LCCC and its University Partnership “the Logical Choice” for Physician to Start his Career

Family doctor Mohammed Ahmad puts on his white coat and looks in the mirror. Looking back at him is a determined man who started close to home, went far, and is now back and wants to make

Local Learning Options Inspire Lorain Resident to Pursue her Dreams

Lorain residents who are looking for personalized attention in their pursuit for higher education have two local options. The LCCC Lorain Learning Center at City Center, 201 W. Erie, and the new LCCC Community Learning Center at

Retooling Adults for Manufacturing Programs

RAMP up your career in manufacturing! RAMP Computer Aided Design Technician Computer Aided Machining/Machining Manufacturing Processes Right Skills Now—Computer Numerical Control General Technician Industrial Maintenance Electrical Technician Industrial Maintenance Mechanical Technician Maintenance Technician—Automation Engineering Technology Manufacturing Readiness

LCCC Named One of the Nation’s Most Affordable Community Colleges

Lorain County Community College has been named one of the most affordable community colleges in the nation by the U.S. Department of Education. “Affordability is key to keeping LCCC accessible to our community’s residents. This national recognition

LCCC Ranks Second in Ohio and in Top 50 Nationally for Highest Paid Grads

LCCC recently ranked second among Ohio community colleges and 41st nationally for highest paid graduates by Payscale Human Capital. Payscale, a salary, benefits and compensation information-company, compiled data on lifetime earnings for hundreds of degree and major

Wind and Solar Energize New Career Opportunities

Across the United States, alternative energy demands are growing, including the need for wind and solar power. Lorain County Community College offers associate degrees in alternative energy, with a focus in wind turbine power or solar technology.

Imagine Your New Career in Information Technology

You can spark your imagination with information technology classes at LCCC that lead to certificates or associate and bachelor’s degrees – and ultimately a satisfying career. “I learned the necessary skills to get started in my field,”

Local Demand for RNs Makes Nursing Degree a Good Investment

The $2.8 trillion health care industry in the United States is so large that it’s practically an economy in itself. It is poised to grow – and change – dramatically over the next decade. In fact, seven

Surgical Technology Graduates Are In Demand

“The job outlook for surgical technologists is great,” said Timothy Teets, program coordinator for LCCC’s surgical technology program. “According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there will be a 15 percent growth rate in surgical technologist jobs

The Stocker Arts Center – An Enlightening Experience

At the Stocker Arts Center art meets drama and drama meets life. We provide a venue that connects our diverse cultural community to LCCC by entertaining, educating, exciting and inspiring through performances, the arts, and educational events. Here’s

New Degrees in LCCC’s University Partnership Program

Programming and Web Development Options Now Available in CIS Degree Many companies in Ohio and nationwide are providing career opportunities for highly trained professionals in the field of software development – positions filled by graduates of The

Calendar of Events

Spring session starts Jan. 17. Global Entrepreneurship Week NEO LaunchNET will host Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) from November 14-16. For more information about events, contact Becky Hetrick at rhetrick@lorainccc.edu. GEW Events are: Monday, November 14 12 p.m. (noon)

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