Veterans and Military Service Members


Message to the LCCC campus and community:

We understand that the recent events in Afghanistan are especially difficult for veterans, military personnel and their families. Adding to the heartache is the devastating loss of U.S. Navy Corpsman Maxton Soviak of Berlin Heights, who was one of 13 U.S. service members killed in a terrorist attack at Kabul Airport. Max’s family has a long-standing connection to LCCC and he attended EHOVE through Edison High School where he graduated in 2017. We know that many of you knew him personally and are directly impacted by the tragic loss.

Lorain County Community College stands ready to support you. Whether you are a student, community member, veteran or active-duty service member – we are here for you. Please visit LCCC’s Veterans Services office or our Advocacy and Resource Center to find support tailored to meet your needs.

As the brave men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces continue to sacrifice to keep us safe at home, Lorain County Community College remains committed to serving those who serve our country – today and going forward. Our continued thoughts are with the Soviak family, service members and veterans, and all those affected by the situation in Afghanistan.



LCCC Veterans Services Logo

At LCCC, we are committed to serving veterans, active duty personnel, reservists, National Guard and their family members, as they begin life’s next mission. The Veterans Services Center acts as a liaison with Veterans Administration to certify enrollment for students utilizing G.I. Bill or Vocational Rehabilitation benefits. We can also assist you with the resources needed to remove any barriers to your academic, career and life goals.

Tips for Servicemembers and Veterans


Anika Coleman

Anika Coleman

After spending nearly half her life serving in the United States Army, Anika Colemen turned her focus to her family, pursuing a college education, and working in a career she loves.

The Courage to Finally Finish


Getting Started

LCCC takes pride in having services specific to military-connected students. We will not only ensure you have a smooth transition but will make sure that you have the necessary support and resources to accomplish your educational goals. Our office will also assist you with getting connected to campus and community resources.

Welcome to LCCC and thank you for your service!


Enrollment Process


  1. Meet with our School Certifying Officials (SCO’s) to discuss your education benefits

    Kate Lentz
    (440) 366-7388

  2. Apply for admission to LCCC     
  3. Apply for and/or transfer VA Education Benefits from another school or university to LCCC
  4. Request official transcripts to be sent to LCCC (High School, GED, College, and Military)
    ATTN: Transfer Center
    1005 N. Abbe Rd
    Elyria, OH 44035
    Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard transcripts 
    Air Force transcripts  
  5. Apply for FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)
    Students using VA/DoD education benefits are still able to receive financial aid. These additional funds can help pay for any tuition, fees, books and supplies not covered by your VA benefits.
  6. Take the Accuplacer Assessment Test
    You will need to take the Accuplacer Assessment before scheduling classes. The Accuplacer Assessment will identify your placement into English and Math courses.
  7. Create a MyCampus Account
    MyCampus is the online tool LCCC students use to register for classes, access student emails and much more
  8. Complete the New Student Orientation and College Student Inventory
    All students are required to complete the College Student Inventory (CSI). The CSI helps create an open dialogue with your advisor regarding individual support and challenges you may face in starting college. You can complete the CSI and orientation through you MyCampus account.
  9. Register for Classes
    You can register through your MyCampus account or at Enrollment Services. (You may only register for classes that apply directly to your degree program)
  10. Complete your Online Certification Request
    You must complete a Certification Request every semester, in order to receive VA funding.
  11. Purchase Books
    Be sure to ask about our Veteran Book Borrowing Program!
  12. Start Your Classes!

For more information about your education, benefits, community resources and other external services please contact our office at or (440) 366-7378.

Association of Veterans Education Certifying Officials


*GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government web site.