UP Hiram info Session march

Press Release

Posted: March 11, 2013

Learn How to Earn an Accounting Degree from Hiram College through LCCC’s University Partnership

Those interested in earning a bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Hiram College through Lorain County Community College’s University Partnership may attend a free information session at 5:30 p.m., Thursday, March 14 in room 115 of the University Center building on the LCCC campus.

Representatives from Hiram’s Bachelor of Arts in Accounting and Financial Management program will be available to share information and answer questions. The program is part of Hiram’s Weekend College and courses are held Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

The event is free. Reservations are required by calling the University Partnership office at (440) 366-4949 or online at www.lorainccc.edu/upevents.

Announcements

LCCC to Undergo Quality Review

Lorain County Community College is seeking comments from the public about the College in preparation for its periodic evaluation by its regional accrediting agency.

The College will host a visit March 21-23, 2016, with a team representing the Higher Learning Commission (HLC).  The team will review the institution's ongoing ability to meet HLC’s Criteria for Accreditation.
 

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15 to Finish: Add a Late-Start Class Today

Take at least 15 credit hours per semester and you'll be closer to graduation and closer to your career. There’s still time to add a class to your schedule. Late-start courses begin February 22, March 21 and April 4.
   
Click here to see the short-term class schedule and to register.

Presidential Search

The search for a president to succeed retiring President Dr. Roy A. Church is officially underway.
    
Click here to learn more about the Presidential Search. 

Earn College Credit for Your Experience

Your professional, military or volunteer experience in an applied area may make you eligible to receive college credit. Click here to learn more.   

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