Baseball legend, World Series champion and CEO Alex Rodriguez shared stories of perseverance as he helped the Cuyahoga Community College Foundation raise funds for students during its Presidential Scholarship Luncheon.
The 2023 Year-End Report chronicles the significant strides made in President Michael Baston’s first year to celebrate Tri-C’s past and align resources to ensure an even brighter and more purposeful future.
In recognition of her commitment to student success, the Tri-C Foundation will honor President Emeritus Jerry Sue Thornton with the inaugural Presidential Legacy Award during this year's Presidential Scholarship Luncheon on Sept. 27.
The ninth annual Autumn Blaze 5K and 1-Mile Walk begins at 9 a.m. on Sept. 30 at Tri-C’s Western Campus in Parma. A new addition this year is the Autumn Blaze Festival from 9 a.m. to noon, with food and activities for the entire family
Tri-C will reopen the swimming pools at its campus recreation centers to students, faculty and staff members with valid ID cards and community members in the Community Membership Program.
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Sue Stabe had been aware of Tri-C’s 10KSB program, she didn’t realize how much it could benefit her company. After enrolling in the program, she discovered the importance of single-tasking.
Tri-C’s public safety leaders spoke about the importance of modernized training tools, including two state-of-the-art simulators, to prepare current and future law enforcement officers.
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