Westerville classes canceled until 2 p.m. due to a power outage.
A new look for Columbus State
As part of the 50th anniversary year for Columbus State, the college has adopted a new logo to represent the changing times and role of higher education. The previous design was developed more than a quarter century ago when Columbus State was re-chartered in 1987 as a community college. (Previously, it was known as Columbus Technical Institute.)
The more modern logo – as seen above – provides a crisp, contemporary design for a consistent look across all college media and materials. We believe it represents the changing needs of our students, faculty and staff as we begin the next 50 years of success.
The college will also update its website and recruitment materials to reflect the new look.
Founded in 1963, Columbus State represents the front door to higher education in Central Ohio for 25,000 students on two campuses and nine regional learning centers.