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50 years ago, on October 3, 1966, Lorain County Community College opened its doors to our permanent campus. Many of you may not be aware that the history of community colleges dates back to 1947 when the Truman Commission had a vision of accessible and affordable post-secondary education. The League of Women Voters, along with local business and community leaders, spearheaded the movement to create our own community college. But it wasn’t until the residents of Lorain County voted to establish a tax levy, which continues to provide critical funding to this day, that Lorain County Community College became a reality. Lorain County Community College was granted a charter to serve Lorain County’s higher education needs on July 15, 1963.

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New on the President’s Blog

New from the LCCC President’s Blog: Celebrating 50 Years of Community ConnectionsBallinger blog photo

50 years ago, on October 3, 1966, Lorain County Community College opened its doors to our permanent campus. Many of you may not be aware that the history of community colleges dates back to 1947 when the Truman Commission had a vision of accessible and affordable post-secondary education. The League of Women Voters, along with local business and community leaders, spearheaded the movement to create our own community college. But it wasn’t until the residents of Lorain County voted to establish a tax levy, which continues to provide critical funding to this day, that Lorain County Community College became a reality. Lorain County Community College was granted a charter to serve Lorain County’s higher education needs on July 15, 1963.

Read more on the blog.

Follow @PresBallinger on Twitter.

New on the President’s Blog

New from the LCCC President’s Blog: Celebrating 50 Years of Community ConnectionsBallinger blog photo

50 years ago, on October 3, 1966, Lorain County Community College opened its doors to our permanent campus. Many of you may not be aware that the history of community colleges dates back to 1947 when the Truman Commission had a vision of accessible and affordable post-secondary education. The League of Women Voters, along with local business and community leaders, spearheaded the movement to create our own community college. But it wasn’t until the residents of Lorain County voted to establish a tax levy, which continues to provide critical funding to this day, that Lorain County Community College became a reality. Lorain County Community College was granted a charter to serve Lorain County’s higher education needs on July 15, 1963.

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Follow @PresBallinger on Twitter.

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  • Community

    Lorain County Community College offers new culinary fun classes open to the community. The one-session classes begin October 20 and run through March 24 at the Ben and Jane Norton Culinary Arts Center in the LCCC culinary facilities. Classes are led by award-winning chefs geared toward a wide range of adults and children. Participants can […]

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  • Economic Development

    The development of Lorain County’s workforce needs is a subject that gets discussed in every city, every school system, every business meeting and in every family. Lorain County is in a constant battle to match up companies in need of qualified and trained workers with individuals looking for careers to remain and raise their family […]

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  • Education

    Lorain County Community College is one of six colleges nationally, and the only one in Ohio, to be chosen to participate in an innovative program that provides intellectual property curriculum for entrepreneurs at the undergraduate level. The program is a partnership through the National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship (NACCE) and the Michelson 20M Foundation. […]

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  • Culture

    Lorain County Community College’s Stocker Arts Center presents “Artrageous” as the opening event of the 2017-2018 Performing Artists Series at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 17 in the Hoke Theatre. Imagine an artist creating a masterpiece before your eyes in mere moments. With a palette that also mixes captivating vocals, intricate choreography and exciting audience […]

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