MANSFIELD – The North Central State College (NCSC) Foundation announces a new scholarship for Richland County adults pursuing a certificate program at NC State.
These scholarships will help students who plan to train for a career in business, manufacturing, healthcare or public service. Certificates are recognized as a way for students to enter the workforce quickly, with the skills that employers need.
In addition to the new scholarship which assists with tuition, generous donors of the NCSC Foundation have established a fund to assist students who need childcare while enrolled.
This Childcare Stipend is available for students needing childcare due to a job loss, low income, or other factors which could impact their ability to remain in school. This discussion is now part of the admissions process.
NC State, with the support of its Foundation, is helping train employees with the in-demand skills needed in today’s workforce. Employers are eager to welcome graduates from many of the programs available.
About North Central State College
North Central State is a comprehensive community college that serves more than 3,100 unique students on its Mansfield campus, its Shelby training facility, and the Crawford Success Center in Bucyrus, as well as via training and distance learning sites throughout north central Ohio.
For the 2022 school year, more than 40% of NC State students are also enrolled in high school. NC State continues to lead the region and state of Ohio in providing opportunities for students to accelerate their education, providing transferrable credits that save thousands of dollars in tuition for their families.
The College is preparing this area’s work force by offering more than 70 associate degree majors and certificate programs of study, including comprehensive technical education in health sciences, general studies, public service, business, engineering technology, and corporate/community services as well as transfer degrees that prepare students to complete bachelor’s degree in specific areas of study.
Last spring, NC State celebrated its first group of graduates from the Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology. This is the first bachelor’s degree that North Central State College has been approved to provide to students.
About The North Central State College Foundation
The North Central State College Foundation, a non-profit corporation, provides resource development for College program initiatives, facilities projects, and student aid and scholarships. A 40-member volunteer board of trustees oversees the NCSC Foundation which was chartered in 1990.