Students With Prior Convictions

If you are an LCCC student with a criminal record, know that we are committed to helping you overcome barriers so you can achieve academic success – and then employment. Find out more about this college support service, along with useful resources to help you achieve your goals, enhance your overall confidence and increase your level of comfort as you navigate the college setting.

Second Chance Academic Advisor: Julie Ford (440) 366-7664

Student Ride-Share Program

LCCC’s student ride-share program connects student drivers and riders. After the connection is made, then driving arrangements will be made privately between the parties, including schedules and driver compensation. If this interests you, fill out the form found here, listing your riding/driving preferences. This information, along with your campus schedule, will be kept on file. When your scheduling preferences and needs match that of another student, you will be contacted by Student Life personnel.

Housing Assistance

Women’s Link provides a listing of houses, apartments and rooms for rent, as well as roommate situations. Some opportunities on the list may be available as month-to-month leasing from private homeowners or renters. Information is also available about HUD and its current housing list, plus:

  • emergency housing resources
  • shelters and organizations that offer assistance with utility bills and rent

Find more information about housing at Women’s Link.

Veterans Services

LCCC has been designated a military friendly school, putting us in the top 15 percent of schools in the United States when it comes to delivering the best experience for military students. We strive to provide our military and veteran students with all the necessary tools for them to be successful – and you can find information about student veteran services here.

WE3 – Support for Hard-Working Single Moms

You’re not alone! Join our network of women who learn together and support one another. WE3 (Women Empowered, Educated and Employed) is a community collaborative focused on helping hard-working single moms increase their earning capacity to become and remain economically secure and self-sufficient. 


Suicide Prevention Resources

Whether you are personally in crisis or know of someone else who is, it’s important to reach out for help – and nowhere is this truer than with suicide prevention. We care about all students, and so are providing professional resources and hotline numbers, along with a link to a free and confidential mental health screening tool. Find these suicide prevention resources here.

Addiction Recovery

It can be tough when you’re managing your recovery from addiction while earning your education. To help, we offer addiction recovery group meetings, along with opportunities for personal counseling and information about professional recovery resources.