High school seniors offered free tuition for fall semester at Stark State College
(North Canton, OH – March 15, 2021) – Members of the high school Class of ’21 are eligible for an entire semester of free tuition this fall at Stark State College.
Stark State College among top 50 community colleges nationwide for online learning
(North Canton, OH – April 29, 2020) – Stark State College has been named among the top 50 community colleges nationwide for online learning.
New program gives unique college and co-op opportunities to Information Technology students at Kenmore-Garfield
(Akron, OH – Feb.20, 2020) – Akron Public Schools Superintendent David James, Stark State College President Dr. Para Jones and University of Cincinnati School of Information Technology Professor and Director Dr. Hazem Said announced a new partnership on Thursday to ensure students in the Information Technology Pathway at Kenmore-Garfield High School have a path to a college education.
Taking the first steps toward success
When Akron native Leonte Cooper decided a career in law was a better fit for him than the military, he started walking toward his goal.
“Friends of the Watercolor Wizard” will have their artwork on display through Dec. 2 in the Stark State College gallery on the second floor of the Student Center.
A free, public presentation of “MatheMagics” will be presented at 2 p.m. Nov. 5 in Stark State College’s Silk Auditorium, 6200 Frank Ave. NW.
Stark State College’s ShaleNET Share project, which increases access to the innovative ShaleNET oil and gas industry curriculum, is already expanding.
The Ohio Association of Community Colleges (OACC) today announced a new partnership with Western Governors University (WGU) that allows Ohio community college graduates to seamlessly transfer their coursework to WGU while also receiving discounted tuition to the accredited, online university.
“Diversity Abounds,” artwork by members of the Canton Artists League, will be on display Oct. 4-27 in the Stark State College gallery on the second floor of the Student Center.
In the wake of ITT Technical Institute’s closure of area campuses this week, Stark State College is ready to serve and support students affected by the shutdown.
Of the nation’s 1,171 community colleges, Stark State College was named among the top 25 deemed “best for adult learners” in the just-released Washington Monthly magazine annual College Guide and Rankings.