AU awarded $1.7 million from state to assist three rising applications
ASHLAND – The State of Ohio has awarded Ashland College roughly $1.7 million for upgrades to a few of its applications — the Heart for Addictions, Correctional Training, Navy & Veteran Providers — as a part of the biennium finances handed by the Common Meeting and signed into regulation by Gov. Mike DeWine this month.
“Congratulations to Ashland College for (its) success in receiving funding for these excellent educational applications,” said State Sen. Mark Romanchuk (R-District 22). “We all know that every one three of those will serve our regional neighborhood, and profit college students.
“I’m grateful to have had a job on this necessary course of. We additionally thank the governor and lieutenant governor for his or her ongoing assist of training in Ohio.”
An appropriation of $700,000 will go to assist broaden AU’s Correctional Training program, which is the longest regularly working post-secondary correctional training program within the U.S.
“I’m honored to have performed a job in securing this funding from the State of Ohio for Ashland College,” added State Rep. Melanie Miller (R-Ashland). “The college continues to supply distinctive academic alternatives for college students of all backgrounds from all throughout Ohio, and even the world, and this funding will assist the college administration and school meet the ever-changing wants of our employers and their workforce.”
The funding will assist its transition and alumni companies, a Previously Incarcerated Individuals (FIP) initiative that can set up a pathway to increased training attainment via distance training, knowledge analysis and reporting and the enlargement of a reentry summit.
The latter is an annual convention held on the AU campus that brings collectively neighborhood and authorities leaders to debate finest practices of correctional training and reentry initiatives.
AU’s Heart for Addictions, which supplies training for these getting ready for a profession within the quickly rising discipline of addictions therapy, will obtain $500,000 from the state.
Ashland plans to launch an extra specialty space to its present grasp’s diploma in medical psychological well being counseling and can make the most of the funding for coaching of college, enlargement of constant academic alternatives for present professionals and advertising and marketing and recruitment of future medical counselors.
One other $500,000 will go towards AU’s Navy & Veteran Providers program.
Designated a Collegiate Purple Star campus for its dedication to military-connected college students, Ashland counts almost 400 veteran and military-affiliated college students amongst its pupil physique.
Now, it’ll assist them additional with funding for expanded programming, individualized recruitment and staffing and statewide advertising and marketing and promotion.