University Of Cincinnati Raymond Walters College

University Of Cincinnati Raymond Walters College

Raymond Walters College is also referred to as RWC. The campus is located in the beautiful region of Blue Ash, Ohio. The college offers more than 60 associates degree and certificate programs in diverse areas of study and is organized into various academic departments. RWC offers several publications including "The Activist," the student-run newspaper of the college.

Frank L. Mink, the nationally-known environmental toxicologist; Ronald D. Brown, the President and CEO of Cincinnati Milacron; and Mary Anne Christie, the first woman mayor of Madeira, are some of the well-known alumni of the school.

RWC offers several scholarship programs including the Charles & Claire Phillips Scholarship, Cincinnati Financial Corporation Scholarship, Ella Wilson Johnson Scholarship, Jeffrey Steven Schneider Scholarship and many more.

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