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One factor consideration in choosing a college for many students is the choice between a two-year and a four-year college. If attending a traditional 4 year college appears too expensive or time consuming but you still want to upgrade your skills or earn more, community college may be the practical, economic solution you are looking for. Read More >>>
Ohio Community Colleges (2-Yr Colleges)
Ohio Junior Colleges, Technical Schools, and Institutes
Ohio's oldest two-year institution, Sinclair Community College, was founded in 1887 as a YMCA college. Most of the state's 32 public community colleges, however, were organized in the 1960s. In 1961, the Ohio General Assembly enacted legislation that provided for the expansion of postsecondary education by county governments and local school boards. This move resulted in the creation of community colleges, technical institutions and university branch campuses. In 1969, all institutions providing postsecondary technical education that had been operating under the State Department of Education were transferred to the Ohio Board of Regents. The state's present two-year college system includes technical colleges, locally supported community colleges, community-technical colleges located at state university campuses and two-year regional branch campuses of universities.
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Ohio Community Colleges and Two Year Colleges
Colleges and universities in Ohio expose students to two extremes of American living. On the one hand, there is big-city excitement thanks to Cleveland, Cincinnati, and Columbus. On the other hand, there is rolling farmland, pristine nature, and suburbia. Campuses spread throughout Ohio are never far from either world.