Whether you want to earn a degree, improve your skills, get certified, train for a new career, or explore a new hobby, you can choose from many programs and courses.
Explore your interests and find a program that puts you on the path to a bright future. Tri-C offers both credit and non-credit courses as well as certificate programs in most career fields.
More than 1,000 credit courses are offered each semester in more than 200 career and technical programs. Tri-C also grants short-term certificates, certificates of proficiency and post-degree professional certificates.
Tri-C's Workforce Training provides both non-credit and credit training for individuals and businesses to assist individuals with skills leading to employment. Tri-C's Corporate College provides professional development and corporate training opportunities.
Tri-C offers a variety of affordable and convenient community programs for both adults and youth. These programs are designed to promote individual development.
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Tri-C scholarships cover a wide variety of majors and demographics and are based on financial need, merit, employment status or other criteria.
Credit for Prior Learning is Degree credit awarded for demonstrated relevant college-level education acquired through nontraditional schooling, work or other life experience. This can save money on tuition and time toward certification or degree completion.
Tri-C offer multiple ways to assist students in paying off past due balances to the college.
Students may earn money through a work-study award as a part of their financial aid package.
The Pantry is an on-campus resource that provides students with perishable/not perishable food items to support their pursuit of success.
After students complete a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), Tri-C awards grants and work-study employment in the Student Financial Aid and Scholarships office.
Allows students to manage tuition payments in a way that works for their personal budget.
This program provides free assistance and connection to food assistance, housing assistance, child care, utility assistance and health care needs.
U-Pass, which is short for “Universal Pass,” allows Tri-C students to ride free of charge on all Greater Cleveland RTA buses and rapid trains during all academic semesters/sessions.
This program is to help students overcome unforeseen financial challenges that would affect their ability to persist in their studies.
Tri-C’s Student Laptop program allows eligible students to purchase a laptop at a special discount.
Students may be able to pay tuition and fees using funds from external resources such as employer or organizational affiliations.
Students can earn money or receive discounted tuition rates for achieving academic milestones.
Through its Veterans Initiative, we have customized our support services to serve those who have served so proudly. Whether you’re a discharged veteran, still serving on active duty, or a member of the Guard or Reserve, you and your family are welcomed at Tri-C and may eligible for financial benefits.
In an effort to reduce barriers for obtaining an education for student parents, we have partnered with Cuyahoga Job and Family Services, Invest in Children and Starting Point to link you with child care options, and early care and education resources and benefits in our community.