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Experts say to keep an eye on your mental health during pandemic

by Matt Berry

The risks from the coronavirus pandemic aren’t just virus itself. The economic uncertainty, the social isolation and the unprecedented changes to the daily lives of millions worldwide can lead to greater feelings of anxiety.

Truck Drivers, Especially Women, are in Demand

by Tracey A. Maine

On March 20, a report by CBS News spotlighted the important role truck drivers are playing in keeping American store shelves stocked during the coronavirus pandemic.

Virtual Cheerleading Tryouts set for 2020-2021 Season

by Matt Berry

If you want to continue cheerleading after high school or have always wanted to give it a try, you’re next chance to join the Hocking College Cheerleading team is coming up soon.

Hocking Student Named Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholar Again

by Tracey A. Maine

Hocking College student Michele Porter recently became one of 50 students to receive the Coca-Cola Academic Team Gold Scholar award.

Hold it! Don't Flush Those Wipes or You Could Cause a Big Mess

by Matt Berry

As stores across the country run out of toilet paper due to panic buying and hoarding, and shelter-in-place orders keep people in their homes more than normal, some are using alternative products in the bathroom.

Hocking College and Jackie O's Team up for First Run of Sanitizer

by Matt Berry

NELSONVILLE, Ohio—Hocking College, Jackie O’s and other companies are teaming up to help Southeast Ohio’s first responders and healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Hocking College to Offer Computer Science Scholarships to Ohioans

by Matt Berry

In January, Hocking College became one of 35 other secondary schools to be awarded a Choose Ohio First grant.

Franklin University Offers Students Stability in Uncertain Times 

by Tracey A. Maine

In a time of fear and uncertainty for so many college students, Franklin University wants you to know that their academic programs, student services, and online learning experiences are designed to fit the needs of busy adults. Franklin’s transfer-friendly degree programs help students start strong and finish faster – saving time and money to complete their college degree.

Coronavirus Update - Spring and Summer 2020 Courses

by Tim Brunicardi

The statement below is in regards to Spring and Summer 2020 courses:

Our primary goals are your safety and keeping you on track academically. Ohio’s Stay at Home Order has greatly influenced how you’ll take your courses. We’ve worked hard to quickly develop plans to provide you with the educational pathway you’ll need to be successful. However, the situation remains fluid and we ask for your patience and cooperation. 

Coronavirus Update - Extended Stay-at-Home Order and the Dorms

by Tim Brunicardi

The statement below is in regards to Students Living in the Dorms:

Hocking College Dorm Residents:

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