LCCC Hosts University Partnership Fair for Students and Parents

Lorain County Community College will host a University Partnership Fair from 3-6 p.m. on Thursday, April 6 at College Center Commons on campus.

Students can learn more about earning one of more than 50 bachelor’s or master’s degree on the LCCC campus. University representatives will be on hand to answer questions on admissions, program requirements and how to get started. All are welcome to the event.

LCCC is the first community college in the state to offer a University Partnership. The partnership enables individuals to earn bachelor’s and master’s degrees from any of 12 Ohio universities. Students can save at $50,000 by earning their degree through the University Partnership, compared to the cost of room, board and tuition at other universities. Degrees cover a wide range of specialties, including business administration, biology, computer science and engineering, nursing, public health, education and more.

Partnership schools include Ashland University, Bowling Green State University, BGSU Firelands, Cleveland State University, Hiram College, Kent State University, Lake Erie College, Notre Dame College, Ohio University, The Ohio State University, The University of Akron, The University of Toledo, University of Cincinnati and Youngstown State University.

Classes are held in the LCCC University Center building, a facility designed specifically for students enrolled in University Partnership degree programs. Some courses are also held at the University Partnership Ridge Campus in North Ridgeville. On-campus university partners provide the faculty and curriculum for all University Partnership courses.

For more information please visit http://www.lorainccc.edu/upevents. Click here to RSVP or call (440) 366-4949.

LCCC Hosts University Partnership Fair for Students and Parents

Lorain County Community College will host a University Partnership Fair from 3-6 p.m. on Thursday, April 6 at College Center Commons on campus.

Students can learn more about earning one of more than 50 bachelor’s or master’s degree on the LCCC campus. University representatives will be on hand to answer questions on admissions, program requirements and how to get started. All are welcome to the event.

LCCC is the first community college in the state to offer a University Partnership. The partnership enables individuals to earn bachelor’s and master’s degrees from any of 12 Ohio universities. Students can save at $50,000 by earning their degree through the University Partnership, compared to the cost of room, board and tuition at other universities. Degrees cover a wide range of specialties, including business administration, biology, computer science and engineering, nursing, public health, education and more.

Partnership schools include Ashland University, Bowling Green State University, BGSU Firelands, Cleveland State University, Hiram College, Kent State University, Lake Erie College, Notre Dame College, Ohio University, The Ohio State University, The University of Akron, The University of Toledo, University of Cincinnati and Youngstown State University.

Classes are held in the LCCC University Center building, a facility designed specifically for students enrolled in University Partnership degree programs. Some courses are also held at the University Partnership Ridge Campus in North Ridgeville. On-campus university partners provide the faculty and curriculum for all University Partnership courses.

For more information please visit http://www.lorainccc.edu/upevents. Click here to RSVP or call (440) 366-4949.

LCCC Hosts University Partnership Fair for Students and Parents

Lorain County Community College will host a University Partnership Fair from 3-6 p.m. on Thursday, April 6 at College Center Commons on campus.

Students can learn more about earning one of more than 50 bachelor’s or master’s degree on the LCCC campus. University representatives will be on hand to answer questions on admissions, program requirements and how to get started. All are welcome to the event.

LCCC is the first community college in the state to offer a University Partnership. The partnership enables individuals to earn bachelor’s and master’s degrees from any of 12 Ohio universities. Students can save at $50,000 by earning their degree through the University Partnership, compared to the cost of room, board and tuition at other universities. Degrees cover a wide range of specialties, including business administration, biology, computer science and engineering, nursing, public health, education and more.

Partnership schools include Ashland University, Bowling Green State University, BGSU Firelands, Cleveland State University, Hiram College, Kent State University, Lake Erie College, Notre Dame College, Ohio University, The Ohio State University, The University of Akron, The University of Toledo, University of Cincinnati and Youngstown State University.

Classes are held in the LCCC University Center building, a facility designed specifically for students enrolled in University Partnership degree programs. Some courses are also held at the University Partnership Ridge Campus in North Ridgeville. On-campus university partners provide the faculty and curriculum for all University Partnership courses.

For more information please visit http://www.lorainccc.edu/upevents. Click here to RSVP or call (440) 366-4949.

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