Jimmy Lopez - man in medical scrubs holding a glass award

Driven to Succeed

Lorain native and father-of-five Jimmy Lopez found his calling through LCCC’s nursing program

Tell us your story

What's your LCCC story? Share your LCCC experience with our storytelling team.
Brandy Spradlin dressed in nurse scrubs leaning on a table beside a hospital bed

Navigating Challenges

A car accident sparked Brandy Spradlin’s dream of becoming a nurse. Twenty years later, this mom of 11 is poised to graduate from nursing school.
Luke Peters - Young man smiling, leaning on a white railing

Focused Determination

Elyria’s Luke Peters hasn’t let medical challenges slow him down. He graduated high school with two associate degrees and entered CSU’s Mandel Honors College as a junior – all debt-free.

Student Dental Clinic serves the community

LCCC dental hygiene students gain practical experience and have seen more than 10,000 patients since 1999

Charting a course to a medical career

Navy veteran Christopher McGee found his niche in respiratory therapy with the help of LCCC’s Veterans Services

Following her heart

North Ridgeville’s Darlene Rishel found her confidence — and a new career — in the medical field
Wendy Blount

Being all you can be

Retired Blackhawk helicopter pilot and North Ridgeville resident Wendy Blount makes a career change through the college’s nursing program

MEMS grads in high demand

College first in Ohio to offer highly specialized bachelor's degree

Prior learning earns Sherry Lupica a needed certification – at no cost

Life is the greatest teacher, and Lorain County Community College is awarding students college credits for that experience.