Cuyahoga Community College, more commonly known as Tri-C, was established in Cuyahoga County, Ohio in 1962. With major campuses in Highland Hills, downtown Cleveland, and Parma, Tri-C provides education for much of Northeast Ohio. The school also includes two Corporate College instruction centers in Warrensville Heights and Westlake.
Cuyahoga Community College, which is both the largest and the oldest community college in the state, continues to grow year after year. As of 2010, the student body included more than 31,000 students. Tri-C offers associate degrees and professional certificates in various fields of study, including visual arts, business, communications, education, engineering technologies, and nursing. The college offers a large selection of career-oriented health and clinical services programs.
For those seeking associate degrees, Tri-C offers more than 1,000 classes in a variety of settings, from a regular classroom environment to differing modes of distance education. Among these is Cable College, one of Cuyahoga Community College’s flagship endeavors. Cable College, established in the early 1990s, uses cable channels in the Cleveland area to offer distance learning that is both live and interactive, yet can be accessed from the convenience of and television with access to local cable stations.
An advocate of educational progression, Tri-C has transfer agreements with universities and schools offering four-year bachelor’s degrees and graduate degrees, further aiding its students to further their education.
Cuyahoga Community College is fully accredited by North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. The college has received high acclaim from the American Association of Community Colleges.
2900 Community College Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44115-2878
Fax: (216) 696-2567
Contact: Rena Mason
Director of Admissions
2900 Community College Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44115
Total undergrads: 23,744
First-time degree-seeking freshmen: 2,126
Degree-seeking undergrads: 10,339
College has an application fee: No
Special requirements for some health technology programs (SAT or ACT required).
Agriculture & Related Sciences
Horticultural Services A
Arts, Visual & Performing
Commercial/Advertising Art A
Business, Management, & Marketing
Communications Technologies – General A
Computer & Information Sciences
Computer/Information Sciences – General A
Early Childhood Education A
Architectural Engineering Technology A
Family & Consumer Sciences
Child Care Management A
Foreign Language & Literature
Sign Language Interpretation A
Health Professions & Clinical Sciences
Clinical/Medical Laboratory Technology A
Law & Legal Studies
Court Reporting A
Liberal Arts & Sciences
Liberal Arts & Sciences A
Mechanic & Repair Technologies
Automotive Technology A
Personal & Culinary Services
Culinary Arts/Related Services A
Security & Protective Services
Degrees, certificates and diplomas for each major are designated by the following letters:|
B = Bachelor’s degree
C = Certificate or diploma
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