The Goal Oriented Tuition Program provides an incentive to students in achieving their educational goals as quickly as possible. Basically, students will pay a flat rate if they register for between 12 and 15 credit hours. For those taking 15 credit hours, the tuition is actually less than fall semester 2014.
Terra State Community College sits on a beautiful 143-acre campus on Napoleon Road in Fremont, OH. In addition to a wide range of classrooms and laboratories, the campus houses a variety of services and facilities for student use.
The Terra State Community College course catalog can give you more details about the degree programs we offer. Download our course catalog today and find the degree program that’s right for you.
Terra State Community College's Kern Center for Workforce Development designs and delivers training programs and courses, certification and testing, and apprenticeship programs for individuals and organizations.
Terra State's Lifelong Learning Program provides personal enrichment for our community through a variety of programs and courses including Life Scholars (adults 50 and over), Community Education and KidsCollege.