The Hocking College Experience

The Parents' Guide to Homesickness in College Students

by Melinda Casilli

About seven weeks ago, the Hocking College campus was a flurry of excitement as students moved in, eager to begin their journey toward career fields they feel passionate about. During the past weeks, students have been immersed in hands-on learning experiences and discovered everything their programs have to offer.

Top 5 Tips For Better Time Management in College

by Melinda Casilli

One of the top skills you need to be successful in college and beyond is good time management skills. College is much different than high school. Professors and instructors won't ask you again and again for assignments or let you retake tests to improve your score. Keeping yourself organized to stay on top of your work is now your responsibility. College is the perfect time to hone these skills, but if yours are lacking, these tips will get you started and help you stay on track. 

Check Out Hocking College’s Library for National Library Week

by Melinda Casilli

“Reading is a passport to countless adventures.” -Mary Pope Osborne

Hocking College Student Finds Her Path In Accounting & Financial Services

by Melinda Casilli

Elizabeth Howard will graduate in May 2022 from Hocking College with an Associate's Degree in Accounting and Financial Services. She is the first generation of her family to ever attend college and the first to earn a degree.

Hocking College Trio Support Services Grant Extended Five Years

by Matt Berry

NELSONVILLE, Ohio—The Hocking College Trio Student Support Services grant program has been renewed for five years, beginning Sept. 1, 2020.

Ten Tips to be Successful with Online Learning (from the pros!)

by Samantha Crist

For many, 2020 is a year of firsts: from the first time experiencing a major pandemic to the first time experiencing a statewide lockdown. But for many students, it’s also the first time they will take an online course.

Accessibility Resources Office Assists Students with Disabilities

by Tracey A. Maine

For more than 20 years, Hocking College’s Accessibility Resources Office has been helping students with disabilities realize their academic aspirations! 

Bring Your Own Device Program to Launch with Summer Classes

by Matt Berry

Beginning in the Summer 2020 semester, Hocking College will implement a Bring Your Own Device program for its classes.

Hocking College Adapts to Social Distancing during Pandemic

by Matt Berry

NELSONVILLE, OHIO—To anyone passing by it might have looked like Ron Cass was standing in the middle of a creek picking up rocks and talking to himself, but that’s not quite what he was doing.

Tips for College Students Transitioning to Learning Online

by Matt Berry

Making the transition from learning in a traditional classroom to learning in a virtual space can be challenging under normal circumstances, but when you have to make that transition in a hurry during stressful times it could be overwhelming.

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