LCCC Counseling Services
Many students are undecided about what they want to study and what career path to follow. The counseling process includes individual sessions and may include interest and skill assessments. We provide the following services to students:
- Assistance in choosing a major or career
Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degree programs are transfer degrees, and are designed for students who intend to continue their educations after LCCC. Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degrees do not have specific majors, but can be tailored to apply toward a number of different majors at the bachelor's degree level at the LCCC University Partnership and other universities. The table below will help you to select the associate's degree program that is most suited for your future education plans:
All LCCC students should meet with their assigned counselor prior to completion of their 30th credit hour.
To assist you in applying for graduation, plan to meet as early as possible with a counselor. We can:
- Assist in determination of graduation requirements for program of interest
- Help develop a timetable for completion of program
- Complete a degree audit the semester before planned graduation
- Authorize eligibility for graduation candidacy
Occasionally everyone needs someone to listen to them. If personal problems are interfering with any student’s ability to accomplish his/ her academic goals, Counselors are available to listen, and to help develop a plan to deal with these problems effectively. If it is determined that on-going personal counseling would be beneficial, referrals are made to Women’s Link or other appropriate community agencies.
We provide the following services to students:
- Follow up for probationary and reinstated students
- Assistance with decision making and goal setting
- Assistance with academic difficulties (e.g. coping with college stress and feeling overwhelmed, coping with test anxiety, improving time management, building confidence, identifying personal strengths, etc.)
For additional questions, visit Who to Ask
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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.