And Tri-C, is discussing partnerships with John Carroll University and Kent State University, said Michael Schoop, president of Tri-C's Metropolitan Campus.
has always encouraged graduates to seek a bachelor's degree.
But but as the school attracts students with strong academic credentials, it is establishing specific ways for students to ensure they succeed.
"Our own data is showing us that more highly qualified students are coming here," Schoop
"It does have to do with parents and students deciding that in terms of their ability to afford college this is a good place to start on their way to that baccalaureate degree."
has an honors program and this year began offering scholarships to high-achieving students.
"We have an enormous range of students, many of whom have a really high level of capability but don't have the means to start at a place like Case," Schoop