Map and Directions to LCCC

Directions to Lorain County Community College

 

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Lorain County Community College
1005 North Abbe Road
Elyria, OH 44035
(800) 995-5222
(440) 365-5222
info@lorainccc.edu

Click here for the locations of LCCC's Learning Centers.

Lorain County Community College, located at 1005 Abbe Road North in Elyria Ohio, is easily accessible by automobile through the rapidly expanding network of major interstate highways (I-90, I-480), including the Ohio Turnpike.

Cleveland Hopkins International Airport is nearby. Greater Cleveland is approximately 25 miles east of the college. 

Detailed Directions to LCCC

Please Note
Speed limits on all mentioned area roadways are generally enforced aggressively by the local police departments.  You are particularly advised to respect all municipal speed limit signs even when they appear in rural areas.

  Map to Campus

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Approaching LCCC from the WEST

1. If you are driving on the Ohio Turnpike, take Exit 142 (old exit 8-A), which is a one-way eastbound connector to Routes 2 and I-90.

2. If you are driving on Route 2, remain on Route 2 as it merges eastbound with I-90.

Exit Routes 2 and I-90 at route 254 (exit 148).  Turn right on Route 254.  Stay in the right-hand lane.  Turn right at the third traffic light (about 200 yards ahead).

You are now heading south on Route 301/Abbe Road.

Move to the left (center) lane and prepare to turn left into the LCCC North Campus at the second traffic light (about 3/4 of a mile ahead).

Approaching LCCC from the SOUTH

1. If you are driving on Route 58 (from the Ashland area), go north to the Route 2 connection in Amherst.  Turn right (east) onto Route 2.  Remain on Route 2 as it merges eastbound with I-90.

Exit Routes 2 and I-90 at route 254 (exit 148).  Turn right on Route 254.  Stay in the right-hand lane.  Turn right at the third traffic light (about 200 yards ahead).

You are now heading south on Route 301/Abbe Road.

Get in the left (center) lane and prepare to turn left into the LCCC North Campus at the second traffic light (about 3/4 of a mile ahead).

2. If you are driving on Route 301 (which connects with I-71 in Medina County), follow Route 301 northward to LaGrange.  Continue northward on Route 301, being careful to turn eastbound on divided highway (Routes 10 and 301) several miles north of LaGrange.  At the second exit eastbound, Route 301 diverges from Route 10 at the junction with Route 57 North (right). 

Continue on Route 57 North/Route 301 North to Abbe Road, making a turn onto Abbe Road/Route 301. Continue two miles on Abbe Road to the south entrance of the campus.

Approaching LCCC from the EAST

1. If you are driving on the Ohio Turnpike, exit at Exit 145 (old exit 8) and head north (right) toward Lorain.  You will be on Route 57, immediately passing the Holiday Inn and Midway Mall.  Stay in the right-hand lane and exit at the third right onto Routes 2 & I-90 heading east.

Exit Routes 2 and I-90 at route 254.  Turn right on Route 254.  Stay in the right-hand lane.  Turn right at the second traffic light (about 200 yards ahead).

You are now heading south on Route 301/Abbe Road.

Move to the left (center) lane and prepare to turn left into the LCCC North Campus at the second traffic light (about 3/4 of a mile ahead).

2. If you are driving west on Routes 2 & I-90, the first exit in Lorain County is Route 83.  Drive past the Route 83 and Route 611 exits.  Exit at the Route 254 interchange (exit 148).  Turn left at the exit ramp onto Route 254.  Turn right onto Abbe Road/Route 301 at the third traffic light.

You are now heading south on Route 301/Abbe Road.

Move to the left (center) lane and prepare to turn left into the LCCC North Campus at the second traffic light (about 3/4 of a mile ahead).

3. If you are driving west on Lake Road (Route 6) from Cleveland, continue west through Avon Lake and into Sheffield Lake.  At the first traffic light in Sheffield Lake (Abbe Road/Route 301), turn left.  Head south past Route 611, French Creek Road and Route 254. 

Move to the left (center) lane and prepare to turn left into the LCCC North Campus at the second traffic light (about 3/4 of a mile ahead).

4. If you are driving west on I-480, continue past the Ohio Turnpike.  I-480 becomes Route 10.  Continue west on Route 10 to the Route 57/Route 301 exit.  Drive north on route 57/Route 301 to Abbe Road (Route 301).  Turn right on Abbe Road and drive north two miles to the south entrance of the campus.

 

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LCCC students now have the opportunity to participate in the MyTuition Guarantee. This new program holds tuition and fee rates for students registering in fall 2014, spring 2015, or fall 2015 for up to three years or until the completion of a degree, whichever comes first.
  
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