Cleveland oh Colleges
Cuyahoga Community College, or Tri-C as it is often called, serves the educational needs of Cleveland’s residents. It is recognized as the oldest and largest public community college in Ohio. More than 52, 000 students take advantage of Tri-C’s 140 career and technical programs, 1, 000 credit and 600 non-credit courses a year. Tri-C offers day, evening and weekend classes in addition to classes over the television, the Internet, and as independent study. Throughout the school’s numerous campuses, students have access to a variety of career training options. Tri-C hosts associate degree and certificate programs in fields like baking, industrial technology, international business and dental hygiene. Tri-C has an additional division called Corporate College, which delivers professional training and development courses to Ohio’s businesses, organizations and individuals.
Cleveland State University is Cleveland’s only public university. The school promotes a philosophy of engaged learning, which strategically ties into Cleveland’s larger commitment to improve the attainability of higher education in the city. Faculty at the institution seek to engage students in the classroom as well as in the community. CSU comprises over 200 programs, with 17, 000 students spread across eight campuses. CSU’s curriculum spans fields including business administration, education, human services and urban affairs. As the school gains increasing recognition, its incoming freshman classes have increased by over 20 percent.