100% of LCCC Class of 2013 Medical Laboratory Students Pass National Exam

For the fourth year in a row, the pass rate for Lorain County Community College students on the Medical Laboratory Technician exam was 100 percent.

All 11 of the LCCC students who took the exam this year passed with flying colors.

For the fourth year in a row, the pass rate for Lorain County Community College students on the Medical Laboratory Technician exam was 100 percent.

All 11 of the LCCC students who took the exam this year passed with flying colors.

The LCCC perfect pass rate exceeds the national pass rate of 78 percent.  Additionally, LCCC students scored 15 percent higher than the national mean score.

“It is very gratifying to see the graduates perform so well on a national level, and it is a testament to the strong educational programs here at LCCC, as well as to the hard work the students put into their educational goals,” said James Daly, program director of LCCC’s Clinical Laboratory Science Technology and Phlebotomy programs.

Jesse Meier enrolled in the MLT program well aware of the tradition of all students passing the exam. He was pleased that he and his classmates again performed well.

“After passing the certification exam I felt an overwhelming sense of relief and accomplishment. I was not surprised my classmates passed due to the program’s previous success,” the Amherst man said.

Meier is now working as a Medical Laboratory Technician at Fairview Hospital. He credits the LCCC program and instructors for helping him achieve his goal.

“Professors Daly, Cheryl Selvage, and Melanie Forren are most excellent teachers and wonderful people. They have helped me tremendously with jump starting my career in clinical laboratory science,” Meier said.

To learn more about the medical laboratory technician program and other Allied Health and Nursing programs at LCCC, visit www.lorainccc.edu/alliedhealth.

 

 

 

100% of LCCC Class of 2013 Medical Laboratory Students Pass National Exam

For the fourth year in a row, the pass rate for Lorain County Community College students on the Medical Laboratory Technician exam was 100 percent.

All 11 of the LCCC students who took the exam this year passed with flying colors.

For the fourth year in a row, the pass rate for Lorain County Community College students on the Medical Laboratory Technician exam was 100 percent.

All 11 of the LCCC students who took the exam this year passed with flying colors.

The LCCC perfect pass rate exceeds the national pass rate of 78 percent.  Additionally, LCCC students scored 15 percent higher than the national mean score.

“It is very gratifying to see the graduates perform so well on a national level, and it is a testament to the strong educational programs here at LCCC, as well as to the hard work the students put into their educational goals,” said James Daly, program director of LCCC’s Clinical Laboratory Science Technology and Phlebotomy programs.

Jesse Meier enrolled in the MLT program well aware of the tradition of all students passing the exam. He was pleased that he and his classmates again performed well.

“After passing the certification exam I felt an overwhelming sense of relief and accomplishment. I was not surprised my classmates passed due to the program’s previous success,” the Amherst man said.

Meier is now working as a Medical Laboratory Technician at Fairview Hospital. He credits the LCCC program and instructors for helping him achieve his goal.

“Professors Daly, Cheryl Selvage, and Melanie Forren are most excellent teachers and wonderful people. They have helped me tremendously with jump starting my career in clinical laboratory science,” Meier said.

To learn more about the medical laboratory technician program and other Allied Health and Nursing programs at LCCC, visit www.lorainccc.edu/alliedhealth.

 

 

 

100% of LCCC Class of 2013 Medical Laboratory Students Pass National Exam

For the fourth year in a row, the pass rate for Lorain County Community College students on the Medical Laboratory Technician exam was 100 percent.

All 11 of the LCCC students who took the exam this year passed with flying colors.

For the fourth year in a row, the pass rate for Lorain County Community College students on the Medical Laboratory Technician exam was 100 percent.

All 11 of the LCCC students who took the exam this year passed with flying colors.

The LCCC perfect pass rate exceeds the national pass rate of 78 percent.  Additionally, LCCC students scored 15 percent higher than the national mean score.

“It is very gratifying to see the graduates perform so well on a national level, and it is a testament to the strong educational programs here at LCCC, as well as to the hard work the students put into their educational goals,” said James Daly, program director of LCCC’s Clinical Laboratory Science Technology and Phlebotomy programs.

Jesse Meier enrolled in the MLT program well aware of the tradition of all students passing the exam. He was pleased that he and his classmates again performed well.

“After passing the certification exam I felt an overwhelming sense of relief and accomplishment. I was not surprised my classmates passed due to the program’s previous success,” the Amherst man said.

Meier is now working as a Medical Laboratory Technician at Fairview Hospital. He credits the LCCC program and instructors for helping him achieve his goal.

“Professors Daly, Cheryl Selvage, and Melanie Forren are most excellent teachers and wonderful people. They have helped me tremendously with jump starting my career in clinical laboratory science,” Meier said.

To learn more about the medical laboratory technician program and other Allied Health and Nursing programs at LCCC, visit www.lorainccc.edu/alliedhealth.

 

 

 

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