Hocking Woods Nature Center

3301 Hocking Parkway
740-753-6326

Beneficial as a tourist attraction as well as a learning environment for Hocking College students, the Hocking Woods Nature Center features an interpretive building, wildlife habitats, ponds, walkways, feed stations and seasonal programming for the public, groups of school children and scout troops. Students in the college's Natural and Historical Interpretation program use the Center to design activities, learn about the eco-system and provide care for injured birds in the Raptor Rehab Center.


Reviews

TYLER BALL

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Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017

first of all, this place smells like yodas harry belly button. And it looks like god just busted a trash nut on this place. the professors dont even teach. all they do is cartwheel down the hallway screaming "lil pump yuh" and "gucci gang". i highly recommend it. 5 stars!

Roger Robinson

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Wednesday, Sep. 27, 2017

The bad outweighs the good here i should have stayed at columbus state dont come here they dont have good teachers except for ur program

Valerie Dixon

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Sunday, Sep. 11, 2016

I love Hocking College! It is my first year here. I have attended a 4 year school prior to this one. I must say, the classrooms here are much smaller. The instructors are nicer, and the workload is much easier. I feel at home here and I'm looking forward to obtaining my degree. The learning has a "hands on" feel. The buildings are close together so you never have far to go. The campus is beautiful and the buildings are kept clean. Even the bathrooms are nice! I reccomend Hocking College to anyone who feels overwhelmed attending a 4 year school. Also, Hocking has a great transfer module program, where you can transfer to a 4 year college after obtaining your associates degree. I'm glad to be here.

Nick E

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Monday, April 24, 2017

Run by greedy sociopaths who went out of their way to create a safe space for rapists. 1 star is far too generous for them.

Nate Beail-Farkas

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Tuesday, Sep. 27, 2016

This college is awful. I went to the "Advanced Energy Institute"... what a joke. It was devoted to renewable energy, they got solar installed on the building & it didn't work for several years. The "solar instructors" couldn't figure it out. I learned more at a two week course than in the year I attended this "college". That energy institute is now funded by the natural gas industry... these should be viewed as symbols of how bad this place is. I could give dozens of examples of their corruption & ineptitude, but I won't. I now call it "the Stuebenville Rapist School".