Fall semester is underway on the campus of Lorain County Community College in a record setting way.
10,743 students are pursuing associate degrees or certificate programs this fall. That number is a four percent increase from a year ago. Students have registered for over 100,000 credit hours, another LCCC milestone.
There is a significant increase, 16.5%, in students taking online courses. The St. Joseph Learning Center, one of two LCCC branch campus sites, reports its highest enrollment ever at nearly 600 students. The University Partnership program offers 40 bachelor and master degree programs from eight of Ohio’s top universities. An additional 3,000 plus students are enrolled in UP programs this fall.
High School students carry a significant presence on campus. 1,500 high school students are enrolled in programs like PSEO (Post Secondary Enrollment Option) and/or Early College High School.
Lorain County Community College offers over 80 programs and degrees.