LCCC’s Website is Redesigned Just for YOU!

The new site features a new look, new navigation and updated content.

LCCC’s new website was developed just for you – our students, prospective students, community, businesses and all site visitors.

Our number one goal – provide you with the information you’re looking for, and make it easy to find. To that end, our new new website features an updated navigation, new design, and redeveloped content in the most-visited areas of the website. It’s also mobile responsive, so it looks great on your mobile device.

To minimize the impact on our students, links to MyCampus and Canvas are in the same location on the new website and should be easy to find in the upper-right corner of every page.

We welcome your questions and feedback during this transition
If you find an issue on any page of the new website, simply click on the “Feedback About this Page” link at the bottom-left of every page and complete the feedback form. This will send our web team a link to the page along with your comments.

If you need to contact us directly, please email us at webmaster@lorainccc.edu if you have any concerns, questions or feedback.

LCCC’s Website is Redesigned Just for YOU!

The new site features a new look, new navigation and updated content.

LCCC’s new website was developed just for you – our students, prospective students, community, businesses and all site visitors.

Our number one goal – provide you with the information you’re looking for, and make it easy to find. To that end, our new new website features an updated navigation, new design, and redeveloped content in the most-visited areas of the website. It’s also mobile responsive, so it looks great on your mobile device.

To minimize the impact on our students, links to MyCampus and Canvas are in the same location on the new website and should be easy to find in the upper-right corner of every page.

We welcome your questions and feedback during this transition
If you find an issue on any page of the new website, simply click on the “Feedback About this Page” link at the bottom-left of every page and complete the feedback form. This will send our web team a link to the page along with your comments.

If you need to contact us directly, please email us at webmaster@lorainccc.edu if you have any concerns, questions or feedback.

LCCC’s Website is Redesigned Just for YOU!

The new site features a new look, new navigation and updated content.

LCCC’s new website was developed just for you – our students, prospective students, community, businesses and all site visitors.

Our number one goal – provide you with the information you’re looking for, and make it easy to find. To that end, our new new website features an updated navigation, new design, and redeveloped content in the most-visited areas of the website. It’s also mobile responsive, so it looks great on your mobile device.

To minimize the impact on our students, links to MyCampus and Canvas are in the same location on the new website and should be easy to find in the upper-right corner of every page.

We welcome your questions and feedback during this transition
If you find an issue on any page of the new website, simply click on the “Feedback About this Page” link at the bottom-left of every page and complete the feedback form. This will send our web team a link to the page along with your comments.

If you need to contact us directly, please email us at webmaster@lorainccc.edu if you have any concerns, questions or feedback.

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  • Community

    A group of alumni who were part of the now defunct Sigma Theta Phi fraternity at Lorain County Community College were able to help attain a home for their rock that used to sit outside of their fraternity house during the 1960s. A core group of first-year members still live in the area and celebrated […]

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  • Economic Development

    The Campana Center for Ideation and Invention promotes innovation and job growth in Northeast Ohio with access to cutting-edge digital manufacturing and fabrication capabilities. Growing up in Lorain County, Bob Campana was mesmerized by the manufacturing bustle that defined Northeast Ohio.
“It was a thriving metropolis,” he said, dotted with busy shipyards, steel mills, machine shops, […]

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  • Education

    Associate degree at 18. Bachelor’s degree and rewarding career by 20. Home ownership at 22. Age may be just a number, but the numbers are good for Alexandra Fulton. Fulton, 22, is a graduate of 2013 Lorain County Early College High School and Lorain County Community College, and a 2015 graduate of Baldwin Wallace University. […]

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  • Culture

    Lorain County Community College’s Stocker Arts Center will present SpYder Stompers and Sugar Pie at 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, September 8 and 9 in the Cirigliano Studio Theatre. SpYder Stompers and Sugar Pie create a mix of high-energy blues, country and ragtime tunes. Guests will enjoy the foot stompin’ music for all occasions. […]

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