Listed below are links and informational material for individual companies or agencies that sponsor students at Cuyahoga Community College.
Third Party Authorization Form
Cuyahoga Community College, Student Accounting – Education Record Release Form
Cuyahoga County Tuition and Fee Schedule
Cuyahoga Community College – Supplemental Fees
Enrollment Center locations and hours
Barnes & Noble Booksellers manages Cuyahoga Community College’s bookstores. Please send your book authorizations directly to one of the following Barnes & Noble’s campus bookstores.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Barnes & Noble’s campus bookstores.
4250 Richmond Road
Highland Hills, OH 44122
Phone: 216 -987-2070
2900 Community College Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44115
11000 Pleasant Valley Road
Parma, OH 44130
31001 Clemens Road
Westlake, OH 44145
Sponsored Student’s Responsibilities
Register for classes - In person at the Enrollment Center or online through your my Tri-C Space at my.tri-c.edu. Find the Registration tab and Course Search button, then search for your classes and register.
Payment for classes - Payment for tuition and fees will be done automatically by the College if the sponsor has mailed, emailed, faxed or hand delivered an authorization for the student prior to registration authorizing all tuition and fees.
Book Authorization – Barnes & Noble Booksellers will be billing your agency/company directly. Therefore, please have your book authorization mailed, emailed, faxed or hand delivered to our Barnes & Noble’s campus bookstore.
Students who are hand carrying their authorization or owe a balance should go to the Campus Enrollment Center to settle their account. The Campus Enrollment Center will collect the authorization and any amount due. Also, payment can be made online in your my Tri-C Space. Find the Paying For College tab to view your balance, then click Pay Online.
Adding classes - In person at the Enrollment Center or online through your my Tri-C Space. Find the Registration tab and Register (Add/Drop Courses) button, Register, choose the Term, then search for your classes and register. If you are adding classes which are not covered by your authorization, please pay this amount prior to the payment deadline or at the time of registration.
Dropping classes - Please note that this is the student’s responsibility. Dropping a course can be done in person at the Enrollment Center or online in your my Tri-C Space. Find the Registration tab and Register (Add/Drop Courses) button, Register, choose the Term, then find your course and select “Web Drop Class” and submit.
If charges exceed the authorized amount, the student is responsible to pay the additional amount or obtain additional authorization (supplemental or corrected authorization). Failure to pay balance owed will result in the student being dropped from all classes.
Notify the sponsor of any additional aid (State Grants, Federal Grants, Loans, Institutional Grants or Award and Institutional Fee Waivers) received and/or may receive. The sponsor will indicate on the authorization if the additional aid has priority in paying for tuition and fees.
FERPA Consent The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974 release is now available in electronic format only.
The student must 1st log into their my Tri-C Space, and then complete the following steps:
- Find the "Student" tab.
- Scroll down to the "Academic Records" section on the right.
- Click the "FERPA Request" link. This will take the student to the electronic consent form.
- Fill in the required fields for each party the student wishes to authorize Tri-C to release information to.
- Click "Submit" and your authorization list will be updated.
Individual companies/agencies should review the links above and complete this form to sponsor students.