Lorain County Community College and the University of Akron have enjoyed a long legacy of partnership. It is happening again.
The Midpoint Campus Center, a join venture between LCCC and Akron, will bring higher education to the geographic edge of eastern Lorain County, Strongsville and Brunswick. The Midpoint is located on the corner of Boston and Pearl Roads in the Highland Square office building in Brunswick. “Initially,” said Lena Knight, Outreach Service Specialist for the Center, “there was a survey done and it found there was a need for higher education in this specific area.”
The Midpoint Campus Center will offer classes when spring semester starts on January 20th. Courses will be offered on-site, via the internet and through interactive video distance learning (IVDL). Academic advisors are on-site as well.
“By bringing the Midpoint Campus Center to this area,” added Knight, “it allows accessibility, affordability, PSEO offerings and night classes for the members of the communities that surround us.”
“LCCC and the University of Akron have a history of providing quality, cost-effective educational options,” said Dr. Roy A. Church, LCCC President.
On January 8th and 10th, LCCC and Akron hosted an open house in Brunswick. To learn more about the Midpoint Campus Center and to access the class offerings, please click here