Your path to the education you need.
Columbus State provides Central Ohio residents the educational opportunities they
need to get to the next phase of their career - whatever that may be. First, you can
go here and get a two-year associate degree in a Career & Technical field, which qualifies you for a job immediately. Or, you can get an Associate of Arts or Associate of Science, which represents the first two years of a bachelor's degree and you can transfer to another college. Third, we offer a variety of short-term training opportunities
and continuing education through our Community Education and Workforce Development division. Check out our Majors and Programs for more on our offerings.
In 2013, Columbus State Community College celebrated 50 years of “Making history every
day.” The anniversary afforded as many opportunities to look around and ahead as to
look back. Read More
Columbus State at a Glance
Columbus State Community College has been dedicated to meeting the educational needs
of our community for 50 years. The College has grown from an initial enrollment of
67 students in 1963, to its current thriving campus of around 26,000 students.
Columbus State's Career & Technical Programs division offers two-year career programs in more than 55 areas of business, health,
public service, human service, and engineering technologies. Students can also take
the first two years of their bachelor's degree here through our College of Arts and Science, then finish at a four-year college with our Bachelor's Degree Transfer Programs.
Our Community Education and Workforce Development division offers continuing education classes, licensure courses and personal enrichment
courses. Online courses fall under Distance Learning, and programs for high school students fall under K-12 Programs.
Our Columbus Campus is conveniently located on the edge of downtown Columbus, on 80 acres of beautifully
landscaped grounds. The campus currently consists of more than two dozen buildings.
Our Delaware Campus, which opened in Autumn 2010, includes the state-of-the-art Moeller Hall and offers
a variety of great programs.
In addition to the main campus, Columbus State operates 9 Regional Learning Centers in the suburban neighborhoods of Dublin, Gahanna, Westerville, Reynoldsburg, Marysville,
Grove City, Plain City, Southeast Columbus and Bolton Field. These suburban sites
allow students to take courses close to where they live and work.
Columbus State is especially proud of its own community. Each member of our faculty
and staff is committed to enhancing the educational and employment opportunities of
our students. For information about our campus, try taking a tour.
And if you've benefited from a Columbus State education, or just want to help others
get an opportunity, please consider donating to the Columbus State Development Foundation or attending our annual Taste the Future gala. All funds raised at Taste the Future benefit scholarships.
Welcome to Columbus State!