Based on community input, initial plans for the Urban Campus include a wide range of programs and services:
• New transfer programs to senior institutions. • Business, Information Technology, Graphic Arts. • Education, Early Childhood Development, Preservation Trades. • Criminal Justice, Human Services, Cosmetology. • Pre-engineering/Mechatronics, Energy Technology. • Pre-allied health, Pre-nursing, Certified Nurse Aide training. • Full range of adult education and student services. • Dual credit programs for urban school districts. • Specialized workforce training for urban businesses. • Work programs including cooperative education and internships offered to students and area businesses.• Technical programs leading to certificates, one-year diplomas and Associate of Science degrees• Library and information services provided through a combination of Gateway and Kenton County Public Library staff
Collaborative programs of a technical nature with area colleges are likely to be developed, and programs leading to a bachelor’s or master’s degree from senior institutions could be available.