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Cleveland State’s average class is 22 students, so you are able to get the one-on-one time with your instructor you may need.

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Approximately 90 percent of CSCC’s faculty earned master’s or doctorate degrees, so you are assured of receiving a quality educational foundation.

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Cleveland State has been committed to providing a quality education and open access for the people of Bradley, McMinn, Meigs, Monroe and Polk counties for almost 50 years.

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Students come to Cleveland State from a variety of social, academic, and ethnic backgrounds. The student body represents over 50 nationalities, 43 Tennessee counties and nine states.

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More high school graduates in the service area attend Cleveland State than any other college.

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If you plan to get your bachelor’s degree, going to Cleveland State will save you almost enough money to pay for your third year at a four-year school.

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If your plan is to enter the workforce, Cleveland State offers degree and certificate programs to get you there quickly, and at a fraction of the cost of other colleges.

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Cleveland State is a Level II Certified Arboretum and a recognized wildlife habitat.

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Since 2009, the Arbor Day Foundation has acknowledged CSCC’s dedication to forestry management by labeling the college a Tree Campus USA.

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Cleveland State was named to the 2013 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for engaging its students, faculty and staff in meaningful service that achieves measurable results in the community.

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CSCC is home to the OneSource Workforce Readiness Center made up of mechatronics assessment machines that assess an individual’s aptitude and skill set for electrical, mechanical and PLC (programmable logic control). This method of assessment and training is unique to the region.

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The average community college graduate in Tennessee earns a higher first-year salary than four-year graduates.

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In a 2014 CSCC student survey, 98.6 percent rated their experience good to superior and 99 percent said they would recommend Cleveland State to others.

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Eighty percent of the nation’s first responders, such as police officers, firefighters and paramedics, are trained at community colleges.

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Taxpayers can expect a 6:1 return on their investment dollars in community colleges.