Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) will host an open house for its English as a Second Language (ESL) program from 5-7 p.m. Wednesday, July 27, at Corporate College® West.
The ESL program serves students whose first language is... Read More
CLEVELAND — Award-winning students from the Youth Technology Academy at Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) designed and built a specialized robot for use by the Cleveland Police Department Bomb Squad.
The all-terrain... Read More
Ted Koppel, a journalist who has embodied the term “eyewitness to history” over a more than 50-year career, will be the keynote speaker at the Cuyahoga Community College Foundation’s 2016 Presidential Scholarship... Read More
The Cuyahoga Community College Foundation Board of Directors awarded its 2016 Heath Oliver Distinguished Director Award to Tracy Oliver in recognition of her exemplary service to the College and its students for more than a decade.
Oliver,... Read More
From Fox 8 News . . .
CLEVELAND - When the Republican National Convention gets underway, police in Cleveland will have a brand new tool available to use.
That tool is a robot created and built by students at... Read More
This May, Nicole Kobak will receive two degrees - an Associate of Arts degree and an Associate of Science degree. Her goal is to continue her educational path and earn a Masters Degree in Medical Science and pursue a Physician Assistant role in... Read More
Starting college sometimes takes encouragement, motivation and maybe some inspiration. For Shelton Tufts, it came from his wife.
Diane Tufts is a graduate of Cuyahoga Community College, and she knew that her husband would enjoy a religious... Read More
Ashley Hughes graduated from North Olmsted High School in 2014 and started at Tri-C’s Westshore Campus that fall with one goal in mind –get it done.
“I chose Tri-C because I heard good things about it from my... Read More