A milestone was set at the 2010 Lorain County Community College Commencement Ceremony.
1,257 graduates received 1,358 Associate Degrees or Certificates and an additional 248 graduates received bachelor’s and master’s degrees from eight universities within the LCCC University Partnership program. The 1,505 students earning degrees or certificates stands as the largest graduating class in the history of Lorain County Community College.
On May 22nd, LCCC President, Dr. Roy A. Church welcomed graduates, family and friends to the Ewing Activities Center for the 46th Annual Commencement Ceremony.
Church told the graduates, “You represent the fabric of our community. The hard work that has led you to where you are today will continue to influence Lorain County and our region as you head out into the workforce and become leaders for others to emulate. Strong communities are built upon strong values and a sense of community pride and these are what all of you demonstrate by sitting here today.”
The keynote address was given by the Chancellor of the Ohio Board of Regents, Eric Fingerhut. He encouraged the crowd to be “LCCC Proud.”