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During the 1980s, April was designated “Community College Month,” as a way to provide awareness to the critical role community colleges play in our country’s higher educational system. The nation’s nearly 1,200 community colleges are considered by higher education scholars to be one of America’s greatest educational successes of the latter half of the 20th […]

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A crowd of 2,300 higher education leaders rose to their feet after listening to an original, heartfelt poem from Lorain County Community College graduate, Kenneth Glynn on Feb. 20, in Nashville, TN. In his poem, Glynn shared a self-described roller coaster journey, from being laid off from a steel mill to embarking on a new […]

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More than 100 Lorain County community members and business, education, and philanthropic leaders gathered January 10 at Lorain County Community College to discuss ways to improve social and economic mobility in Lorain County. David Dodson, president of MDC, served as keynote speaker at the College’s mid-year Convocation in the morning and second annual Community Connection […]

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Lorain County Community College is positioned to offer Ohio’s first bachelor of applied science in microelectronic manufacturing. LCCC is one of six community colleges in the state to receive approval from the Ohio Department of Higher Education to develop applied bachelor’s degrees that meet industry workforce needs. “We are extremely excited to be selected,” said […]

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As registration for spring semester is underway – classes begin January 16 – Lorain County Community College is offering new degrees, a program to convert IT certifications to college credit and several short-term manufacturing and health care training options. Cyber and Information Security Degree The field of cyber security is still evolving right along with […]

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Lorain County Community College hosted The New York Times columnist and Pulitzer Prize winner, Thomas Friedman, as part of the Roy and Bobbi Church Visionary Leadership Speaker Series on Monday, October 30 in the Spitzer Conference Center. More than 300 local leaders attended the breakfast. Friedman discussed how nearly half of today’s jobs will not […]

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Bestselling author of “The World is Flat” and The New York Times foreign affairs columnist, Thomas L. Friedman, will be the keynote speaker at the Roy and Bobbi Church Visionary Leadership Institute’s 2017 Annual Speaker Series. The event will be held from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m., Monday, October 30, in the Spitzer Conference Center […]

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LCCC President Marcia Ballinger talks with a female student on the first day of fall semester. LCCC Welcomes Students to Fall Semester

Date Posted: August 30, 2017

Campus is buzzing as new and returning students swarm Lorain County Community College for fall semester which began on Aug. 28. Nearly 11,000 LCCC students and nearly 3,000 University Partnership are enrolled in classes this semester, including courses at learning centers in North Ridgeville, Lorain and Wellington. More than 120 associate degree and certificate programs […]

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Within the past few weeks, Lorain County Community College has been featured from the U.S. Capitol to our state capitol because of the success of partnerships between the college and local high schools. LCCC President Marcia J. Ballinger, Ph.D., had a fantastic opportunity to participate in a policy forum as one of four panelists at […]

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Lorain County Community College is poised to become the first community college in Ohio to offer an applied bachelor’s degree in microelectronic manufacturing. LCCC’s District Board of Trustees signed a resolution on June 22 in support of the design and launch of the applied bachelor’s degree program. LCCC intends to be among the first community […]

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Jared Dumont, an Army veteran and soon-to-be graduate of Lorain County Community College’s mechatronics technology – micro electromechanical systems (MEMS) associate degree program, didn’t think he was college material – until he met Johnny Vanderford, LCCC’s MEMS instructor. “This program changed my thinking in that I not only can be successful in a college setting, […]

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During the 1980s, April was designated “Community College Month,” as a way to provide awareness to the critical role community colleges play in our country’s higher educational system. The nation’s nearly 1,200 community colleges are considered by higher education scholars to be one of America’s greatest educational successes of the latter half of the 20th […]

Read the full article...

Archived Stories


A crowd of 2,300 higher education leaders rose to their feet after listening to an original, heartfelt poem from Lorain County Community College graduate, Kenneth Glynn on Feb. 20, in Nashville, TN. In his poem, Glynn shared a self-described roller coaster journey, from being laid off from a steel mill to embarking on a new […]

Read the full article...

More than 100 Lorain County community members and business, education, and philanthropic leaders gathered January 10 at Lorain County Community College to discuss ways to improve social and economic mobility in Lorain County. David Dodson, president of MDC, served as keynote speaker at the College’s mid-year Convocation in the morning and second annual Community Connection […]

Read the full article...

Lorain County Community College is positioned to offer Ohio’s first bachelor of applied science in microelectronic manufacturing. LCCC is one of six community colleges in the state to receive approval from the Ohio Department of Higher Education to develop applied bachelor’s degrees that meet industry workforce needs. “We are extremely excited to be selected,” said […]

Read the full article...

As registration for spring semester is underway – classes begin January 16 – Lorain County Community College is offering new degrees, a program to convert IT certifications to college credit and several short-term manufacturing and health care training options. Cyber and Information Security Degree The field of cyber security is still evolving right along with […]

Read the full article...

Lorain County Community College hosted The New York Times columnist and Pulitzer Prize winner, Thomas Friedman, as part of the Roy and Bobbi Church Visionary Leadership Speaker Series on Monday, October 30 in the Spitzer Conference Center. More than 300 local leaders attended the breakfast. Friedman discussed how nearly half of today’s jobs will not […]

Read the full article...

Bestselling author of “The World is Flat” and The New York Times foreign affairs columnist, Thomas L. Friedman, will be the keynote speaker at the Roy and Bobbi Church Visionary Leadership Institute’s 2017 Annual Speaker Series. The event will be held from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m., Monday, October 30, in the Spitzer Conference Center […]

Read the full article...
LCCC President Marcia Ballinger talks with a female student on the first day of fall semester. LCCC Welcomes Students to Fall Semester

Date Posted: August 30, 2017

Campus is buzzing as new and returning students swarm Lorain County Community College for fall semester which began on Aug. 28. Nearly 11,000 LCCC students and nearly 3,000 University Partnership are enrolled in classes this semester, including courses at learning centers in North Ridgeville, Lorain and Wellington. More than 120 associate degree and certificate programs […]

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Within the past few weeks, Lorain County Community College has been featured from the U.S. Capitol to our state capitol because of the success of partnerships between the college and local high schools. LCCC President Marcia J. Ballinger, Ph.D., had a fantastic opportunity to participate in a policy forum as one of four panelists at […]

Read the full article...

Lorain County Community College is poised to become the first community college in Ohio to offer an applied bachelor’s degree in microelectronic manufacturing. LCCC’s District Board of Trustees signed a resolution on June 22 in support of the design and launch of the applied bachelor’s degree program. LCCC intends to be among the first community […]

Read the full article...

Jared Dumont, an Army veteran and soon-to-be graduate of Lorain County Community College’s mechatronics technology – micro electromechanical systems (MEMS) associate degree program, didn’t think he was college material – until he met Johnny Vanderford, LCCC’s MEMS instructor. “This program changed my thinking in that I not only can be successful in a college setting, […]

Read the full article...
Featured Articles

During the 1980s, April was designated “Community College Month,” as a way to provide awareness to the critical role community colleges play in our country’s higher educational system. The nation’s nearly 1,200 community colleges are considered by higher education scholars to be one of America’s greatest educational successes of the latter half of the 20th […]

Read the full article...

Archived Stories


A crowd of 2,300 higher education leaders rose to their feet after listening to an original, heartfelt poem from Lorain County Community College graduate, Kenneth Glynn on Feb. 20, in Nashville, TN. In his poem, Glynn shared a self-described roller coaster journey, from being laid off from a steel mill to embarking on a new […]

Read the full article...

More than 100 Lorain County community members and business, education, and philanthropic leaders gathered January 10 at Lorain County Community College to discuss ways to improve social and economic mobility in Lorain County. David Dodson, president of MDC, served as keynote speaker at the College’s mid-year Convocation in the morning and second annual Community Connection […]

Read the full article...

Lorain County Community College is positioned to offer Ohio’s first bachelor of applied science in microelectronic manufacturing. LCCC is one of six community colleges in the state to receive approval from the Ohio Department of Higher Education to develop applied bachelor’s degrees that meet industry workforce needs. “We are extremely excited to be selected,” said […]

Read the full article...

As registration for spring semester is underway – classes begin January 16 – Lorain County Community College is offering new degrees, a program to convert IT certifications to college credit and several short-term manufacturing and health care training options. Cyber and Information Security Degree The field of cyber security is still evolving right along with […]

Read the full article...
Friedman stands behind a podium

Lorain County Community College hosted The New York Times columnist and Pulitzer Prize winner, Thomas Friedman, as part of the Roy and Bobbi Church Visionary Leadership Speaker Series on Monday, October 30 in the Spitzer Conference Center. More than 300 local leaders attended the breakfast. Friedman discussed how nearly half of today’s jobs will not […]

Read the full article...

Bestselling author of “The World is Flat” and The New York Times foreign affairs columnist, Thomas L. Friedman, will be the keynote speaker at the Roy and Bobbi Church Visionary Leadership Institute’s 2017 Annual Speaker Series. The event will be held from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m., Monday, October 30, in the Spitzer Conference Center […]

Read the full article...
LCCC President Marcia Ballinger talks with a female student on the first day of fall semester.
LCCC Welcomes Students to Fall Semester

Date Posted: August 30, 2017

Campus is buzzing as new and returning students swarm Lorain County Community College for fall semester which began on Aug. 28. Nearly 11,000 LCCC students and nearly 3,000 University Partnership are enrolled in classes this semester, including courses at learning centers in North Ridgeville, Lorain and Wellington. More than 120 associate degree and certificate programs […]

Read the full article...

Within the past few weeks, Lorain County Community College has been featured from the U.S. Capitol to our state capitol because of the success of partnerships between the college and local high schools. LCCC President Marcia J. Ballinger, Ph.D., had a fantastic opportunity to participate in a policy forum as one of four panelists at […]

Read the full article...

Lorain County Community College is poised to become the first community college in Ohio to offer an applied bachelor’s degree in microelectronic manufacturing. LCCC’s District Board of Trustees signed a resolution on June 22 in support of the design and launch of the applied bachelor’s degree program. LCCC intends to be among the first community […]

Read the full article...

Jared Dumont, an Army veteran and soon-to-be graduate of Lorain County Community College’s mechatronics technology – micro electromechanical systems (MEMS) associate degree program, didn’t think he was college material – until he met Johnny Vanderford, LCCC’s MEMS instructor. “This program changed my thinking in that I not only can be successful in a college setting, […]

Read the full article...

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