LCCC’s University Partnership is Best Value in Higher Education

If you plan to earn an advanced degree, LCCC offers courses that are guaranteed to transfer to all state universities in Ohio. You can earn your first two years of college credit at LCCC, then transfer to a state university to complete your degree. LCCC’s innovative blanket tuition program gives students the opportunity to take up to 18 credit hours and pay only for 13 credit hours.

With the LCCC University Partnership, you can earn your bachelor’s degree from any of 12 universities, all located on the LCCC campus. Many of these degrees can be completed with three years of coursework from LCCC (at LCCC rates), and only one year at university rates. There is simply no better value in higher education than the University Partnership at LCCC.

And you don’t sacrifice choice, either. LCCC’s university partners offer a total of 38 bachelor’s and nine master’s degrees in a wide variety of specialties, including business, engineering, health care, education and much more.

Learn more about programs available through LCCC’s University Partnership at www.lorainccc.edu/up.

LCCC’s University Partnership is Best Value in Higher Education

If you plan to earn an advanced degree, LCCC offers courses that are guaranteed to transfer to all state universities in Ohio. You can earn your first two years of college credit at LCCC, then transfer to a state university to complete your degree. LCCC’s innovative blanket tuition program gives students the opportunity to take up to 18 credit hours and pay only for 13 credit hours.

With the LCCC University Partnership, you can earn your bachelor’s degree from any of 12 universities, all located on the LCCC campus. Many of these degrees can be completed with three years of coursework from LCCC (at LCCC rates), and only one year at university rates. There is simply no better value in higher education than the University Partnership at LCCC.

And you don’t sacrifice choice, either. LCCC’s university partners offer a total of 38 bachelor’s and nine master’s degrees in a wide variety of specialties, including business, engineering, health care, education and much more.

Learn more about programs available through LCCC’s University Partnership at www.lorainccc.edu/up.

LCCC’s University Partnership is Best Value in Higher Education

If you plan to earn an advanced degree, LCCC offers courses that are guaranteed to transfer to all state universities in Ohio. You can earn your first two years of college credit at LCCC, then transfer to a state university to complete your degree. LCCC’s innovative blanket tuition program gives students the opportunity to take up to 18 credit hours and pay only for 13 credit hours.

With the LCCC University Partnership, you can earn your bachelor’s degree from any of 12 universities, all located on the LCCC campus. Many of these degrees can be completed with three years of coursework from LCCC (at LCCC rates), and only one year at university rates. There is simply no better value in higher education than the University Partnership at LCCC.

And you don’t sacrifice choice, either. LCCC’s university partners offer a total of 38 bachelor’s and nine master’s degrees in a wide variety of specialties, including business, engineering, health care, education and much more.

Learn more about programs available through LCCC’s University Partnership at www.lorainccc.edu/up.

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