This is an archived copy of the 2021-2022 catalog. To access the most recent version of the catalog, please visit http://catalog.tri-c.edu.

 

Ohio College Tech Prep

The Ohio College Tech Prep program is a seamless, non-duplicative, integrated pathway of education and experience that starts in middle school, continues through high school and post-secondary, and leads to success in a chosen technical career field. The curriculum reflects real-world technical careers in high demand today and prepares students to be college and career ready. The Tri-C Tech Prep program connects high school and college education to high-skill and high-demand technical employment. Students are enrolled in the Tech Prep program through their high school district.

Visit http://www.tri-c.edu/techprep or call 216-987-4987 or 216-987-5626 for more information.

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Transfer Program

HBCU Transfer Initiative is a partnership between Cuyahoga Community College, United Negro College Fund, and the Cleveland Council of Black Colleges Alumni Association. Students are urged to complete their associate's degree at Tri-C and move directly into their junior year at an Historically Black College or University. Students majoring in most areas can also earn credits through the project’s dual enrollment component and transferring credits is a seamless process.

A major advantage for students is saving thousands of dollars by beginning their coursework in high school or at Cuyahoga Community College. Call 216-987-3260 for more information.

Access Centers

Tri-C Access Centers will connect you — easily and conveniently — with the education and job training you need to build a better future. These programs can lead to a job with family-supporting wages or put you on a path to a college degree or workforce credential. The Centers offer a range of services designed to meet you wherever you are in your education or career.

Cuyahoga Community College is partnering with Esperanza Inc., MetroHealth Medical Center, and Olivet Housing and Community Development Corp. (an arm of Olivet Institutional Baptist Church) in partnership with Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority.

The purpose of the Access Centers is to support individuals and families on their path to success by providing affordable as well as no-cost community-based educational and workforce programming. 

Please visit https://www.tri-c.edu/community/access-centers for more information.