Lorain County Community College received final approval today from the Ohio Department of Higher Education to offer Ohio’s first bachelor of applied science in microelectronic manufacturing. As one of only three community colleges in the state and the only one in Northeast Ohio, LCCC is now better positioned to lead a new era of community college education focused on connecting students to high-paying, in-demand jobs.
Elyria’s Kenneth Glynn, former steel worker and LCCC graduate, was recognized at Achieving the Dream’s 14th annual DREAM Conference on Feb. 20, in Nashville, TN. Glynn brought the crowd of 2,300 higher education leaders to their feet when he shared a poem about his journey from being laid off from a steel mill to embarking on a new career path at LCCC.
The new LiveSafe Mobile App is now available to LCCC students and campus visitors. LiveSafe provides a convenient and discreet way for you to communicate with LCCC Campus Security. The new app also provides access to various support services and lets you connect to friends and family members so they can monitor you and your location as you walk to your destination.