Cincinnati State's New President Discusses The Goals And Future Of The College
Founded by the Cincinnati School Board in 1966, Cincinnati State Technical and Community College was originally known as The Cincinnati Cooperative School of Technology.
At the time, the two-year technical institute for high school graduates offered only four degree programs. Today the college has more than 100 associate degree programs.& More than 15,000 students enroll in its courses each year.
In June, the college named Dr. Monica Posey as its new president after she had served as interim president for eight months. She joins us, along with Assistant Director of Cincinnati State's Middletown Campus Tom Hale, to talk about the college's goals and plans.