Message from the Dean

Message from the Dean

Welcome to the Division of Allied Health and Nursing (ALHN) at Lorain County Community College.  We work hard to provide innovative academic programs that are of the highest quality and prepare students for productive careers in the healthcare community.  The Division offers a variety of programs that are appealing to students interested in the health professions.

The Division offers sixteen credit programs that provide certificates and associate degrees and a number of non-credit programs that usually result in the award of a certificate of completion.  The website provides various links that will allow you access to all the program opportunities ALHN has to offer and introduce you to faculty and staff.  You will find relevant information regarding each of our programs.  Whether you are thinking of a career in nursing or one of the allied health fields ALHN is the place where your career ambitions can become reality. 

The mission of the Allied Health and Nursing Division highlights our purpose to improve the well-being of the community at large through purposeful education and professional practice.  The healthcare system demands professionals with critical thinking skills and the ability to think creatively.  Our students learn professionalism, comprehension, effective communication, and cultural awareness coupled with clinical practice in appropriate settings throughout the Northeast Ohio region.

As you explore the many programs we offer, you will see a commitment to our mission and our determination for excellence.  It is our goal to maintain an environment in which members of the school community can be successful.  We invite you to become a student in the Allied Health and Nursing division preparing you for a career in the healthcare arena and impact the greater community.

Sincerely,

Hope M. Moon, MSN, RN, CNS
Dean, Allied Health & Nursing
(440)366-7183
hmoon@lorainccc.edu 

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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 March 23.
   
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