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A variety of campus visits are available for prospective graduate students. Please click on links below to customize your visit. In addition to sharing our curriculum and sharing program details, we’d love to show you around our beautiful suburban campus and introduce you to current faculty and students, Listed below are a variety of meeting times with program directors, tour and visit class opportunities and information sessions held both on and off campus. Simply click on a link and choose a day. If you don’t see a date or time listed that is convenient for you, please contact us directly by e-mail or phone at 216.397.4284. The Office of Graduate Studies is available Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. to meet with interested students and to answer any questions.

Meetings and Tours

Informational Meeting and Campus Tour take a walking tour with a current graduate student

Meet Counseling Department Faculty: for students interested in Graduate Programs in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, School Counseling, and Substance Use Disorder Counseling.

Meet Education Program Director: for students interested in Graduate Programs in Advanced Studies; Initial Licensure Programs; Endorsement and Certificate Programs.

Meet Humanities Program Director: for students interested in Masters in Humanities Program

Meet Nonprofit Administration Director: for students interested in Masters or Certificate in Nonprofit Administration

Meet School Psychology Department Faculty: for students interested in Masters of Education and Ed Specialist Degree in School Psychology

Meet Theology & Religious Studies Director: for students interested in Masters or Certificate in Theology & Religious Studies

Other Meetings with Program Directors available, please call 216.397.4284 to make appointment.

Information Sessions

There are currently no Information Sessions planned, check back soon

Visit A Class

Visit a Counseling Class: Prospective Counseling Students are invited to sit in on a Counseling Class

Other Classes may be available, please call 216.397.4284 for details.

Campus Map

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Directions
interstate map with numbered roads

From the East
Via the Ohio Turnpike (Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C.), exit the Ohio Turnpike at Gate 187; follow I-480 West to I-271 North. Continue with directions from I-271.

Via I-90 (Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, New York City, and New England), take I-90 West to I-271 South (Local Lanes, not Express). Continue with directions from I-271.

Via I-480 (Youngstown), take I-480 West to I-271 North. Continue with directions from I-271.

From the Local East Side Suburbs
Take I-271. Continue with directions from I-271.

From the West
Via the Ohio Turnpike (Toledo, Detroit, Chicago), exit the Ohio Turnpike at Gate 151; follow I-480 East to I-271 North. Continue with directions from I-271.

From the Local West Side Suburbs
Take I-71 North to I-480 East; follow I-480 East to I-271 North, or take I-90 East to I-271 South (Local Lanes, not Express). Continue with directions from I-271.

From the South (via I-77 or I-71)
Via I-71 (Akron, Columbus, Cincinnati), take I-71 North to I-271 North. Continue with directions from I-271.

Via I-77 (Akron, Canton, Marietta), take I-77 North to I-271 North. Continue with directions from I-271.

From Cleveland Hopkins International Airport
Take I-480 East to I-271 North. Continue with directions from I-271.

From Downtown Cleveland
Take Carnegie Avenue East to Cedar Hill; follow the traffic under the bridge and up the hill, staying in the right-hand lane; at the top of the hill bear right on to Cedar Road and then get into the middle lane and follow Cedar all the way in to South Belvoir Boulevard (approximately 4 miles); take right on South Belvoir. Travel 1.1 miles to Fairmount Boulevard; take a right on Fairmount and take the first right on Hadleigh Road; follow Hadleigh veering left at the fork to the first stop sign; continue straight, this is Carroll Boulevard. The entrance to campus will be on your right. At either entrance gate, inform the Safety Service representative that you are visiting the Office of Admission and he/she will direct you to visitor or available parking.

From I-271

Take I-271 (Local Lanes, not Express) to Exit 32 (Cedar/Brainard Road); follow Cedar Road West for 2.5 miles (pass Beachwood Mall on your left) to South Belvoir Boulevard; take left on South Belvoir. Travel 1.1 miles to Fairmount Boulevard; take a right on Fairmount and take the first right on Hadleigh Road; follow Hadleigh veering left at the fork to the first stop sign; continue straight, this is Carroll Boulevard. The entrance to campus will be on your right. At either entrance gate, inform the Safety Service representative that you are visiting the Office of Admission and he/she will direct you to visitor or available parking.

By RTA
John Carroll University is easily accessible by RTA trains and buses. Our campus is approximately 1 mile from both the Belvoir and Warrensville train stations on the Green Line, and only a 20-minute train ride away from downtown. John Carroll is served by a number of nearby RTA bus stops, as well. Please see the RTA web site for more details.