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Daymar College
Established 1963
Type Private, 2 year
Location Owensboro, Kentucky, USA

Daymar College is a career training school based in Owensboro, Kentucky. Founded in 1963 and operated as Owensboro Business College until 2001, Daymar offers over 35 career tracks in 13 different academic programs. Daymar College is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS).



Daymar College first opened its doors as Owensboro Business College in 1963, with a primary focus on general business studies. In 2001, Owensboro Junior College of Business changed its name to Daymar College. The name change facilitated the opening of additional locations outside of Owensboro. The Louisville South campus was then opened to students in October of 2001, followed by the opening of the Louisville East campus in 2009.

In 1970, Daymar College obtained national accreditation from the Accrediting Commission of the Association of Independent Colleges and Schools, and is supported by additional accreditations from the state level.

In June of 1999, Daymar College outgrew its old building and moved into a free-standing, one-story structure built specifically for the growth of Daymar College students. Located on 6.4 acres of land at 3361 Buckland Square in the Heritage Park Development of Owensboro, Kentucky, the facility comprises approximately 17,000 square feet of space.

By 2000, Daymar College was chosen as a Microsoft® Authorized Academic Training Program (AATP) member, and became a Prometric Testing Center and a Microsoft Office Specialist test site.


The primary campus of Daymar College is located in Owensboro, Kentucky. In 2001 Daymar opened a branch campus in Louisville, Kentucky. Today, Daymar College also maintains campuses in:

Chillicothe, Ohio

Jackson, Ohio

Lancaster, Ohio

New Boston, Ohio

Paducah, Kentucky

Bellevue, Kentucky

Corporate affiliation

Daymar College campuses are overseen by their corporate parent entity Daymar Colleges Group. Daymar Colleges Group is a private, for-profit company owned by brothers Mark and Damien Gabis. The enterprise also owns Draughon's Junior Colleges in Kentucky and Tennessee, and other junior colleges in southeastern Ohio.

See also

Paducah Technical College

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