Forming a part of the larger University of Cincinnati, Clermont College is located on 90 acres in Batavia Township in Ohio. The regional campus serves residents of surrounding counties.
Clermont College opened in 1972. It today offers more than 50 associate degree and certificate programs, ranging from Accounting, to Forensics, to Pre-Law, to Interactive Multimedia. The most popular programs among students at Clermont are Business and Marketing, followed by Education, Liberal Arts, Security and Protective Services and Health. Students who receive degrees and certificates from Clermont may choose to later transfer to a four-year institution or enter into the workforce upon termination. Professional certificates are also available in a number of fields such as Writing and Marketing.
This North Central Association of Colleges and Schools-accredited institution provides its students with the tools necessary to succeed in its academic programs. Faculty and staff are readily available to speak with students in the three academic divisions of Clermont: Humanities & Social Sciences, Business, and Science, Math & Engineering. The Learning Center at Clermont provides tutoring and academic assistance to all Clermont students year-round free of cost. Students also have access to the school library, technology services, and college success program, all aimed at aiding them in their quest towards graduation.