We understand that this year is not what you expected, and that your fall plans may be changing. LCCC is here to help by offering the core classes you need for almost any college major. You can start or continue your academic progress online and easily transfer your credits when you’re ready.
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When you consider your future, think of LCCC as a resource to help you stay on track with your college goals – safely and affordably. Our tuition is among the lowest in the state and all of our fall lecture classes are now available online to give you plenty of safe scheduling options. And if you need classes that require in-person instruction – like a lab science – our small class sizes are ideal for social distancing and safety protocols. We have a dedicated a team of academic advisors to help you navigate the enrollment process.
It’s Not Too Late for Fall 2020
You can still register for Fall semester terms beginning September 28, October 19 and November 2. Learn more about classes starting later in the term.
University Students Attending LCCC Fall 2020
Delivery of Fall Courses
Choose from four types of classes in formats designed to keep you safe and meet your needs. Formats include online, online live, blended and in-person.
Will your courses transfer?
You can find out how your courses will transfer to other colleges and universities using Transferology – an online transfer tool. This nation-wide network helps you explore all of your college transfer options. Remember to always work with an advisor at LCCC or your future destination for full academic planning.
You can earn a bachelor’s or master’s degree close to home and save thousands on the cost of your college education. Our University Partnership offers degrees from 14 colleges and universities delivering more than 100 bachelor’s and master’s degrees – saving an average of $74,000. Classes are taught by the university’s instructors and you will earn your university degree at a fraction of the cost of a traditional four-year college experience.
As a transfer or University Partnership student at LCCC, you may qualify for university scholarships when you transfer by applying for our UP and transfer scholarships opportunities. And if you just graduated from a Lorain County high school or you were an LCCC College Credit Plus student, you may qualify of additional scholarships. LCCC students also have access to dozens of scholarship opportunities.
Any time you have questions or concerns, you can chat directly with an academic advisor who will help you through the enrollment process.
Live Chat Hours
Monday – Thursday: 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
You can get started today by completing the online application for admission. If you are a College Credit Plus student, you don’t need to complete an application. Get started by scheduling an appointment with your academic advisor.