Elyria Resident Finds Value in Life Long Learning

John Sabo, 44, of Elyria, who earned his Bachelor of Science in computer science and engineering from the University of Toledo through Lorain County Community College’s University Partnership program, values life long learning. No stranger to balancing

Marine Builds Rewarding Software Career with LCCC’s University Partnership

As a child, David Shah didn’t know his love for building blocks and tinkering with electronics would lead to a rewarding career as a computer science engineer; he just thought it was fun to take robots apart

Professors Go Above and Beyond in Their Field

The Honors Institute

Unique Opportunities for Students Seeking a Challenge What do you get when you surround yourself with a community of student scholars who seek to challenge themselves intellectually while, at the same time, building bonds of friendship that will

Consider a Career In Health Care

So many careers have felt the brunt of the recession, but one field that remains strong is health care. It’s true, not everyone is cut out to be a nurse, but have you considered a career in

Aerospace Technology Course Takes Students to New Heights

Lorain County Community College’s Aerospace Technology (PSSC 190) course has students flying high on rocket theory and aircraft technology. First offered in Fall 2012, and again this past spring, instructor Marlin Linger teaches the physics of rocketry,

Facts & Finds

College Success Strategies Be aware of all class assignments and turn in assignments on time. Consider your class, work and home responsibilities when planning a course load. For every credit hour expect to spend 2 hours per

Top Ten Reasons to Complete Your Degree at LCCC

1. Prepare for the future By 2020, 60 percent of all jobs will require a college degree (Complete College America). 2. Earn more Those with a college degree typically earn one-third more than those with only a

What’s new at LCCC

Addiction Counseling Certificate   This new certificate is designed to prepare students for employment as a substance abuse counselor and can also be the stepping-stone to LCCC’s associate degree in Human Services. Students may continue on to

Get Ahead of the Class

Complete college faster by starting in high school If you could earn college credit while you’re still in high school – most for free – why wouldn’t you? That’s exactly what Lorain County Community College’s dual enrollment

New Titan College Gives Lorain Students Non-Traditional College Experience

The new Titan College opportunity is an exciting partnership between Lorain High School and Lorain County Community College where high school students as early as ninth grade can participate in a combined high school and college experience.

Calendar of Events

UP-Close LCCC Campus Visitation Days 2 p.m., every Tuesday 10 a.m., every Friday UP-Close sessions are held throughout the year and begin with a question and answer period followed by a tour of campus. For more information

New Entrepreneurial Networking Group Launched at LCCC

Current and aspiring entrepreneurs now have a place where they can bounce ideas off of other entrepreneurs and those who have traveled that path before them. The new Fostering Entrepreneurial Business Education Networking Group (FEBE 3) was

Start Near. . . Go Far

Starting your college education at Lorain County Community College opens up a world of opportunity Prepare to transfer into a bachelor’s degree program through LCCC’s University Partnership.  Or, start a new career through one of LCCC’s many

The Advanced Digital Forensic Institute

The Advanced Digital Forensic Institute (ADFI) at Lorain County Community College is a state of the art digital forensics facility that places LCCC at the cutting edge of the information technology field.  ADFI will provide degree programs

Computer and Information Technology is changing how we earn by degrees

In 1943 the chairman of IBM, Thomas Watson, said, “I think there is a world market for maybe five computers.” Even Watson couldn’t predict the rapid change brought on by the computer age. Now two thirds of