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University Partnership

Mikayla Stephens is earning her bachelor’s degree from CSU, right here on LCCC’s Campus.

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Woman with safety glasses holding science equipment

University Partnership

Mikayla Stephens is earning her bachelor’s degree from CSU, right here on LCCC’s Campus.

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Woman with safety glasses holding science equipment

University Partnership

Mikayla Stephens is earning her bachelor’s degree from CSU, right here on LCCC’s Campus.

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Partnering withBusiness

LCCC is helping businesses create partnerships to leverage the Internet of Things.

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Business man standing beside large mechanical equipment

Partnering withBusiness

LCCC is helping businesses create partnerships to leverage the Internet of Things.

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Business man standing beside large mechanical equipment

Partnering withBusiness

LCCC is helping businesses create partnerships to leverage the Internet of Things.

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In The News

Female Graduate celebrates after receiving diploma

LCCC Graduates Celebrate Their Educational Journeys and Future Impact

Thousands gathered at LCCC’s 55th annual Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 18 to celebrate the 2019 graduates’ educational journeys and the impact that reaching this educational milestone will have on themselves, their families and their communities. 


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Impact 2025 Strategic Plan announcement - Students and Staff holding an Impact 2025 banner

LCCC Trustees Adopt Strategic Plan

The Lorain County Community District Board of Trustees adopted the College’s new strategic plan that declares a bold goal of 10,000 individuals earning a degree or certificate by 2025. The plan outlines five focus areas that will enable the College to reach this goal – Students, Success, Future, Work, and Community.


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LCCC President Marcia Ballinger and CSU President Harlan Sands holding sweatshirts from LCCC and CSU

LCCC and CSU Create Express Pathway to Four-Year Degrees

Lorain County Community College students planning to transfer to Cleveland State University will soon benefit from a new streamlined and enriched pathway to earning a four-year degree with the creation of the UP Express CSU initiative. The program is an extension of LCCC’s successful University Partnership with Cleveland State University and will be open to all degree programs at Cleveland State University. 


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