How to Register for Classes
- For open enrollment courses (individuals) - please see the information below.
New and Returning Students:
You may register in person at any Tri-C Enrollment Center using a check, money order or cash. Credit cards are not accepted at the registration window.
See the Enrollment Center webpage for locations and hours of operation.
Call 216-987-6000 (Option 1)
- To register online select the program you're interested in and click on the course to register and pay. View the online course registration FAQs for questions or view a video below.
- Confirmation cards will be mailed one week prior to start date of class. A separate confirmation will be sent for each course for which you are registered.
- Program 60 does not apply for courses held at Corporate College West or East, and selected courses at other sites. Please call 216-987-3075 for more information.
- To avoid receiving an unsatisfactory grade, withdraw from any course that you do not plan to complete.
Continuing Education Units
- One "Continuing Education Unit" (CEU) is ten contact hours of participation in an organized continuing education experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction, and qualified instruction. CEUs are awarded upon completion of demonstrated participation in an organized continuing education experience and are based on a minimum of 90% attendance and/or a competency evaluation. A student will earn all or none of the CEUs awarded.
- Protected, lighted parking is provided at all Cuyahoga Community College campuses.
- Please note: Student Parking is available on campus in designated student parking lots. All faculty/staff vehicles on campus must have a displayed "hangtag" permit to park in designated faculty/staff parking areas.
- Each student assumes the personal risks and liabilities attendant on any course requirements and undertakes such courses acknowledging this. The student releases and holds harmless Cuyahoga Community College, its trustees, faculty, and administration for any injury sustained through his or her actions or the actions of other students.
- In the event of an emergency closing of the college, listen to local radio and television stations for official closings of campus and off-campus facilities. Information will also be posted on the home page of the Cuyahoga Community College website - www.tri-c.edu
- All owned or leased buildings of Cuyahoga Community College are smoke-free and tobacco-free. Smoking is not permitted at the building entrances.