Trailblazers in microelectronic manufacturing

Three students make history as the first graduates of LCCC’s bachelor of applied science degree in microelectronic manufacturing

Tell us your story

What's your LCCC story? Share your LCCC experience with our storytelling team.

With the right support anything’s possible

The Advocacy and Resource Center helped Jamie Morrow break through barriers and achieve her academic goals

The Power of Apprenticeships

LCCC’s long-standing partnership with UAW/Ford Motor Company has given nearly 1,000 local workers apprenticeship opportunities to learn new skills and advance their careers

Transferring toward a thrill-seeking success

How an LCCC start led transfer student Zachary Horvath to BGSU and his dream career

From College Credit Plus to Pre Med

College Credit Plus provided Maria Shenouda a head start toward becoming a physician

Nursing a calling to care

When Heather Horn was ready to pursue her dream of being a nurse she found the confidence and support she needed at LCCC

Transient student is Harvard bound

Will Torres never thought Ivy League schooling was in his future, but with a little help from LCCC that’s where this transient student is today

Rocket Speed to a new MEMS career

In less than two years LCCC’s MEMS program helped Chris Mariner go from working retail to designing circuit boards being sent into space