MASSILLON, Ohio - These aren't the young men that some parents expected their daughters to meet at college.
The College of Wooster is offering a sociology class at a prison in Massillon for young adult criminals. The class includes regular College of Wooster students who ride vans for the 50-mile round-way trip to Massillon.
The class subject is criminal behavior.
Prisoners and College of Wooster students are prohibited from socializing in class or after.
The twice-weekly class is modeled on the program called "Inside-Out Prison Exchange" developed by Temple University in Philadelphia.