Antonelli College

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Antonelli College
Established 1947
Type For-profit
Location Cincinnati, Ohio, United States

Antonelli College is a career training school with a main campus located in Cincinnati, Ohio. Founded in 1947 as the Gebhardt Art School, the college later switched its name to Ohio Visual Art Institute in the mid-1970s before finally settling with Antonelli College in 1982.


Antonelli College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC).


Antonelli College established itself as part of the visual arts community in Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1947 when the school opened its doors as the Gebhardt Art School with a focus on educating the total artist based on the fundamentals of craftsmanship. In the mid-1970s, the college was renamed the Ohio Visual Art Institute until 1982 when it became Antonelli College.

In the 1990s, degree programs were added in business office technology, and in January 2005, programs in the health information technology field as well as massage therapy were added. Branches in Jackson and Hattiesburg, Mississippi, were added in January 1996, and in 2009, the West Chester, Ohio, branch became the newest addition to the Antonelli College family. In 2008, an online option was also created for distance learners.

The founding campus located in Cincinnati, Ohio, is across the street from the Arnoff Center for the Arts in the heart of downtown. This has no relevance to the quality of education provided by this for profit institution.


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Business and Information Technology[edit]

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Coordinates: 39°06′16″N 84°30′39″W / 39.104373°N 84.51087°W / 39.104373; -84.51087