Founded in 1971, the Eastern Campus has a rich tradition of serving students who want to complete their first two years of College in a high quality educational environment, as well as those desiring a direct-to-job educational experience leading to a family-sustaining wage.
The Eastern Campus features the Associate of Arts and Associate of Science for students wishing to transfer to a four-year institution. The Campus has several strong articulations with more than 40 four-year partners, including on-site bachelor's degree classes with Hiram College.
For direct-to-job interests, the Eastern Campus offers a dozen programs with a focus on sustainability and personal health:
|Environmental Health and Safety Technology||Nursing|
|Emergency Medical Technology||Optical Technology|
|Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts||Pharmacy Technology|
|Massage Therapy||Sport and Exercise Studies|
The campus, located off I-271 in Highland Hills, encompasses four buildings with state-of-the-art classrooms and laboratories. The Campus provides students with a support system that includes Enrollment, Financial Aid, Counseling, Career Center, Student Success Center, Learning Commons (library and technology support), Tutoring, Writing Center and the Alfred Lerner Veterans Center.
The Eastern Campus is also home to the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Humanities Center, which provides high performing student a collaborative, problem-based learning environment with a focus on leadership development and community engagement.
Additionally, the campus features multiple venues for events, such as the 600-seat Simon and Rose Mandel Theatre, Gallery East art gallery and Cafe' 4250, a student-run restaurant. Students and community members can enjoy a healthy lifestyle with a gymnasium, indoor and outdoor tracks, natatorium, dance studio, fitness center and massage therapy student clinic.