About Zane State College

Established in 1969, Zane State College offers an accredited education at campuses in Zanesville and Cambridge, Ohio. The two-year programs offered provide an experience-based education for modern careers, plus an affordable start on bachelor’s degrees at four-year institutions.

Zane State College in Zanesville, Ohio

Who Benefits from Zane State College

Zane State College services students of all ages seeking further education and career advancement through over 40 professional programs.

FUN FACT: For every $1 invested in their Zane State College education, graduates will have an $8.90 return in lifetime earnings. Source: Emsi Economic Impact Study

3 Great Reasons to Choose Zane State College

Affordability

Zane State College continually looks for ways to help make college affordable for all students, including lowering textbook costs, offering over 100 scholarships, and other financial aid opportunities. College Credit Plus, in particular, saved Ohio high school students and families over $262 million on college tuition.*Plus, most students are eligible for financial aid.

*Source Ohio Department of Education

Honors Program

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What’s it like to learn at Zane State College

Jobs for the Future, a national nonprofit dedicated to bridging workforce skills gaps, chose Zane State as one of only three colleges nationwide to offer the 12th Grade Redesign program.

This program is aimed at high school students – without post-graduation plans – to graduate high school with strong, realistic higher education and career plans.

High school and college educators selected Zanesville high school students to participate. These 12th Grade Redesign students toured campus and took Zane State College courses during their final high school semester.

Completing these pre-credit courses as high school seniors enabled the students to move quickly into credit-bearing courses and into courses specific to their major.

Recently, the 12th Grade Redesign program was nationally recognized in an article published by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation titled “Success for Our Students: How High Schools and Colleges Can Share the Responsibility for the Students They Serve.”