Cincinnati State at Miami University Middletown
Celebrating 10 years as Butler County’s designated community college by the State of Ohio, Cincinnati State has provided higher education for residents and well-trained co-op students and graduates for large and small businesses.
Cincinnati State and Miami Regionals are both open-access colleges. With this shared location, we are able to offer students affordable educational pathways that can take them from certificates to associate degrees to bachelor’s degrees, all at the same location!
The Middletown location is leasing about 1,500 square feet of office space from Miami University Middletown, with shared access to classrooms as needed. Students will have full use of the library, cafeteria, recreation center, and other amenities on the campus that will enhance their student experience.
Middletown Application Process
Don’t know what to major in?
Consider participating in one of our Moving Beyond Undecided Sessions, many offered virtually. Our Career Center staff will help you with career exploration and major/program selection. They can also help you understand career options within a major/program and the skills needed to be employable.
Register for a Moving Beyond Undecided Session
There is no fee when you submit your application. A $15 non-refundable admission fee will be charged to your first semester’s tuition statement.
Please note that admission to the College does not admit you to all health care programs. Many programs in the Health and Public Safety division have special admission requirements and a separate application process.
Contact your high school and ask them to send an official copy of your transcript to the Cincinnati State Office of Admissions. If you have a GED, use the link to request your scores be sent to Cincinnati State.
If you earned college credit or completed College Credit Plus or Dual Credit coursework through another college or university (not Cincinnati State), request an official transcript from each college/university you attended.
Most high schools and colleges have an online transcript request process. Search for “transcripts” and you will probably be directed to login to your student portal or referred to the HS Guidance or college’s Registrar’s Office.
Cincinnati State must receive your official transcript directly from each institution. Transcripts may be sent directly from the school to:
ATTN: Cincinnati State, JHN 112
4200 N. University Blvd.
Middletown, OH 45042
We also accept high school transcripts if sent directly from a school official via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or fax (513-569-1562).
Home schooled students should also submit a notarized letter from the parent detailing the duration and the content of the student’s home-school experience.
We encourage you to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be considered for financial assistance. Apply early for your best chance to receive state aid.
The staff at Cincinnati State Middletown are happy to help you check your Financial Aid status and offer assistance with using Self-Service.
Explore MyCState & Self-Service
Applicants to Cincinnati State can view the status of your application and financial aid, as well as CState email, through your MyCState student portal, Self-Service.
Please allow two weeks for Admissions to process all documents and send you a letter of admission to the College. Once admitted, you will receive next steps and instructions for orientation, academic advising, and registering for classes.
Please note that admission to the College does not admit you to all health care programs. Many programs in the Health and Public Safety division have special admission requirements. Please discuss these selective admission requirements with your Academic Pathway Advisor.