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Three of Lorain County Community College’s Psi Beta community college psychology national honor society research teams have been recognized for their in-depth research, an exciting feat for a community college research team. Their work will be featured at the Ohio Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference at Ohio Dominican University in Columbus, and one group has been […]

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Lorain County Community College’s culinary students were awarded a whopping seven medals at the Greater Ohio Culinary Classic, including LCCC’s first two gold medals in the competition, earned by Jack Wagner and Jordan Krystowski. LCCC hosted the event at the Norton Culinary Arts Center in mid-January and took home five bronze medals, as well — […]

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Lorain County Community College’s student-run restaurant reopens for spring semester Tuesday, January 30 with a new name – Sage & Seed – but with the same commitment to providing a sophisticated dining experience for its patrons. Formerly known as the Rathskeller, the restaurant allows culinary arts students to showcase a locally-sourced menu to the public. […]

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More than 80 people – many of them farmers from Lorain County – participated in a town hall discussion and brainstorming session on the challenges and opportunities facing Lorain County’s agricultural economy recently at Lorain County Community College. The discussion followed the viewing of the documentary, “Forgotten Farms,” which examines the past and discusses a vision for […]

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Flames shoot through the air. Water changes colors to create a rainbow. Eggs obey instructions scribbled on their shells. And shards of broken glass reform together to create a perfect beaker. These wonders and more await viewers of Lorain County Community College Chemistry Professor Regan Silvestri’s one-man show “Magical Science!” But – spoiler alert – […]

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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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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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The Wellington Center thrives as one of Lorain County Community College’s learning centers, offering residents of Southern Lorain County a chance to pursue higher education with the added convenience of being close to home. It’s the 10th year Wellington continues the LCCC tradition with a personal, smaller atmosphere that focuses on general education and business courses. […]

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Generations of Learning at LCCC

Date Posted: July 5, 2017

Kierstyn Boddy, 20, and 86-year-old Patricia Jackson make up part of four generations of Lorain County Community College graduates in their family. Boddy graduated in May, 50 years after her great-grandmother Jackson graduated in 1967. Jackson had returned to school at age 34 with five children. Jackson, her son (Boddy’s grandfather), her granddaughter (Boddy’s mother) […]

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Landing your next job means knowing the right people – and a whole lot of other things. Job seekers can get information, tips and valuable job searching advice twice a month at the Transitions networking group hosted by Lorain County Community College’s Career Services. Transitions is a free networking group for business professionals that meets […]

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Gamaliel Narvaez, a 2014 graduate of Lorain County Early College High School is thriving after his success in the program. He was accepted for undergraduate studies at Harvard University but chose The Ohio State University instead. This May he will complete a double major in philosophy and political science. The 21-year-old from Lorain plans to […]

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Community

Three of Lorain County Community College’s Psi Beta community college psychology national honor society research teams have been recognized for their in-depth research, an exciting feat for a community college research team. Their work will be featured at the Ohio Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference at Ohio Dominican University in Columbus, and one group has been […]

Read the full article...

Archived Stories


Lorain County Community College’s culinary students were awarded a whopping seven medals at the Greater Ohio Culinary Classic, including LCCC’s first two gold medals in the competition, earned by Jack Wagner and Jordan Krystowski. LCCC hosted the event at the Norton Culinary Arts Center in mid-January and took home five bronze medals, as well — […]

Read the full article...

Lorain County Community College’s student-run restaurant reopens for spring semester Tuesday, January 30 with a new name – Sage & Seed – but with the same commitment to providing a sophisticated dining experience for its patrons. Formerly known as the Rathskeller, the restaurant allows culinary arts students to showcase a locally-sourced menu to the public. […]

Read the full article...

More than 80 people – many of them farmers from Lorain County – participated in a town hall discussion and brainstorming session on the challenges and opportunities facing Lorain County’s agricultural economy recently at Lorain County Community College. The discussion followed the viewing of the documentary, “Forgotten Farms,” which examines the past and discusses a vision for […]

Read the full article...

Flames shoot through the air. Water changes colors to create a rainbow. Eggs obey instructions scribbled on their shells. And shards of broken glass reform together to create a perfect beaker. These wonders and more await viewers of Lorain County Community College Chemistry Professor Regan Silvestri’s one-man show “Magical Science!” But – spoiler alert – […]

Read the full article...

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 […]

Read the full article...

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 […]

Read the full article...

The Wellington Center thrives as one of Lorain County Community College’s learning centers, offering residents of Southern Lorain County a chance to pursue higher education with the added convenience of being close to home. It’s the 10th year Wellington continues the LCCC tradition with a personal, smaller atmosphere that focuses on general education and business courses. […]

Read the full article...
Generations of Learning at LCCC

Date Posted: July 5, 2017

Kierstyn Boddy, 20, and 86-year-old Patricia Jackson make up part of four generations of Lorain County Community College graduates in their family. Boddy graduated in May, 50 years after her great-grandmother Jackson graduated in 1967. Jackson had returned to school at age 34 with five children. Jackson, her son (Boddy’s grandfather), her granddaughter (Boddy’s mother) […]

Read the full article...

Landing your next job means knowing the right people – and a whole lot of other things. Job seekers can get information, tips and valuable job searching advice twice a month at the Transitions networking group hosted by Lorain County Community College’s Career Services. Transitions is a free networking group for business professionals that meets […]

Read the full article...

Gamaliel Narvaez, a 2014 graduate of Lorain County Early College High School is thriving after his success in the program. He was accepted for undergraduate studies at Harvard University but chose The Ohio State University instead. This May he will complete a double major in philosophy and political science. The 21-year-old from Lorain plans to […]

Read the full article...
Community

Three of Lorain County Community College’s Psi Beta community college psychology national honor society research teams have been recognized for their in-depth research, an exciting feat for a community college research team. Their work will be featured at the Ohio Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference at Ohio Dominican University in Columbus, and one group has been […]

Read the full article...

Archived Stories


Lorain County Community College’s culinary students were awarded a whopping seven medals at the Greater Ohio Culinary Classic, including LCCC’s first two gold medals in the competition, earned by Jack Wagner and Jordan Krystowski. LCCC hosted the event at the Norton Culinary Arts Center in mid-January and took home five bronze medals, as well — […]

Read the full article...

Lorain County Community College’s student-run restaurant reopens for spring semester Tuesday, January 30 with a new name – Sage & Seed – but with the same commitment to providing a sophisticated dining experience for its patrons. Formerly known as the Rathskeller, the restaurant allows culinary arts students to showcase a locally-sourced menu to the public. […]

Read the full article...
Two women and a man stand in front of the screen for the Forgotten Farms film.

More than 80 people – many of them farmers from Lorain County – participated in a town hall discussion and brainstorming session on the challenges and opportunities facing Lorain County’s agricultural economy recently at Lorain County Community College. The discussion followed the viewing of the documentary, “Forgotten Farms,” which examines the past and discusses a vision for […]

Read the full article...
Regan Silvestri holds a tube with rainbow liquid.

Flames shoot through the air. Water changes colors to create a rainbow. Eggs obey instructions scribbled on their shells. And shards of broken glass reform together to create a perfect beaker. These wonders and more await viewers of Lorain County Community College Chemistry Professor Regan Silvestri’s one-man show “Magical Science!” But – spoiler alert – […]

Read the full article...

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 […]

Read the full article...
A blue rock with the letters of the Sigma Theta Phi fraternity.

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 […]

Read the full article...

The Wellington Center thrives as one of Lorain County Community College’s learning centers, offering residents of Southern Lorain County a chance to pursue higher education with the added convenience of being close to home. It’s the 10th year Wellington continues the LCCC tradition with a personal, smaller atmosphere that focuses on general education and business courses. […]

Read the full article...
Generations of Learning at LCCC

Date Posted: July 5, 2017

Kierstyn Boddy, 20, and 86-year-old Patricia Jackson make up part of four generations of Lorain County Community College graduates in their family. Boddy graduated in May, 50 years after her great-grandmother Jackson graduated in 1967. Jackson had returned to school at age 34 with five children. Jackson, her son (Boddy’s grandfather), her granddaughter (Boddy’s mother) […]

Read the full article...

Landing your next job means knowing the right people – and a whole lot of other things. Job seekers can get information, tips and valuable job searching advice twice a month at the Transitions networking group hosted by Lorain County Community College’s Career Services. Transitions is a free networking group for business professionals that meets […]

Read the full article...

Gamaliel Narvaez, a 2014 graduate of Lorain County Early College High School is thriving after his success in the program. He was accepted for undergraduate studies at Harvard University but chose The Ohio State University instead. This May he will complete a double major in philosophy and political science. The 21-year-old from Lorain plans to […]

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