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Hot Shot: Quintin Dove Scorches Nets to Claim Weekly Conference Award

Quintin DoveWinning seems to be contagious for the men’s basketball team at Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®). Sophomore forward Quintin Dove earned Division II Player of the Week honors from the Ohio Community College Athletic... Read More

Tri-C Scheduled for Regular Accreditation Review

Tri-C Scheduled for Regular Accreditation ReviewCuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) is seeking public comments about the College as part of the institution’s regular reaffirmation of accreditation by the Higher Learning Commission. The Commission conducts... Read More

Tri-C Dance Production Tells Story of Nativity

‘The Coming of the King’ scheduled for Dec. 16-17 at Eastern CampusCuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) will continue a holiday tradition with December performances of The Coming of the King in the Simon and Rose Mandel Theatre at the College’s Eastern Campus. The production tells the story of... Read More

Serving Those Who Served: Tri-C Recognized as a Military Friendly School

Serving Those Who Served: Tri-C Recognized as a Military Friendly SchoolCuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) has earned its ninth consecutive Military Friendly® School designation in recognition of its commitment to serving veterans and active military students, as well as their families. Tri-C... Read More

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Seth Gardner, Michael Jastrzebski use the "buddy system" all the way to graduation

Seth Gardner (left) and Michael JastrzebskiIt's graduation time once again — throughout December, Tri-C Trending will highlight selected graduates from the Cuyahoga Community College fall class of 2017. Congratulations to all our upcoming grads!Friends who study together graduate... Read More

Tri-C students receive national attention for 3D printing project

3D drawing of a 3D printing machineThe Plain Dealer's feature on Cuyahoga Community College students who created 3D printed devices to assist disabled veterans is now a national story. Over the weekend, The Associated Press distributed the story, and it subsequently ran in more... Read More

Tri-C students design 3D-printed devices to aid disabled vets

Tri-C student Mark Lettieri demonstrates his "fisherman's gauntlet" -- a device designed to allow a person with limited arm mobility to fish -- during a presentation at the Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center.With the aid of additive manufacturing, Cuyahoga Community College students are designing new ways to assist disabled veterans at the Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center.Many of the patients at the center have lost total or partial use of one... Read More

Wolfgang Keich celebrates 50 years as a Tri-C dental hygiene patient

Wolfgang KeichWhen Wolfgang Keich immigrated to America in 1965, he brought with him a desire to advance his education, build up his English vocabulary and start a new life in his new hometown of Cleveland.But the native of Berlin, Germany brought something... Read More

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