Faculty and Staff

Business Program (Formerly Business Division) 

Business Building, Second Floor
(440) 366-4030
    

LCCC's New Academic Division Structure
Lorain County Community College has reorganized and consolidated academic divisions. This new academic structure creates a more efficient organizational structure and is more reflective of today's higher education environment. 

As a result of this process, the Business Division is now a part of the Engineering, Business and Information Technologies division.

Click here for a list of all business degrees and certificate programs.

The Culinary Arts program is now a part of the Arts and Humanities Division.
    

Business Faculty and Staff 
 

Engineering, Business and Information Technology
Division Dean
Kelly Zelesnik
Extension 7028, Room AT 116A

Travel and Tourism

Maria McConnell
Extension 7404, Room BU 211D

Accounting

 

Anthony Cioffi
Extension 7409, Room BU 211G

Raul Ramos
Extension 7407, Room BU 211F

Claudia Lubaski
Extension 4030, Room BU 211P

 

Business Administration-Management Major

 

Anthony Cioffi
Extension 7409, Room BU 211G

Administrative Associate

Computer Resource Specialist

Carrie Hering
Extension 7405, Room BU 211

Michael Harmych
Extension 7389, Room BU 211L

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