A powerful past fuels an ambitious mathematics future

Coca-Cola Bronze Scholar and mathematics major Kwabena Agyemang's appreciation for his family past fuels his ambitious academic future
After active duty in the Army National Guard LCCC grad Sariana Rivera returns to become a surgical technologist

Army National Guard solider trains to be surgical technologist

After active duty in the Army National Guard, LCCC graduate Sariana Rivera returns to become a surgical technologist.

Quiet but mighty nursing grad

Nursing graduate and Florence Nightingale award winner Bianca Young is prepared to advocate for future patients

A lasting Early College High School impression

Nadja Payton was one click away from dropping out of her doctorate program. But she pulled from her experience in Early College High School and persisted.
How Jim Goforth found new life in LCCC’s sustainable agriculture program

A healthy harvest through sustainable agriculture

How Jim Goforth found new life in Lorain County Community College's sustainable agriculture program

Global company p-Chip makes LCCC its microchip manufacturing home

Bill Eibon searched all across North America for a facility where p-Chip Corporation could manufacture and test its authentication and tracing microchip. He found the ideal high-tech destination at Lorain County Community College.

LCCC Bridges to Success program introduces Avon high schoolers to in-demand careers

Lorain County Community College and Avon High School pilot Bridges to Success program to help high school seniors plan for post graduation

LCCC “Micro Prof” Dr. Harry Kestler inspires next generation of researchers

Microbiology professor Dr. Harry Kestler is a pioneer in HIV/AIDS research. And at LCCC he has spent decades inspiring future generations of scientific researchers.

Choosing to stay in sonography

When Tasha Miller thought she’d have to choose between work and staying in LCCC’s sonography program, faculty stepped in to help.