What services does Tri-C offer for career development?
The Tri-C Career Center provides free career development services including resume writing, career counseling, and online resources to help you find a job or an internship.
Where can I see Tri-C's calendar of events?
Visit the Tri-C News and Events page to view the wide assortment of programs and events offered year-round at Tri-C.
How do I obtain a copy of my diploma and/or transcript?
To request a replacement diploma, call the Enrollment Center at 216-987-6000 for more details. There is a fee to have a replacement diploma produced, and the process can take between 2 - 4 weeks.
Visit the transcript page for directions on how to order a transcript.
How can I notify the College of a recent accomplishment of mine?
Tri-C is always interested in hearing about the successes of its graduates! Use this form to share your news with the College.
How can I support Tri-C students?
Donations toward the Tri-C Foundation’s scholarship funds are greatly appreciated and tax-deductible as permitted by law. If you would like to support scholarships for Tri-C students, you may make your donation online or send a check, payable to the Tri-C Foundation, to 700 Carnegie Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44115.
The Alumni Scholarship Fund was established with the generous support of Cuyahoga Community College graduates who believe that Tri-C students make a difference in our community and are committed to student success. Recipients of this scholarship award have earned a minimum 3.0 GPA, and preference is given to children and spouses of Tri‐C graduates.
For more information about your donation, please call 216-987-4868 or email email@example.com.
What types of continuing education programs does Tri-C offer?
Many alumni return to the College for professional development and/or lifelong learning. Tri-C’s Corporate College, with locations in Westlake and Warrensville Heights, offers non-credit training courses focused on professional development that aim to meet employers' demands for a talented, qualified workforce.
Tri-C’s Center for Aging Initiatives offers a unique approach to lifelong learning with vibrant, stimulating, and thought-provoking classes for those 55+ years old. The learning possibilities are endless through Encore Campus, Pathways, Program 60, and Special Programs.
How can I teach and/or work at Tri-C?
You may view Tri-C job openings, post your resume, and apply for a position on our Career Opportunities page.
Tri-C does not provide preferential treatment to alumni who are interested in working for the College as faculty or staff. For more information, contact the Office of Human Resources at 216-987-4831 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.