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  2. Associate Degree & Certificate Programs - Workforce Training - Personal Enrichment Classes - Corporate Training. Explore your interests and find a program that puts you on the path to a bright future. Tri-C offers more than 1,000 courses in over 200 career and technical program areas. Apply Today Get started.

  3. About Tri-C - Cuyahoga Community College

    Hear from Tri-C’s president, business and community leaders and a distinguished alum. Cuyahoga Community College - Why Tri-C? Watch on. 216-987-6000. Learn the history behind Tri-C, Ohio's first, oldest and largest public community college, serving the Cleveland area since 1963.

  4. Programs at Tri-C - Cuyahoga Community College

    Tri-C offers both credit and noncredit courses as well as certificate programs in most career fields. Degree Programs & Certificates More than 1,000 credit courses are offered each semester in more than 200 career and technical programs.

  5. My Tri-C Space - Cuyahoga Community College

    my Tri-C space. Every student, faculty and staff member has access to my Tri-C space, which is the College's portal for information. It gives you 24x7 access to general information, news and events, and campus services. The information that appears in the portal is based on your role (s) at the College (student, faculty, or staff).

  6. Tri-C Western Campus in Parma: Cleveland, Ohio

    Located in Parma, Ohio, Tri-C's Western Campus opened in 1966 in the former Crile Veterans Hospital. One of four traditional campuses of Cuyahoga Community College, the campus' original facilities were replaced in 1975 with a six-building interconnected complex centered around a three-story glass-roofed galleria.

  7. 4250 Richmond Road. Highland Hills, OH 44122. 216-987-6000. Metropolitan Campus. 2900 Community College Avenue. Cleveland, OH 44115. 216-987-6000. Western Campus. 11000 Pleasant Valley Road.

  8. Cuyahoga Community College - Wikipedia

    Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) is a public community college in Cuyahoga County, Ohio. Founded in 1963, it is the oldest and largest public community college within the state. Not until 1961 had Ohio permitted the establishment of community colleges and Ohio was then one of only four U.S. states without them.