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Earn your bachelor’s or master’s degree right here on LCCC’s Campus.

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Woman with safety glasses holding science equipment

University Partnership

Earn your bachelor’s or master’s degree right here on LCCC’s Campus.

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Woman with safety glasses holding science equipment

University Partnership

Earn your bachelor’s or master’s degree right here on LCCC’s Campus.

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Partnering withBusiness

LCCC is helping businesses create partnerships to leverage the Internet of Things.

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Partnering withBusiness

LCCC is helping businesses create partnerships to leverage the Internet of Things.

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Business man standing beside large mechanical equipment

Partnering withBusiness

LCCC is helping businesses create partnerships to leverage the Internet of Things.

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In The News

LCCC Named as one of Top 150 Community Colleges by Aspen Institute

The Aspen Institute has announced that Lorain County Community College (LCCC) is an Aspen Prize Top 150 U.S. Community College. As one of the 150 top community colleges, LCCC is eligible to compete for the $1 million Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, the nation’s signature recognition of high achievement and performance among America’s community colleges.


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LCCC Unveils First Healthcare Apprenticeship Pathway

Ohio’s Lieutenant Governor Jon Husted and Chancellor Randy Gardner joined Lorain County Community College and regional employers as the College unveiled its first apprenticeship pathway in Healthcare. 


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LCCC Trustees Adopt Strategic Plan

The Lorain County Community District Board of Trustees adopted the College’s new strategic plan that declares a bold goal of 10,000 individuals earning a degree or certificate by 2025. The plan outlines five focus areas that will enable the College to reach this goal – Students, Success, Future, Work, and Community.


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