The Northwest Ohio Workforce Development and Advanced Manufacturing (WDAM) Training Center, located in Toledo, Ohio is a multi-million dollar project spearheaded by Terra State Community College, University of Toledo and Northwest State Community College. The state-of-the-art training facility features five advanced manufacturing laboratories with the ability to simulate manufacturing and industrial work spaces, including flexible classrooms and conference rooms that provide collaborative learning and training venues. The newly renovated facility is scheduled to be open and operational for the Spring 2016 semester.
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.
The Ronald L. Neeley Conference and Hospitality Center at Terra State is the perfect venue to host your event. From meetings to weddings, The Neeley Center staff excels at providing comprehensive event planning and customized catering for groups up to 250 guests.
Terra State's Kern Center for Business and Industry Training designs and delivers customized training for companies, offers public workshops in health care, industrial maintenance and computers, and is an approved provider of computer and industrial certifications.
For information on the Adult Diploma Program, go to AdultDiploma.org.
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.