LCCC Adopts MyTuition Guarantee to Accelerate Degree Completion Opportunity for Students

A tuition guarantee program that will hold tuition and fee rates for students registering in fall of 2014 and spring of 2015 for up to three years or until the completion of their degree, whichever comes first,

LCJVS and College Partnership Lead to Health Career

A local education was the key to career connections and a rewarding job at the Lorain County General Health District for Cody Carroll. By capitalizing on partnerships between Lorain County Community College, Lorain County Joint Vocational School

LCCC’s University Partnership Ridge Campus a Hub for Hot IT Programs

With innovative and in-demand programs, Lorain County Community College’s University Partnership Ridge Campus (UPRC) in North Ridgeville is the go-to place for students preparing for careers in the information technologies (IT) industry. UPRC offers IT programs in

Early Research Experience at LCCC Puts Rozmarynowycz on path to Ph.D. in Biology

Mark Rozmarynowycz wasn’t sure where his interest in science would lead him when he enrolled in courses at Lorain County Community College in 2003. It wasn’t long until research projects in his first science courses at LCCC

College Credit Plus Program to Bolster College Readiness and Completion

In an effort to bolster college readiness, increase the percentage of students who stay in college and complete a degree, the Ohio Board of Regents has proposed a uniform revision of dual enrollment programs for high school

Three LCCC Faculty Members Contribute to Textbooks and Research

Students in nursing and psychology courses at Lorain County Community College can confidently say their professors are considered experts in their fields and are sought after to contribute to textbooks and scholarly research. Nursing professors Jill Reiter

Bridging the Skills Gap

College Plays Vital Role in Filling Employers’ Needs for an Educated and Well-Trained Workforce When Anna Gibas needed training to find a new career she turned to Lorain County Community College’s IT Fast Track program. After successfully

Facts and 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 two hours per

Top Ten Reasons to Complete Your Degree at LCCC

By 2020, 60 percent of all jobs will require a college degree (Complete College America). 1. Earn more Those with a college degree typically earn one-third more than those with only a high school diploma (National Center

What’s New at LCCC

One-Year Technical Certificates  • Arts Foundation • Communication Studies • Computer Animation • English Literature • Humanities Studies • Philosophical Studies • Photography • Religious Studies • Spanish • Three Dimensional Art • Two Dimensional Art •

LCCC Education Sets Stage for Rewarding Career for Grafton Man

Beginning his education at Lorain County Community College set the stage for a rewarding career for Grafton native Andrew Lipian. Lipian is the program manager for the Lorain Palace Theatre, where he handles programming, staff and organizational

Affordable Education that Gives You the Edge

The Honors Institute at Lorain County Community College Looking for a four-year experience that is affordable and close to home? LCCC and the Honors Institute have the answer – offering a select number of students a unique

Honors Institute Faculty and Counselors

LCCC’s Top-Rated Faculty The Honors Institute courses are taught by Lorain County Community College’s best faculty. These courses are designed to cater to the student that has a love of learning and strives to be challenged academically.

Calendar of Events

UP-Close LCCC Campus Visitation Days UP-Close visitation sessions run through the end of June and start again in September. They are held at 2 p.m. every Tuesday and 10 a.m. every Friday (September-June). They begin with a

LCCC is One of 50 Schools to Join “Get Skills to Work Initiative”

Lorain County Community College joins a coalition of more than 50 colleges from across the U.S. as well as industry and non-profit organizations in the Get Skills to Work Initiative that seeks to invest in veterans transitioning

Blackstone LaunchPad Helps Avon Woman Get Business Off the Ground

Lori Yeager recently opened a Sport Clips Haircuts franchise in Rocky River. Lori and her husband were in the process of researching businesses when they received information about the LaunchPad. As an alumnus of LCCC, Lori’s husband