As the region’s premier “career” college we know that higher education is about more than just a diploma to hang on the wall. It’s about stepping forward and preparing for your future.
No matter where you’ve come from, or where you’re going, whether starting college for the first time or making an important career change, we believe that every student has the potential to Be Great at Cincinnati State.
Like a fast-paced work environment where your decisions really count? The new Supply Chain Management degree prepares students to work in a variety of roles in the rapidly growing logistics and transportation industries.
Welding: part art, part science, and all skill. Our welding degree and certificate programs give students hands-on training that’s in wide demand, including the energy, manufacturing and construction industries.
This summer Jen Hein completed an internship at the Greenhills Police Department where she received mentoring experiences from several officers and has now entered their police academy.
Our dedicated Office of Veteran Student Affairs works with veterans, active-duty military, and reservists to advise them on everything from accessing their education benefits to earning credit for previous training.
Cincinnati State offers more than 200 online courses, as well as 9 degree and 5 certificate programs that are completely online so you can take classes when and where it’s most convenient for you.
Earn your degree in less time. Take advantage of hybrid and block scheduling as well as prior learning assessments, which can give you credit for skills and work experience you already have.
Cincinnati State receives $1 million in federal grant money to grow welding and advanced manufacturing programs.
The Midwest Culinary Institute is a national center of excellence in culinary education, pastry arts, hospitality management, and dietetics, preparing the next generation of great American chefs.
We work with more than 600 local and national co-op employers to provide students with valuable on-the-job experience that can lead to employment after graduation.
The Johnnie Mae Berry Library provides an essential service to students and faculty with easy, rapid access to information resources.
WDC provides workforce education and training with short-term certificates geared to enhance students’ current skills and teach new ones. WDC also offers customized training programs to regional businesses, governments and non-profits.