Zane State College

The scenic Zane State College campus is located on the west side of Zanesville, Ohio. Surrounded by lakes and foothills, Zanesville is an ideal location for experiencing the beauty of Eastern Ohio. The area is adorned with recreational and historic points of interest, including the unique Y-Bridge which has been a hallmark of the community since 1814.

Zane State College’s Engineering Technologies division offers associate degree programs in CAD, Architectural and Mechanical, Computerized Machine Tool Systems, and Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology. Our Natural Sciences Technologies division offers an associate degree in Environmental Science, Safety & Health. Every learner at Zane State College puts knowledge to work through experienced-based learning provided with a personal touch.

From your first day at Zane State College, you will learn practical, technical skills and gain industry-specific knowledge. Classes at Zane State College rarely exceed 20 students which allow us to provide you with the personal attention not found in other institutions.

An associate degree is very marketable in the workforce, and can be an excellent foundation for continuing education. Many of our graduates transfer to four-year colleges and complete baccalaureate degrees. Our students are praised for their practical skills and are often more advanced than students who start at four-year colleges.

Zane State College’s Career & Employment Services Office has experienced great success in placing students into technical jobs. The Career & Employment Services Office works with area employers to ensure that their employment needs are met, and many have come to count on Zane State College as their resource when recruited skilled employees. Our 2002-2003 graduate report noted that 94% of our Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology students were employed in their field of study.

Skilled individuals are in high demand. Zane State College is an affordable and convenient place to gain those skills.

Zane State College strives to keep pace with changes in technology, learning strategies, teaching methodologies, and organizational management. Visit us at for the most current information.

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Career information from Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor,
Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2004-05 Edition and member schools.