Register for Courses at the New University Partnership Ridge Campus

{mosimage}The University Partnership Ridge Campus (UPRC) of Lorain County Community College is open and serving students in information technology and other in-demand fields.

A 10-week session of LCCC classes will begin on Monday, February 25. Registration can be completed at the UPRC or in the Bass Library and Community Resource Center on LCCC’s main campus in Elyria.

Courses are already underway at the UPRC for students in The University of Toledo’s Computer Science and Engineering program through LCCC’s University Partnership.

UPRC offers degree programs in digital forensics, web development, information systems, computer science and engineering, entrepreneurship, network communications and many more.

{mosimage}The University Partnership Ridge Campus (UPRC) of Lorain County Community College is open and serving students in information technology and other in-demand fields.

A 10-week session of LCCC classes will begin on Monday, February 25. Registration can be completed at the UPRC or in the Bass Library and Community Resource Center on LCCC’s main campus in Elyria.

Courses are already underway at the UPRC for students in The University of Toledo’s Computer Science and Engineering program through LCCC’s University Partnership.

UPRC offers degree programs in digital forensics, web development, information systems, computer science and engineering, entrepreneurship, network communications and many more. These programs are designed to get local students trained and ready to enter the workforce in these high-demand areas.

"Each year, 2,500 IT jobs go unfilled in Northeast Ohio. It is exciting that LCCC is able to bring these programs that will prepare students for these jobs to this area," said Peggy Michener, executive coordinator of the UPRC. "The objective is to educate and train a workforce for the region’s IT jobs."
UPRC is conveniently located in North Ridgeville on Lorain Road adjacent to the Interstate 480 east entrance ramp.

For more information about UPRC, visit www.lorainccc.edu/ridge or call (440) 366-4800.

Register for Courses at the New University Partnership Ridge Campus

{mosimage}The University Partnership Ridge Campus (UPRC) of Lorain County Community College is open and serving students in information technology and other in-demand fields.

A 10-week session of LCCC classes will begin on Monday, February 25. Registration can be completed at the UPRC or in the Bass Library and Community Resource Center on LCCC’s main campus in Elyria.

Courses are already underway at the UPRC for students in The University of Toledo’s Computer Science and Engineering program through LCCC’s University Partnership.

UPRC offers degree programs in digital forensics, web development, information systems, computer science and engineering, entrepreneurship, network communications and many more.

{mosimage}The University Partnership Ridge Campus (UPRC) of Lorain County Community College is open and serving students in information technology and other in-demand fields.

A 10-week session of LCCC classes will begin on Monday, February 25. Registration can be completed at the UPRC or in the Bass Library and Community Resource Center on LCCC’s main campus in Elyria.

Courses are already underway at the UPRC for students in The University of Toledo’s Computer Science and Engineering program through LCCC’s University Partnership.

UPRC offers degree programs in digital forensics, web development, information systems, computer science and engineering, entrepreneurship, network communications and many more. These programs are designed to get local students trained and ready to enter the workforce in these high-demand areas.

"Each year, 2,500 IT jobs go unfilled in Northeast Ohio. It is exciting that LCCC is able to bring these programs that will prepare students for these jobs to this area," said Peggy Michener, executive coordinator of the UPRC. "The objective is to educate and train a workforce for the region’s IT jobs."
UPRC is conveniently located in North Ridgeville on Lorain Road adjacent to the Interstate 480 east entrance ramp.

For more information about UPRC, visit www.lorainccc.edu/ridge or call (440) 366-4800.

Register for Courses at the New University Partnership Ridge Campus

{mosimage}The University Partnership Ridge Campus (UPRC) of Lorain County Community College is open and serving students in information technology and other in-demand fields.

A 10-week session of LCCC classes will begin on Monday, February 25. Registration can be completed at the UPRC or in the Bass Library and Community Resource Center on LCCC’s main campus in Elyria.

Courses are already underway at the UPRC for students in The University of Toledo’s Computer Science and Engineering program through LCCC’s University Partnership.

UPRC offers degree programs in digital forensics, web development, information systems, computer science and engineering, entrepreneurship, network communications and many more.

{mosimage}The University Partnership Ridge Campus (UPRC) of Lorain County Community College is open and serving students in information technology and other in-demand fields.

A 10-week session of LCCC classes will begin on Monday, February 25. Registration can be completed at the UPRC or in the Bass Library and Community Resource Center on LCCC’s main campus in Elyria.

Courses are already underway at the UPRC for students in The University of Toledo’s Computer Science and Engineering program through LCCC’s University Partnership.

UPRC offers degree programs in digital forensics, web development, information systems, computer science and engineering, entrepreneurship, network communications and many more. These programs are designed to get local students trained and ready to enter the workforce in these high-demand areas.

"Each year, 2,500 IT jobs go unfilled in Northeast Ohio. It is exciting that LCCC is able to bring these programs that will prepare students for these jobs to this area," said Peggy Michener, executive coordinator of the UPRC. "The objective is to educate and train a workforce for the region’s IT jobs."
UPRC is conveniently located in North Ridgeville on Lorain Road adjacent to the Interstate 480 east entrance ramp.

For more information about UPRC, visit www.lorainccc.edu/ridge or call (440) 366-4800.

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