Hocking College Trio Win Hackathon Competition
Recently, three students from Hocking College’s Cyber Security and Network Systems program won the first FranklinHACK Hackathon Competition.
NELSONVILLE, Ohio—Hocking College’s Choose Ohio First Scholarship program is expanding by more than five times its initial year, adding even more opportunities for students to get their education in an in-demand job field paid for.
Skyla Coleman’s success story is proof that sometimes the best way to navigate the pathway to prosperity is always to follow your instincts.
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.
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.
Mark D. Riley is Hocking College’s new Cybersecurity and Network Systems Program Manager.