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Fashion Program Manager is Panel Expert at Conference

by Tracey A. Maine

Recently, Hocking College faculty member Coral Wedel took part in a virtual conference that focused on topics related to the fashion industry. 

New Scholarship Created at Hocking College in Beloved Brewer’s Memory

by Matt Berry

One deserving student will earn a two-year full-tuition scholarship in the memory of a beloved Ohio brewer.

Jobs in Data Analytics Are Plentiful and Pandemic Proof

by Tracey A. Maine

According to an article in the online magazine Analytics Insight by the end of 2021, there will be 3 million job openings in data science.

Hocking College is Gearing up to Debut New Data Analytics Program

by Tracey A. Maine

Soon, Hocking College will begin offering a Data Analytics degree program.

New Theatre Program Sets the Stage for Job Opportunities

by Tracey A. Maine

Emily Davis is the Program Manager for Hocking College's new Communications and Theatre Program.

Hocking College holds socially distant 50th anniversary graduation

by Matt Berry

NELSONVILLE, Ohio—Hocking College’s first graduation ceremony was held in a parking lot. Fifty years later, thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, the ceremony was back outside.

College with a Safety Net, CCP Program lets High Schoolers ease into Higher Ed

by Matt Berry

Benjamin Juricki always knew he was going to college, but just not so soon.

CCP Gives High Schoolers Chance to Explore College for Free

by Matt Berry

Cora “Sky” Roman wanted the “full” college experience when she took her first class last year.

College Credit Plus Program Saves Students Time and Money

by Tracey A. Maine

NELSONVILLE, Ohio—With the help of Ohio’s College Credit Plus program Marisa McClain was able to transition from high school to college without relocating or accumulating massive amounts of student loan debt.

How to Have a Safe Independence Day

by Tracey A. Maine

Traditionally, the Fourth of July is a day when Americans celebrate by taking part in picnics, parades and crowded fireworks displays. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year, everyone will need to take certain precautions to help prevent the potential spread of this mysterious illness. 

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