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While COVID has forced us to cancel our 29th Annual Ethnic Food Fair celebration, Zane State College wants to continue to honor Dr. King’s legacy with this keynote presentation: https://youtu.be/SHxVAKs4XEU. This year’s keynote presenter is Marketta Franklin-Thomas. She is the Director of Transmission and Distribution Learning and Employee Development at American Electric Power. She has...
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The Zane State College Foundation has a special gift just for MATC/ZSC alumni. Now through December 31, if you donate $50 to the Foundation, you will receive a complimentary copy of the 50th anniversary book filled with photos and history sure to make you proud. To donate, please click here. Keep in touch with the...
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As more students are seeking new skills to enter the workforce, the costs associated with transportation, food, and utilities are becoming more of an issue than ever before. Just like Meghan (pictured here), these same students are looking to Zane State College to provide them top-quality education close to home. “Originally I planned to attend...
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The EdDesign Lab has selected Zane State College as one of five community colleges from across the nation to participate in the creation of postsecondary educational pathway options designed specifically for rural students. This initiative is funded in part by the Ascendium Education Group. Zane State College is thrilled at this opportunity that will help...
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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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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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