LCCC Counseling

LCCC Counseling

Counselors assist students with educational and life planning, career development and personal issues. Counselors help students to identify barriers and develop solutions that enable them to persist and achieve their academic goals. Assessment may be provided to help students gain a better understanding of their needs, values, interests and abilities.

Counseling sessions are available on an appointment basis.

Need an appointment? Call 440-366-4033 or visit:


LC 131

First Floor of Bass Library


440-366-4033 or
1-800-995-5222 ext. 4033
On-Campus: 4033
Sherry Amick
Staff Assistant

Office Hours:

Monday and Thursday
Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday

8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

When Should You See a Counselor?
You should make an appointment to meet with a counselor if you:

  • Have not declared a major
  • Want to explore and discuss various career options
  • Need in-depth guidance on course selection for degree completion
  • Are planning to transfer to another college/university program
  • Are experiencing personal problems
  • Have completed 30 hours of credit and have not met with a counselor
  • Need to determine how far you are from graduating

Click here to learn more about LCCC counseling services.

Click here to meet the counseling faculty.

If you are experiencing an on-campus safety emergency, contact Campus Security at 440-366-4053 and/or call 911.

If you are experiencing a mental health emergency please call the emergency crisis line at 1-800-888-6161 in Lorain County or report to the closest emergency room.


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