North Central State College

North Central State College is a community-based, accredited, institution of higher learning serving the residents of north central Ohio. NC State has been in existence since 1961 as the largest public college in the region and has conferred degrees to more than 10,500 graduates. NC State offers over 60 associate degree and certificate programs, including high quality technical education in the health sciences, business, engineering and industrial technologies, as well as workforce development programs. North Central State graduates enjoy a high job placement rate. The College currently has a quarterly enrollment of roughly 3,200 students in credit programs, and many other non-credit seeking students. NC State employs more than 300 full-time and part-time people and has an operating budget in the excess of $19 million. The Mansfield campus includes 12 buildings on a 600-acre tract of land. The James W. Kehoe Center for Advanced Learning in Shelby offers engineering and workforce programs in addition to banquet facilities and corporate conference centers. The College has formed partnerships with a growing list of four-year universities to enable area students to obtain their bachelor degrees, with many programs offered right on the NC State campus. An increasing number of classes are offered online or through videoconferencing.

2441 Kenwood Circle
Mansfield, OH 44901-0698
Campus Code: 
University ID: 
204 422
Associates Degree
Less than one year certificate
One but less than two years certificate
Open admission policy: 
Completion of college-preparatory program: 
Not applicable
Admission test scores: 
Not applicable
Undergraduate Enrollment: 
3 731
In-state Tuition Cost (Full time): 
5 186
Out-of-state Tuition Cost (Full Time): 
10 184
Books and Supplies: 
1 500