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Cleveland Colleges and Universities

Cleveland, Ohio, an industrial powerhouse throughout the 19th-century, has since reinvented itself as a base for legal, health care, and research careers. The economic diversification is an asset to Cleveland's college and university students, who can look forward to a strong job market. Cleveland, Ohio has not lost its working class pride, however. Cleveland's pop music legacy, honored at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, persists in the city's local metal, punk, alternative rock, and R&B scene. "The New American City" has always welcomed a diverse population, and in 1967 elected the first African-American mayor of a major U.S. city.

Cleveland, Ohio supports its growing economy with a variety of colleges and universities, ranging from a world-class research institution Case Western Reserve to Cuyahoga Community College. Cleveland's University Circle district is also home to colleges and universities such as Cleveland State University, the private Cleveland Institute of Art, and Myers University, a private college focusing on business education.



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Cultural Diversity in Cleveland

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Large Schools


Cleveland State University
Cuyahoga Community College District


Medium Schools


Case Western Reserve University


Small Schools


Truett-McConnell College
Delta State University
Cleveland Institute of Art
Cleveland Institute of Music
Notre Dame College
Ohio Technical College
Pentecostal Theological Seminary
Cleveland State Community College
Lee University
New Concepts School of Cosmetology
Lakeshore Technical College
Franklin Academy
Cleveland Institute of Dental-Medical Assistants-Cleveland
Bryant & Stratton College-Cleveland
Remington College-Cleveland Campus
Allstate Hairstyling & Barber College
South University-Cleveland
LaBarberia Institute of Hair
Merrillville Beauty College-Flawless Barber Academy



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