaring Summer Enrollment Zane State College’s virtual classrooms are buzzing with activity this summer with a 92-percent increase in part-time students and an 8-percent increase in full-time students. Following the final week when students can drop classes, Zane State College is up by more than 16% over last summer. How this...
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Advice to the Class of 2020: How to Be Safe and Sensible About Attending College in This Year of Pandemic Taking a year off to study online, at home, is an attractive option for many By Chad Brown, President – Zane State College Zanesville, OH – Cancelled trips and sports. No plays or proms. And...
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Postpone your freshman (or sophomore) year at the university and enroll at your local community college, taking 30 credits of general education classes over the course of a year. Then, in a year, when the whole virus situation has settled, return to the university and transfer those 30 credits there. To read the rest of...
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Community colleges not only offer a quality, affordable education close to home, they will actually be the best strategic option in the fall for many families — and not just those with limited resources as a result of the current economic conditions. Today, about half of all bachelor’s degree earners began their education at a...
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As an emergency response to the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19, #GivingTuesdayNow was created as a new global day of giving and unity. Zane State College students have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in a way that we, as a community, have never experienced. We know many students are facing personal challenges and financial...
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Curbside Pickup The Campus Bookstore will be offering curbside pickup at the Zanesville Campus for summer semester beginning May 4, 2020. Zane State College students can use either financial aid or credit card to place an order online at https://bookstore.zanestate.edu and select curbside pickup. Financial aid is available May 4, 2020. Textbooks, logo apparel, and graduation...
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