Senior Education and Information

Free College Classes for Older Adults

All state colleges and universities in Ohio offer adults 60+ the opportunity to attend college classes at no cost (no credit is earned and some fees may apply for books or equipment). Northeast Ohio schools and programs can be found here.

Encore Campus

Website  -  216.987.2274  -  4520 Richmond Rd. - 11000 Pleasant Valley Rd. -  25425 Center Ridge Rd.

This is Cuyahoga Community College's  premiere lifelong learning program for people ages 55 and up. Each session includes a wide variety of courses, allowing students to choose classes that fit their interests. Most courses are taught by retired professionals and professors who bring a wealth of experience and expertise to the classroom.



This 21-year old non-profit organization is dedicated to providing older adults with technology access and education.  The online home offers a wealth of information important to older adults. 

Fire Public Education Unit (Speaker's Bureau)

216.664.6386 - Weekdays 8 am to 5 pm - F: 216.664.6816 - 1645 Superior Ave.

Cleveland firefighters provide fire education speakers for schools, day care centers, senior centers, and employers and also appear at career days. In addition, firefighters with fire apparatus, including engines, hook & ladders and the Smoke House make appearances at community and school events. The 32 foot Smoke House is a mobile version of a home which uses non-toxic smoke and an alarm system to teach children how to escape a home fire.