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ALL FALL 2020 WC CINCINNATI COURSES ARE ONLINE SYNCHRONOUS OR ONLINE. (VIEW THE FALL SCHEDULE)
The Wilmington College Cincinnati office is only open virtually at this time, not physically. All branch faculty and staff are working remotely. On Monday, August 31, Cincinnati State discovered a major water line break in the Main Building of its Clifton campus. Our office and classrooms are located in the Main Building. While our physical space did not experience water damage, access to the buildings is restricted and services such as water and electricity have been shut down as well. We are hoping to return to our office soon, but that doesn’t stop us from being available via phone or email! Please contact us at 513.569.4580 or 513.569.1806. You can also email us at email@example.com.
With over 30 years of serving adult and non-traditional students in Cincinnati, the Wilmington College Cincinnati faculty and staff members know what these learners want. It begins with listening to you and asking what you want to accomplish. We know that your education is one priority among many competing priorities. Here’s what we offer you:
Reach out to us at 513.569.1806 and get introduced to Wilmington College Cincinnati, where adult students are valued and prioritized. Be part of more than 2100 Wilmington College Cincinnati graduates!
We make the process simple for you so that you can focus on finishing your degree, not on the process.
Wilmington College Cincinnati
3520 Central Parkway
181 Main Building
Cincinnati, OH 45223-2690
Free Guest Parking Available
In a special agreement, Wilmington College Cincinnati’s administrative suite and classrooms are housed on the Clifton campus of Cincinnati State Technical and Community College. However, Wilmington College Cincinnati and Cincinnati State operate as independent educational entities.
Connect with us for admission and advisement, classes begin soon!
PHONE: 513.569.1806 or 513.569.4580
Monday through Thursday, 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Fridays, 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
CHANGING CINCINNATI ONE YOUNG LIFE AT A TIME
Ming Toy Cardwell ’08 credits Cincinnati Branch for genesis of business plan
Ming Toy Cardwell shared the story of when she and her husband entered a Cincinnati restaurant accompanying 15 boys and young men eager to celebrate a birthday. An employee asked, “Who are you, a basketball team?”
There are many reasons that I’m grateful for Wilmington College. One of the biggest reasons is that the college provided me with the confidence and the drive to set the sky as my limit. Deep inside I knew that I had the potential to become an impactful personality on society. What I didn’t realize is that maximizing this potential could not be achieved alone.