Press Release

Cleveland State Receives Share of OhioCorps Pilot Program Grant

Cleveland State University is one of five public universities to receive a share of a $2.5 million OhioCorps pilot program grant administered by the Ohio Department of Higher Education.

Funding will be used to provide at-risk secondary students with guidance and positive role models that will help them succeed as they transition to higher education. CSU received a grant in the amount of $433,132.

Chancellor Gardner Calls New Budget ‘Student Focused’

Ohio’s Chancellor of Higher Education today said Governor Mike DeWine’s state budget proposal for colleges and universities is student focused and a positive development for Ohio’s future.

“After 33 years in the General Assembly and 16 budgets, this may be the most student-focused state budget I’ve seen for higher education,” Chancellor Randy Gardner said. “This budget centers on affordability while helping prepare Ohio for a fast-changing economy and high-quality jobs through workforce preparation, more need-based financial aid, and strategic scholarships.” 

Miami University, Cincinnati State, University of Cincinnati Receive a Share of $5.3 Million Approved for Collaborative Workforce Development

Students at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College, Miami University, and the University of Cincinnati will be able to enhance their education and job preparedness in several fields thanks to funding approved by the state Controlling Board to purchase state-of-the-art equipment.

Several Northwest Ohio Campuses Receive a Share of $5.3 Million Approved for Collaborative Workforce Development

Students at the University of Toledo, Bowling Green State University, Rhodes State College, Owens Community College, and Northwest State Community College – in partnership with Ohio Northern University and Tiffin University – will be able to enhance their education and job preparedness in several fields thanks to funding approved by the state Controlling Board to purchase state-of-the-art equipment.

Four Campuses in Northern Appalachia Receive a Share of $5.3 Million Approved for Collaborative Workforce Development

Students at Belmont College, Washington State Community College, Eastern Gateway Community College, and Zane State College will be able to enhance their education and job preparedness in several fields thanks to funding approved by the state Controlling Board to purchase state-of-the-art equipment.

Five Northeast Ohio Campuses Receive a Share of $5.3 Million Approved for Collaborative Workforce Development

Students at Lakeland Community College, Kent State University, Stark State College, The University of Akron, and Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) will be able to enhance their education and job preparedness in several fields thanks to funding approved by the state Controlling Board to purchase state-of-the-art equipment.

Cleveland State, Tri-C, Lorain County Community College Receive a Share of $5.3 Million Approved for Collaborative Workforce Development

Students at Cleveland State University, Cuyahoga Community College, and Lorain County Community College will be able to enhance their education and job preparedness in several fields thanks to funding approved by the state Controlling Board to purchase state-of-the-art equipment.

Five Southern Ohio Campuses Receive a Share of $5.3 Million Approved for Collaborative Workforce Development

Students at Southern State Community College, Shawnee State University, Hocking College, Rio Grande Community College, and Ohio University’s Main and Southern campuses will be able to enhance their education and job preparedness in several fields thanks to funding approved by the state Controlling Board to purchase state-of-the-art equipment.

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