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Yes, Tri-C is a community college.Super BrilliantMath
Yes, Tri-C is a community college. And yes, its a good thing. I am in a differential equations class with 5 other students. That's 5 - not 500 or 50. Just five (lots of personal attention). My professor graduated with a PHD from Case Western Reserve University. I get to ask lots of questions and she answers them until I finish asking them. Try that at other schools. This is not a research facility, so don't expect that when going to Tri-C. Expect a teaching institution. Approachable, friendly professors who you can and will hug when they remember you from a previous class. Every school has their problems and Tri-C is not excluded. Some students are unmotivated, but hey "you are" so what's the difference.

Oh and about the Metro Campus . . .if you are from the Cleveland metro area, you already have interacted with tons of different types of people so no big deal. If you live sheltered from the rest of the world, here's your chance to break down the stereotypes you've created in your mind. I have yet felt uncomfortable let alone threatened at the campus. The tuition is around $100/credit hour and still transfer to the public colleges in Ohio. While everyone else is overpaying for a distant "credible" college who sit with sometimes 200 other students, I get personal attention from my differential equations professor. Boo-yah!

1st Year Male -- Class 2017
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Extracurricular Activities: F
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My advice to anyone planning on entering theQuite BrightNursing
My advice to anyone planning on entering the ADN program at tri-c is to go somewhere else. When tri-c lost their accreditation they became desperate and hired and incompetent nurse that put in an application. Tri-c does not care about their students. Biggest regret in life was attending the nursing program at Tri-C.
3rd Year Female -- Class 2016
Collaboration/Competitive: A, Education Quality: F
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I attend this school to fill up myDesign Arts - Industrial Design/Graphic Design/etc
I attend this school to fill up my elective credits for the Cleveland Institute of Art's Animation Program as it's a lot cheaper. However, this school is so terrible that I'd rather pay the extra 20k to take them at CIA. The financial aid representatives are not only incompetant, but rude and arrogant as well. The counseling team has only one goal, and it definitely isn't helping you. Some of the teachers are great, but most of them make me wonder if they just hijacked the class considering a lot of them are either foreign and don't speak English well or have absolutely no idea what they are talking about. Coming from a person who was not born into a family with money, I would rather take out 100 different loans just so I didn't have to go there again.
Male -- Class 2000
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