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Central State University and the City of Trotwood Partner to Provide Educational and Community Development Activities
Central State University will open a satellite office in Trotwood, OH. as part of a partnership with the city to provide educational and community development activities.
The partnership, through the University’s Extension Service, will include creating a center focused on community-based educational programming.
"With the City of Trotwood being 2/3rds rural as well as the number of alumni who reside in our community, it was only a natural fit that we partner with Central State University to bring agricultural programming to the City," Trotwood Mayor Mary A. McDonald said.