Up-Close Visitation Days: Make LCCC and the University Partnership Your First Choice

Attend an LCCC Information Session with a question and answer period and then take a tour of the campus. LCCC’s Up-Close visitation days offer you the chance to explore the campus and talk with Admissions and Financial Aid representatives. You may also decide to take the Accuplacer Placement Assessment and complete the admissions process. Up-Close sessions are held throughout the year on...

Dual Enrollment Opportunities – Get a Head Start on College

Lorain County Community College offers a unique opportunity for you to get a head start on your college and career goals while still a high school student. We offer several dual enrollment opportunities for high school students to earn college credit. These include: College Credit Plus If you are in grades seven through 12 at any public or private school, you can participate in College Credit...

Meet LCCC’s MyUniversity Team

Lorain County Community College is proud to partner with area schools to offer College Credit Plus opportunities for 7-12th graders through its MyUniversity program.  The MyUniversity program, a unique partnership between LCCC and area high schools, provides a pathway for high school students to the full college experience – for less! Earn a high school and associate degree...

Perspective: College Credit Plus Gives Student a “Great Advantage”

By Mikayla Stephens I am currently a senior at Midview High School and I have been enrolled in the College Credit Plus program since my sophomore year. Currently, I am attending classes at the Lorain County Community College main campus full time. In May of 2018, approximately three weeks before I graduate from high school, I will be receiving my associate of science degree from Lorain...

New Cyber and Information Security Degree Prepares You for Evolving Field

The field of cyber security is still evolving right along with technology, generating jobs at a much faster pace than the national average. In fact, information security jobs are projected to grow by 40 percent or more over the next decade, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Lorain County Community College has unveiled an exciting new associate of applied science degree in cyber...

College Tech Prep: College Bound and Career Ready

Through College Tech Prep, students in high school have the opportunity to earn industry-recognized credentials, combined with college credit at Lorain County Community College, in order to prepare for entry-level work following high school graduation. Most programs offer students the opportunity to learn a skill that prepares them for a high-wage, in-demand career in Northeast Ohio at no cost...

Project Lead the Way Launches Students into Engineering Careers

Many Lorain County Community College students explore College Tech Prep through Project Lead the Way (PLTW) courses, which are offered in partnership with career-technical centers at Lorain County JVS (LCJVS), Lorain High School, EHOVE Career Center, Medina County Career Center, Polaris Career Center and many others. Project Lead the Way is a nationally renowned engineering curriculum that is...
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Get Creative and Inventive in a World of Making at Campana Center

“LCCC now has a one-stop shop for our community to come with their ideas and to invent, play and be creative with all kinds of tools and materials,” Joan Perch, program and outreach coordinator for the Campana Center, said. “The Campana Center is the perfect place for anyone to be creative and to explore digital fabrication technology that can bring their ideas, art or inventions to...

First Community College Society of Women Engineers Affiliate in the US at LCCC

Lorain County Community College formed a Society of Women Engineers collegiate interest group at LCCC in 2012. It is the first community college in the country to have a group of its kind.  In 2016 the LCCC SWE group collaborated with the U.S. Army to help students who are undecided in their studies. The LCCC SWE group has been in the national spotlight for some of their initiatives,...
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University Partnership is Convenient Pathway to Bachelor Degree

Lorain County Community College gives students in pursuit of bachelor’s degrees the unique opportunity to take classes from 12 Ohio universities on the LCCC campus. The college was the first community college in the state to start a University Partnership, with the first class taking place in 1996. The partnership enables students to earn more than 50 bachelor’s and master’s...

Faculty Spotlight: Kati Dobeck

Professor Kati Dobeck, a Lorain County Community College Foundation Faculty Excellence Award winner, prides herself on her relationship with her students and the involvement she has with the college in more ways than just teaching. “My favorite part of working at LCCC is getting to know the students,” Dobeck said. “My students inspire me and make me want to be the best teacher that I can...

LCCC is More than Just a Great Education

Student Clubs and Organizations More than 35 student clubs and organizations Student newspaper  Athletics Club sports, intercollegiate sports, drop-in fitness classes and more  Academic Excellence Award-winning faculty Research opportunities Service Learning opportunities Internship and Co-op opportunities  Arts and Entertainment Theater, orchestra,...

Explore Your Options

You don’t have to wait to graduate from high school to start earning college credit. If you are a middle school or high school student, check out these opportunities to earn college credit before you graduate. College Credit Plus College Tech Prep Early College High School Real Education for Your Future Learn more at www.lorainccc.edu/collegeoptions or call (440) 366-4012....