Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

LCCC Sports

How many seasons may I participate in sports?
Athletes are permitted two (2) seasons of competition at any NJCAA institution, if they have not participated in any intercollegiate level during the two previous seasons.   Participating in one or more regularly scheduled events prior to post-season competition uses up a season of eligibility.

Is housing available?
No housing is available.

Are there athletic scholarships available?
Because LCCC is a Division III school, no athletic scholarships are available.  The LCCC Financial Aid Department will work with the athlete to assemble the best financial aid package possible for eligible students.

Is there travel involved?
Athletes will possibly travel to all states surrounding Ohio and perhaps further depending upon championship events or tournaments.

Is student medical insurance available?
Athletes are required to carry their own medical insurance. An Athletic Trainer will be available during home competitions.

Is there a fee to participate?
There is a player's fee of $50 for each sport in which an athlete participates. This fee goes into the sport account to be used by the team during the season. 

 

Athlete Code of Conduct 

  • All LCCC Sports athletes are expected to follow the guidelines created by the HPER and LCCC catalog.  Anytime guidelines are willfully ignored or violated disciplinary procedures will be instituted.
  • Coaches and Athletes may be disciplined for actions that are not in the best interest of LCCC.
  • Any action that goes against a verbal or written guideline will result in disciplinary action.
  • Athletes must read, understand and sign the Code of Conduct/Athlete Agreement before participating in any LCCC Sports program.

For additional information please call one of the following individuals:

Kathy Majoras
Club Sports Coordinator 440-366-7360

Katie Marquard

Assistant Athletic Director 440-366-7346


 

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