Thank you for your interest in Cleveland Community College. CCC offers two different types of courses, Curriculum (For-Credit) courses and Continuing Education (Non-Credit) courses. Please see the description of the types of courses offered below, and select which type of course best suits what you are looking for.
Curriculum (For-Credit) Courses - Curriculum (For-Credit) courses are college-credit courses that result in the awarding of college credit upon satisfactory completion. College credit courses apply toward degree, diploma, and certificate programs. In addition, many Curriculum courses qualify for transfer college credit to senior institutions as well as other colleges.
Continuing Education (Non-Credit) Courses - Continuing Education courses are non-credit courses for those who need to train, retrain, and update themselves in a vocational or professional area, for those who desire instruction enabling them to grow in basic knowledge, improve in home and community life, and develop or improve leisure time activities, and for those individuals whose education stopped short of high school.
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Admission requirements and procedures, an application for admission, how to find your advisor, and where to pay for your classes.
One stop shop for everything related to Financial Aid including types of Financial Aid, how to apply, refund policy, office hours, Net Price Calculator, deadlines, and links to helpful and informative seminars.
One of the most important tools of being a successful college student is planning your academic pathway with your advisor. Start here to find your academic advisor.
ACADEMIC ADVISOR DIRECTORY
Academic advisor listing
Check out this information for all of the important registration and term dates for 7, 8, 14, and 16 week sessions as well as class holidays and breaks.
A complete listing of current and upcoming class schedules for all courses offered at the College.
Electronic version of the 2012/13 Student Handbook which includes the College’s history, mission statement, admission requirements and procedures, financial aid information, course descriptions and much more.