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Ohio U partnership in Dublin
Columbus State Board of Trustees Chair Rich Rosen was among the speakers at an outdoor groundbreaking event for Ohio University's Dublin Extension Campus. When completed in 2015, the building on Post Road will be used primarily for health-related programs and classes. Columbus State will share some of the space for classes.
Initial Columbus State programs will include associate degrees in Surgical Technology and Health Information Management. Certificate programs will include Sterile Processing, Massage Therapy and Medical Assisting. More programs for the site will be considered.
Columbus State began a program six years ago allowing our students to attend classes on our campus and complete a Bachelor of Applied and Technical Studies degree from Ohio University. Ohio University Transfer Agreements
In his remarks, Chair Rosen said, "This new partnership is significant for us. We've had a presence in Dublin since 1979 offering classes in a Regional Learning Center nearby."
More than 100 people attended the groundbreaking. Fellow trustees Michael Flowers and Valoria Hoover and Senior Vice President and CFO Terri Gehr were also on hand to represent the college.