State Representative Mark Romanchuk (R-Ontario) has announced that the State Controlling Board recently approved the release of $294,585 to complete the Recruiter software and hosting project at North Central State College in Mansfield.

According to documents from the Office of Budget and Management, the funding will be used to purchase Recruiter software and application hosting, as well as management services.

“Technology is becoming more and more important in regard to 21st century education,” Representative Romanchuk said. “This funding will be helpful as NCSC moves forward in preparing Ohio’s future workforce.”

The IT expansion at North Central State College mirrors the expansion of IT across higher education. With NCSC’s increasing web presence, online courses and online registration, the college’s network demands and demands placed on equipment and wiring have increased dramatically over the past decade.

The state funding will allow NCSC to ensure that faculty, staff and students always have access to the latest software and that systems are kept up to date.


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