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How to Enroll for Fall Classes

Are you ready to take your career to the next level with a college degree? Or maybe you recently graduated high school and are looking for options to start college? Whatever your individual circumstances may be, we’ve got you covered at East Ohio College. For many years, we have helped students by giving them the … Read more

Jenna Glenn – Student Highlight

Before enrolling at East Ohio College, Medical Assisting student Jenna Glenn attended another college but didn’t feel it was a good fit. “It was a huge school, and there were people everywhere you looked. My experience was ok, but the school overall was not for me,” she said. After visiting the East Ohio campus and meeting with … Read more

Shaylon Brentley – Student Highlight

Before attending East Ohio College, business administration student, Shaylon Brentley, attended New Castle School of Trades. There he was enrolled in their Electrical Industrial Maintenance program. However, he did not feel this school was the best fit for him. “The classes were all over the place, so I took a break from my schooling and worked a … Read more

Makayla Vance – Student Highlight

Before attending East Ohio College, medical assisting student, Makayla Vance, was attending another college. She did not feel this school was a good fit for her. “The atmosphere was not what I had in mind, and I was not happy with the way I was being taught. I felt like a number in an ocean … Read more

How to Enroll for Fall Classes

You’ve decided it’s time to make the move into a great career, but where do you begin? What can you do today that will create a better future for you and your family? There are many benefits to earning a college degree, such as gaining valuable skills, expanded career opportunities, and increased job security. At … Read more

10 Things You Didn’t Know About East Ohio

By: Scott Rogers, Campus President 1. East Ohio was founded in 1886 to meet the growing need for office personnel to support the booming pottery industry in the Tri-State area. Grover Cleveland was President, the Statue of Liberty was dedicated in New York harbor, and the first Tournament of Roses Parade was held in Pasadena, … Read more