Cuyahoga Community College

841 reviews
  1. Cleveland, OH
  2. 2 Year
C+
Overall Niche Grade
  1. Professors
    C+
  2. Value
    C
  3. Diversity
    B
  4. Safety
    B-
  5. Student Experience
    B-
  6. Location
    B
Cuyahoga Community College is ...
Public
Athletic Division
NJCAA Division II
Athletic Conference
Data not available
Address
700 Carnegie Ave
Cleveland, OH 44115
Website

Admissions

Acceptance Rate
100%
SAT Range
Data not available
ACT Range
Data not available
Application Fee
$0
SAT/ACT
Data not available
High School GPA
Data not available
Application Website
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Cost

Net Price
$5,372/ year
National
$15,431

Average cost after financial aid for students receiving grant or scholarship aid, as reported by the college.

Net Price by Household Income
  • <$30k
    $5,393/ year
  • $30-48k
    $5,961/ year
  • $49-75k
    $8,199/ year
  • $76-110k
    $9,815/ year
  • $110k+
    $9,097/ year

Academics

Professors
C+
Based on faculty accomplishments, salary, student reviews, and additional factors.
Student Faculty Ratio
21:1
Evening Degree Programs
Yes
80%
of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.118 responses
63%
of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.104 responses
78%
of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.103 responses

Majors

Students

Full-Time Enrollment
9,073Undergrads
Undergrads Over 25
34%
Pell Grant
70%
Varsity Athletes
1%
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After Cuyahoga Community College

Median Earnings 6 Years After Graduation
$27,600/ year
National
$33,028
Graduation Rate
6%
National
47%
Employed 2 Years After Graduation
79%
National
83%

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Cuyahoga Community College Reviews

841 reviews
  • Excellent
    187
  • Very Good
    275
  • Average
    324
  • Poor
    43
  • Terrible
    12
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I love the diverse community that make up the student body on campus! There are so many people from different towns, states, and even countries! On top of this, each person sports a myriad of interests, classes, and work experience. Students are very ambitious at this campus, which allows you to surround yourself with people who strive to be the very best at whatever they apply themselves to. Ultimately this pushes you to challenge what you know, defend what you believe in, and in the end, make you a better person. What I'd like to see change is the limited time students have to do academics on campus because tutoring labs, and testing centers always have weird hours.
Tri-C.edu offers online learning opportunities for the adult student who works full-time and unable to attend in-person classes to earn a certificate or degree. I would choose Tri-C again because they offer many academic programs online to earn a degree or vocational career or a second career opportunity. Currently, I'm learning about court reporting in my own home using a computer. Tri-C program offers the flexibility I needed to manage my full-time job and family. With this program, I will earn a career as a court reporter.
Tri-C provides a wonderful learning environment, and for a community college, it is in no way a "junior college" in the nature of the courses and instructors, at least in my experience (I've spent most of my time in the Music Department at West Campus). Most all of my teachers have been kind, respectful, helpful, and professional, laid-back and interested in the individual students yet challenging. I feel the requirements for the degree programs themselves are rather tedious and unnecessary, unfortunately reflecting the "system" that has consumed so much of higher-learning, but the process itself has felt very streamlined for me as I prepare to transfer and seems to be for others taking the next steps toward their career paths, wherever they are headed. You will definitely get out of CCC what you put into it - Try a class for the fun of it, ask lots of questions of your instructors, be intentional and interested, work hard, push your case for what you want or need, look for opportunities and create your own and coordinate with others/your instructors.