The Ohio Board of Regents has given provisional approval for a pilot program to establish the first college in southwest Ohio's Warren County. The two-year community college will start offering courses in August at the Warren County Career Center near Lebanon through three partner schools. Tuition and class schedules have not been established yet, but initial college courses will be offered through Miami University, Cincinnati State Technical and Community College and Sinclair Community College. They will include health care, culinary arts, business information management, civil engineering technology, law enforcement, computer graphics and aviation maintenance. Officials have not determined where a permanent campus would be built.