Rhodes State College 3D Perspective Campus Map

Rhodes State College

Lima Technical College was officially chartered in 1971 as a state, public assisted associate degree granting institution of higher education. Effective June 24, 2002, the College formally changed its name to James A. Rhodes State College, in honor of the former Ohio Governor who spearheaded the state’s two-year college system. With an annual enrollment of approximately 3,000 students, Rhodes State College has become West Central Ohio’s largest two-year college. The campus shares its facilities with The Ohio State University at Lima.

Rhodes State College was essentially "inherited" as a client, after staff at The Ohio State University at Lima hired our firm to design a new 3D perspective campus map of the joint campus in our "raster" style on October 31, 2006. Finished artwork was delivered in February 2007.

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