LCCC and the University Partnership Make College Affordable

Dear Friends and Neighbors,

{mosimage}Over 85 percent of Ohio’s high pay, in demand jobs require postsecondary education, but college affordability is a question for many. Lorain County Community College and our University Partnership are the answer. Our students save tens of thousands and earn high quality academic and workplace credentials. LCCC is rated among America’s best community colleges.

Students here get high quality education, low tuition and little or no debt. To start off college or a career, upgrade job skills or earn technical credentials, LCCC is a tremendous value. Our University Partnership offers great four-year degrees at up to $40,000 less than university campuses.

LCCC’s great value is why 50 percent of local new graduates who go to college start at LCCC, reflecting a national trend. Half of all U.S. college students now live at home. LCCC and our University Partnership can help you move up while living at home.

Choosing an affordable, quality, local college is a good financial decision too. Forty percent of college borrowers delay major purchases like a home or a car, and 27 percent moved back home to save money. Staying away from excessive college debt can change your life.

College needs to be affordable so you can focus on your education, not worry about looming debt. It must create opportunities, not problems that hold you back. That makes LCCC the right choice.

College at LCCC is definitely "worth it." Please visit www.lorainccc.edu or call 800-365-5222. You can enroll for fall now.

Sincerely,

Roy A. Church
President, Lorain County Community College

LCCC and the University Partnership Make College Affordable

Dear Friends and Neighbors,

{mosimage}Over 85 percent of Ohio’s high pay, in demand jobs require postsecondary education, but college affordability is a question for many. Lorain County Community College and our University Partnership are the answer. Our students save tens of thousands and earn high quality academic and workplace credentials. LCCC is rated among America’s best community colleges.

Students here get high quality education, low tuition and little or no debt. To start off college or a career, upgrade job skills or earn technical credentials, LCCC is a tremendous value. Our University Partnership offers great four-year degrees at up to $40,000 less than university campuses.

LCCC’s great value is why 50 percent of local new graduates who go to college start at LCCC, reflecting a national trend. Half of all U.S. college students now live at home. LCCC and our University Partnership can help you move up while living at home.

Choosing an affordable, quality, local college is a good financial decision too. Forty percent of college borrowers delay major purchases like a home or a car, and 27 percent moved back home to save money. Staying away from excessive college debt can change your life.

College needs to be affordable so you can focus on your education, not worry about looming debt. It must create opportunities, not problems that hold you back. That makes LCCC the right choice.

College at LCCC is definitely "worth it." Please visit www.lorainccc.edu or call 800-365-5222. You can enroll for fall now.

Sincerely,

Roy A. Church
President, Lorain County Community College

LCCC and the University Partnership Make College Affordable

Dear Friends and Neighbors,

{mosimage}Over 85 percent of Ohio’s high pay, in demand jobs require postsecondary education, but college affordability is a question for many. Lorain County Community College and our University Partnership are the answer. Our students save tens of thousands and earn high quality academic and workplace credentials. LCCC is rated among America’s best community colleges.

Students here get high quality education, low tuition and little or no debt. To start off college or a career, upgrade job skills or earn technical credentials, LCCC is a tremendous value. Our University Partnership offers great four-year degrees at up to $40,000 less than university campuses.

LCCC’s great value is why 50 percent of local new graduates who go to college start at LCCC, reflecting a national trend. Half of all U.S. college students now live at home. LCCC and our University Partnership can help you move up while living at home.

Choosing an affordable, quality, local college is a good financial decision too. Forty percent of college borrowers delay major purchases like a home or a car, and 27 percent moved back home to save money. Staying away from excessive college debt can change your life.

College needs to be affordable so you can focus on your education, not worry about looming debt. It must create opportunities, not problems that hold you back. That makes LCCC the right choice.

College at LCCC is definitely "worth it." Please visit www.lorainccc.edu or call 800-365-5222. You can enroll for fall now.

Sincerely,

Roy A. Church
President, Lorain County Community College

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