Stark State College News
Browse past news stories for Stark State College in North Canton, OH.
- Stark State College Teen of the Month: Zach Buckler, Jackson High School
School activities: Band president, centurion, symphony band member, Top Steel Drum Band members and squad leader, speech and debate rhetoric captain and state qualifier, ...
- Ohio's higher education leader embraces Stark's private colleges
his Chief of Staff Jim Bennett and Communications Director Jeff Robinson visited Walsh University and Stark State College on ...
- Akron council signs off on new Stark State College campus - Akron Beacon Journal
Akron City Council signed off Monday on an agreement to bring Stark State College to the community. The lease-to-purchase deal, which had been announced last month, ...
- Stark State College is Building New Campus in Downtown Akron - ideastream
The idea is to attract commuter students from throughout Summit to the county's first community college. Stark State President Dr. Para Jones says they will continue ...
- Stark State College has found its new Akron home, and will reveal site next week - Akron Beacon Journal
But the college said Friday that it won't reveal the site until next week. â€œWe are very excited a ...
- Stark State College says it needs $9 million to open Akron campus - Akron Beacon Journal
Stark State College President Para Jones says the school needs a minimum of $9 million to open a new campus in Akron. The Jackson Township-based school already has ...
- Stark State College looks to open campus in Akron - Akron Beacon Journal
Stark State College is looking to open a satellite campus at a yet-to-be-determined site in Akron as early as this fall. The Jackson Township-based sch ...
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