Southern State Community College

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In 1975, Southern State General and Technical College opened in Sardinia, Ohio. Two years later the institution became known as Southern State Community College and began to offer two-year Associates degrees. During the 1980s and the 1990s, Southern State Community College experienced tremendous growth and began to offer classes at four different campuses, including ones located in Hillsboro, Ohio, Washington Court House, Ohio, Wilmington, Ohio, and Sardinia, Ohio. In 2004, nearly 2,400 students attended Southern State Community College.

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