Training/Education Directory Featured

8:00pm EDT June 25, 2009

Baldwin-Wallace College

275 Eastland Rd.
Berea, OH 44017
(440) 826-2900
Richard Durst
Baldwin-Wallace College is a private, liberal arts, Methodist college that offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees and certificates and professional education programs. The college enrolls more than 4,000 students and offers more than 50 majors. Baldwin-Wallace’s student-faculty ratio is 15 to 1. The college also has a second Beachwood campus.
Founded: 1845
Key areas of study
Neuroscience; musical theater; education; business

Bryant & Stratton College

1700 E. 13th St.
Cleveland, OH 44114
(216) 771-1700
John J. Staschak
President and CEO
Bryant & Stratton College is a private, career college that offers 23 associate and bachelor’s degrees. The college serves students through a fast approach with a three-semester calendar and day, evening and weekend classes. Bryant & Stratton College has 15 campuses, three of which are in the Cleveland area.
Founded: 1854
Key areas of study
Business; criminal justice; information technology; hospitality; nursing

Case Western Reserve University

10900 Euclid Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44106
(216) 368-2000
Barbara R. Snyder
Case Western Reserve University enrolls nearly 10,000 students. The university is known for its research and has an endowment of more than $1.8 billion, which supports nearly 100 designated academic and research centers. U.S. News & World Report consistently ranks the university’s medicine, law and engineering programs among the nation’s best.
Founded: 1826
Key areas of study
Medicine; law; engineering; biological sciences; social work

Chancellor University

3921 Chester Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44114
(216) 432-8992
Ronald Kennedy
Chancellor University offers associate to graduate degrees and certificate programs for those interested in business careers. The university enrolls students through its schools of business, professional studies and liberal arts and sciences. Chancellor University has four campuses throughout the area that offers eight-week programs, flexible class scheduling and online courses.
Founded: 1848
Key areas of study
Business; paralegal; applied information technology; accounting; criminal justice

Cleveland Institute of Art

11141 East Blvd.
Cleveland, OH 44106
(216) 421-7400
David L. Deming
President and CEO
The Cleveland Institute of Art enrolls nearly 600 students in its 18 undergraduate programs that range from biomedical art to glass to photography to digital media. The Cleveland Institute of Art is recognized as one of the top 10 professional colleges of art and design in the country.
Founded: 1882
Key areas of study
Biomedical art; design; jewelry and metals; painting; sculpture

Cleveland State University

2121 Euclid Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44115
(216) 687-2000
Ronald Berkman
Cleveland State University offers 200 major fields of study at the undergraduate and graduate level as well as professional certificates and continuing education programs. The university has 16,000 students, 90 percent of which work full- or part-time. Four out of five Cleveland State faculty members hold a Ph.D.
Founded: 1964
Key areas of study
Business; education; human services; engineering; social sciences

Cuyahoga Community College

700 Carnegie Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44115
(800) 954-8742
Jerry Sue Thornton
Cuyahoga Community College is Ohio’s oldest and largest public community college, serving more than 55,000 students each year. Tri-C offers more than 140 career and technical programs. The college serves students through five Cleveland locations, two of which cater to its Corporate College and Workforce & Job Training programs.
Founded; 1963
Key areas of study
Business; applied industrial technology; information technology; hospitality; visual communication and design

John Carroll University

20700 North Park Blvd.
University Heights, OH 44118
(216) 397-1886
Rev. Robert L. Niehoff
John Carroll University is a private, Jesuit Catholic university that offers a liberal arts curriculum and programs in the arts and sciences and education. The university is among the top 10 in the Midwest that grant master’s degrees, as ranked by U.S. News & World Report. John Carroll enrolls 3,700 students.
Founded: 1886
Key areas of study
Business; communications; education; computer information systems; political science

Lake Erie College

391 W. Washington St.
Painesville, OH 44077
(440) 296-1856
Michael T. Victor
Lake Erie College is a private institution that offers 29 undergraduate majors and master’s degrees in business administration and education to 1,200 students. The college has been ranked as one of the best colleges in the Midwest and for having one of the lowest acceptance rates in the Midwest.
Founded; 1856
Key areas of study
Education; equine studies; languages and communications; management; social studies

Lakeland Community College

7700 Clocktower Dr.
Kirtland, OH 44094
(440) 525-7000
Morris W. Beverage Jr.
Lakeland Community College enrolls more than 12,000 students in its 76 degree and certificate programs. The college serves students through its seven academic divisions, which include arts and humanities; business; engineering technologies; science/health; social science and public service and counseling. Besides its main campus, Lakeland has three regional sites.
Founded: 1967
Key areas of study
Arts and humanities; business; engineering technologies; science/health; social science and public service

Lorain County Community College

1005 N. Abbe Road
Elyria, OH 44035
(800) 995-5222
Roy A. Church
Lorain County Community College enrolls more than 9,000 students each term and offers degrees from associate’s to master’s and continuing education courses. The community college has the state’s only program that allows students to earn bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Ohio universities without leaving the community college campus.
Founded: 1963
Key areas of study
Business; communication; computer and information technology; engineering; health care and nursing

Notre Dame College

4545 College Rd.
South Euclid, OH 44121
(216) 381-1680
Andrew P. Roth
Notre Dame College was established by the Sisters of Notre Dame as a private, liberal arts college. The college offers bachelor’s degrees in 29 disciplines and self-designed majors. In 2007, U.S. News & World Report ranked Notre Dame College fourth among Midwest colleges for ethnic diversity.
Founded: 1922
Key areas of study
Education; business; science; nursing; criminal justice

Oberlin College

101 N. Professor St.
Oberlin, OH 44074
(440) 775-8121
Marvin Krislov
Oberlin College enrolls 2,800 students and offers 47 academic majors through its College of Arts and Sciences and music conservatory. More Oberlin graduates have gone on to earn Ph.D.s than any other baccalaureate college in the country. The college also has one of the country’s top college art museums.
Founded: 1833
Key areas of study
Art; music; historical performance; education

Ohio Technical College

1324 E. 51st St.
Cleveland, OH 44103
(216) 881-1700
Marc Brenner
President and CEO
Ohio Technical College offers 25 technician training programs from automotive and motorcycle to diesel equipment and classic car restoration. The campus is designed to allow both classroom time and workshop space and is the largest of its kind under one roof. Ohio Technical College student-teacher ration is 20 to 1.
Founded: 1969
Key areas of study
Automotive; diesel equipment; collision repair and refinishing; high performance and racing; alternative fuel vehicles

University of Phoenix, Cleveland Campus

5005 Rockside Rd., Suite 130
Independence, OH 44131
(216) 447-8807
William Pepicello
President, University of Phoenix
The University of Phoenix tries to make higher education more accessible for working students through night classes, flexible scheduling and online classes at more than 200 locations. The university offers more than 100 degree programs at the associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral levels in business, technology, health care and education.
Founded: 1976
Key areas of study
Business; education; nursing and health care; criminal justice; technology

Ursuline College

2550 Lander Rd.
Pepper Pike, OH 44124
(440) 449-4200
Sister Diana Stano
Ursuline College is a private, Catholic, liberal arts college that offers more than 30 undergraduate majors and nine graduate degrees. The college, which enrolls about 1,400 students, is Ohio’s only women-focused college. Ursuline offers the state’s only graduate Art Therapy and Counseling program and country’s first Palliative Care Nursing program.
Founded: 1871
Key areas of study
Business; education; nursing; social work; communications