Cincinnati Mortuary Science is a private college located in Finneytown, Ohio in the Cincinnati Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 85 undergraduate students. The only major offered is Funeral Service and Mortuary Science. Graduating 33% of students, Cincinnati Mortuary Science alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $37,000.
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CCMS has a rich history as the oldest mortuary school in the country. It strives to better the education of future funeral professionals as well as current ones with free continued education courses to past students. Although I often find myself frustrated with the intensity and speed of the courses, I have to be thankful because of all I have learned. Some things might not be practical in the real world, but having an ideal view to strive for is important for all professions. The staff are the most approachable and helpful I have come across in my almost 10 years of college education. That combined with their practical experience and connections within the industry makes it worth attending. Currently there are plans to build an onsite crematory for educational purposes, as well. The willingness to adapt to the changes in society as well as its long history of excellence are what make CCMS the best mortuary school in the United States.
I thought the campus was extremely clean. you would have to travel alittle for the party life. When I first had questions. I had the chance to speak to the administrative office who then transferred me to another department. I was talked to with respect and the staff was extremely friendly
Alumna and successful service profession for 18 years now. Best decision I ever made was to pursue my dream and select CCMS as my funeral service educator. Regionally accredited as well which allowed me to pursue a Master's degree using the credits earned with CCMS.