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The Hocking College Experience

At a crossroads, Andrea Chatfield took a risk to find a promising career

by Tracey A. Maine

When Andrea Chatfield moved to Athens in 2012, the southern Ohio native planned on becoming an organic farmer. Three years later an unexpected shoulder injury led her to a pivotal crossroads in her life.

Franklin University Announces Tuition Guarantee

by Tracey A. Maine

On May 18, Franklin University announced it would not raise undergraduate or graduate tuition this year. Students registering for the 2020-21 academic year will receive a tuition guarantee of $398 per undergraduate semester hour and $670 per graduate semester hour until graduation.

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.

Hocking College Receives Choose Ohio First Grant to help students

by Tracey A. Maine

Hocking College recently became one of 35 secondary schools to be awarded a Choose Ohio First grant worth $65,600.

New 3+1 Partnership Benefits Computer Science Students

by Tim Brunicardi

Students who enroll in Hocking College’s Website Application & Development program now have a more convenient route towards earning their bachelor’s degree thanks to the school’s new 3+1 partnership with Franklin University.

New Program Manager Hopes to Make a Degree in Cyber More Accessible

by Tim Brunicardi

Mark D. Riley is Hocking College’s new Cybersecurity and Network Systems Program Manager.

Franklin University's Cyber Defense Program Recognized by Homeland Security

by Tim Brunicardi

Franklin University was recently recognized by the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education (CAE-CDE) through the academic year 2024.   

Stubbornness & Persistence Takes Student from Farmer to Computer Science Major

by Tim Brunicardi

When Southern Ohio native Andrea Chatfield moved to Athens in 2012, her ambition was to become an organic farmer. Then, three years later, an unexpected shoulder injury led her to a pivotal crossroads moment in her life.

The Benefits of Getting a College Degree in the Computer Science Industry

by Tim Brunicardi

While there are many self-taught people who enter the computer science industry without a degree, there are many advantages to having one which could ultimately make the difference between getting a job and having a career.

Hocking College's Girls Who Rock & Code Club to Meet During the Summer

by Tim Brunicardi

Hocking College’s Girls Who Rock and Code Club has received confirmation that the College’s chapter of Girls Who Code will meet weekly during the summer beginning June 6 through August 1.

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