The Pleasant Valley entrance to Tri-C’s Western Campus will be CLOSED due to road construction from now until August. Drivers can enter via the York Road entrance. During the closure, RTA will enter and exit the campus via Letterman Road from York Road. All pickup and layover points on campus will remain the same.
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. The campus has oversight of the Brunswick University Center and serves southern Cuyahoga and Medina County residents.
The Western Campus offers a rich mix of direct-to-job and transfer programs. Campus programming includes numerous health career programs, most notably a joint Physician's Assistant master's program with Cleveland State University. Students also benefit from industry-standard laboratories and learning environments such as the Advanced Automotive Technology Center and the Visual Communication center.
For students who cannot attend daytime classes, the Western Campus offers an Evening/Weekend Associate Degree.
Most recently, the Campus opened a regional Public Safety facility featuring both credit and non-credit classes and training for first responders.
Each year more than 12,000 credit and non-credit students take courses at the Western Campus.