Transfer LCCC Credits to Another Institution

Planning to transfer to another college or university?

With some careful planning up front, you can rest easy. Lorain County Community College is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, the regional accrediting authority for Ohio. This accreditation assures acceptance of transfer-eligible credits earned at the College by senior colleges and universities in Ohio.

Credit TransferIf you're planning to transfer to a four-year institution after you attend LCCC, you can be certain that your credits will be accepted by the receiving institution under the Ohio Board of Regents Articulation and Transfer Policy. This policy guarantees the transfer of all college-level courses and a block of courses called the Transfer Module. The LCCC Transfer Module transfers to any public college or university in Ohio.

The is designed to provide students with accurate information about how courses transfer and how they will apply toward the completion of a college degree.

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