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Why Come to the Regional Centers?

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Students attending Regional Learning Centers are generally adult, part-time learners taking advantage of the local opportunity to pursue higher education. This includes single parents, business and professional people, workers looking for new opportunities, and senior citizens. High school students often attend classes at Regional Learning Centers as part of the College Credit Plus program. Click on the map to enlarge.

Why attend a Regional Learning Center?

The Regional Learning Centers provide educational opportunities within the College’s four-county service district. In addition to course offerings, the centers provide student and academic support services, such as:
  • Academic Advising – Course Planning, Placement Test score review
  • Bookstore Order Pick-up – Place an order at and it will be delivered to an RLC for free
  • College Testing Services – Placement & Distance Learning testing, as well as industry credentialing
  • Financial Aid Advising – Certification & Verification information
  • Records & Registration Processing & Support – Paperwork processing centers

Regional Learning Center Degree programs

Students may complete a variety of Degrees and Certificates at the Regional Learning Centers. Below is a summary of the available options.

Dublin Center

Westerville Center

  • AA & AS Degrees
  • Health Info. Mgnt. Tech. (HIMT) AAS
  • AA Degrees


  • Nurses’ Aide (NURC 1101 – STNA)
  • Patient Care Skills (NURC 1102)
  • Pharmacy Technician


  • Real Estate Pre-Licensing


Southwest Center
at Bolton Field

Reynoldsburg Center at
RB Livingston High School


  • Aviation Maintenance Technology AAS
  • Fire Science AAS


  • AA Degrees


  • Aviation Maintenance Airframe
  • Aviation Maintenance Powerplant
  • Firefighter I & II
  • EMS/EMT/Paramedic


  • Nurses’ Aide (NURC 1101 – STNA)

For current class schedules at our Regional Learning Centers visit: Register/Schedules