Northwest State Community College

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Northwest State Community College
Northwest State Community College logo.png
President Dr. Thomas Stuckey
Location Ridgeville Township, Henry County, Ohio, USA[1]
Coordinates: 41°27′02″N 84°17′53″W / 41.450662°N 84.298089°W / 41.450662; -84.298089

Northwest State Community College is a two-year public college near Archbold, Ohio, United States. It is accredited through the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Its current president is Dr. Thomas Stuckey.


  • School of Visual and Performing Arts:
Design/Visual Communications, Music - General
  • Education:
Education - General
  • Engineering*
Automation & Controls, Mechanical Engineering Tech, CAD/CAM, Plastics Engineering Tech, Industrial Mgmt, Quality Control, HVAC-R Certification, PLC Certification, Industrial Electric, Mechatronics, Millwright, CNC Programming, Machining
  • Business, Management, & Marketing:
Accounting, Administrative/Secretarial Services, Business - General, Business Administration/Management, Finance/Banking, Information Processing/Data Entry, Marketing Management, Office Clerical Services, Real Estate
  • Computer Science:
Computer Programming - General, Data Processing Technology, Networking/LAN/WAN Management, Website Management, Computer Aided Design
  • Public Administration and Service:
Social Work, Human Resources, Paralegal, Office Administration
  • Security and Protective Services:
Corrections, Criminal Justice Studies, Law Enforcement Administration, Police Science, Computer Crimes Investigation
  • Health and Clinical Sciences:
Medical Administrative Assistance, Nursing (RN), Nursing - Practical, Medical Support, EMT Certification, Child & Family Specialist, Medical Assisting
  • Other*
Historic Preservation, CDL Training/Truck Transport, Forklift Operator

Student organizations[edit]

A nationally recognized 2yr fraternity. (membership fee and 3.5 GPA required)
  • Student Body Organization:
Students organizing and promoting on-campus events.


  1. ^ DeLorme. Ohio Atlas & Gazetteer. 7th ed. Yarmouth: DeLorme, 2004, 35. ISBN 0-89933-281-1.

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