In my opinion, LCCC is a wonderful and affordable institution. With endless opportunities and passionate professors, the college has allowed me to pursue a degree I am passionate about while maintaining financial stability and professional flexibility.
Lorain County Community College is a great place for people to start off on their walk to getting a higher degree in whatever type of career they wish to pursue. The college is great to start off in getting basic classes out of the way and earning an Associates degree, before moving on to a University to pursue a Bachelors or Masters degree.
I would say the school has some pretty amazing teachers. Everywhere you go there is always someone there to help. There are a variety of programs offered at the school and it is a great environment to be at. I enjoy every moment being at school and the teachers make learning a fun experience.
LCCC has given me so much in the short amount of time that I’ve attended. I had the opportunity to run cross country and run at the NJCAA DIII national meet in Boston. In addition to athletics I have been very successful in the classroom and have earned straight A’s since I’ve attended LCCC following high school. This success is made possible by my professors and their contributions to the courses. LCCC was named the community college for student success in 2018 and it really lives up to that title.
It is nothing special but it is a good college to go to for cheap in order to save some money before going somewhere else or to take classes during the summer. It's also great for taking classes during high school. I don't have any experience with other community college, but I would say that this is a good one.
The real problem with LCCC is the administration. The campus is very nice, the teachers are decent, and it's pretty affordable. But all that means nothing when the people who work in their offices range from indifferent to flat out rude to completely vacant. Literally no one has any idea what's going on or how to help you. So if you have a problem, be prepared to be sent all over campus on a wild goose chase and leave hours later with nothing accomplished.
Lorain County Community was the first community college in the whole state of Ohio and is currently one of the best ones in the country! I compared community colleges down south but didn't come close. It has great buildings, great teachers, great this and that it provides, but the one thing the school can't control is the people in it. Almost everyone looks unhappy or in a hurry to go somewhere since that's the atmosphere of a community college than a University. Many workers in areas don't know answers to questions, since they don't care to know more than what their job requires. Students don't know how lucky they are to have what they have, since they just want to have fun in a real college life, without thinking if they went sooner it will put them more into debt with student loans and working to death. What's worst is almost everyone is on their cellphones in the hallways having little or no physically human interaction or ignoring others with being in their own world. You can call High School a Prison, I call community college an asylum. The negative has not been all bad since it has motivated me to create characters and stories with heavy cell phone use to scare people on what their really doing to themselves and the environment around them. The president of our college is the true voice of the building if the building could talk! Reminding us that they care about us and how lucky we are to be here.
LCCC is a remarkable resource to our community here in North East Ohio. With a wide variety of educational offerings, and partnership with many other In-State Universities, pursuit of any educational path is available. This school provides state of the art technologies, such as 3-D printers, that even President Barack Obama recently made a visit to admire the facilities. With access to the campus's supercomputer's, many local business benefit as well as students. The school is making great headway in Entrepreneurial Studies. They offer the resources and knowledge needed to create any startup venture. LCCC is not your everyday, affordable, local college. This school is a gateway to a "Real education for a real future."
Its a pretty well put together school. The professors are either very good, or very bad, there is no in between. You are minutes from a very populated area, lots of food and activities near the campus. The on campus housing could be better, and definitely less expensive. Its affordable and the people are easy to get along with.
Lorain is a top notch community college. I moved to Ohio from Tennessee and the opportunities, academics, and financial support provided to me have been outstanding. All of the advisers and professors and there to help you and provide all the assistance needed to excel. If you are looking to transfer to a larger school like I am there is no place better than LCCC. They work hand and hand with you and the college you are looking into to make sure both school requirements are met, and help make the transition as easy as possible.
good school to start your educational journey and is cheap enough for the basic courses you need for a degree. i would recommend this college for anyone who want to get back into higher education after a long break from high school. overall the college is a solid place to learn and grow.
I really enjoy attending Lorain County Community College! The class sizes are small so you really have a chance to interact with your professor and even get one on one help! They have amazing tutoring centers to help so you never have to worry about failing a class and the campus is absolutely beautiful!
Being a community college, it is a commuter college. Many students begin their academic career with Lorain County Community College, and then continue their education with a university. Other students graduate from Lorain County Community College with their degree. LCCC provides students the opportunity to earn a degree, or complete classes towards a degree at a much lower cost than other colleges and universities, which is great for many students. Almost all of the students at LCCC attend after graduating from Lorain High School (the only high school in our city) so there is an amazing sense of unity and community with the students. The college is in a relatively busy area (for our city), so there are plenty of places within a 5 minute walking distance to eat, or spend time between classes. Class sizes are around 20 or so students per class, so we have a unique opportunity to have a closer relationship with professors than other universities. Professors keep regular office hours, but some offer to be available at all times through e-mail or text. Having moved out of state, I was not able to continue with LCCC, and there are not many online classes offered, especially in order to earn a degree. If I had stayed in state, I would have attended LCCC and likely received my degree there.
Very good college, a lot of helpful teachers, and good facilities to use. I would recommend this school to many people. The tuition is not so costly and classes are easy to understand and learn. The teachers are well organized. The activities and groups are must and the food is great.
I give this college very high ratings. LCCC is a great school for the money, class sizes are perfectly intimate, the teachers are actually professors of their field. My favorite part is that I have professors that come from Ivy league colleges and teach here, so I feel like I am getting high quality of education for the money.
It is a wonderful, affordable and convenient school.
Lorain County Community College is a great school for all types of students. At LCCC it is not important what happened previously in your life, but how you have decided to change your life for the better. Whether you are just starting your educational path or you are continuing your education after a break in classes. LCCC is accommodating to all students, working or non working. There are a variety of on campus, off campus, night classes and internet classes to best fit your needs as a student. LCCC is also rich in student life creating fun on campus experiences for everyone.
It's a great school to get a fantastic education for a tiny fraction of the money a university would charge. There pretty much isn't a better opportunity for people of all ages and backgrounds, because its affordable, safe, and provides countless educational opportunities as well as unlimited resources, and caring professors that want to see you succeed.
LCCC is a great school to start your education. They have a wide variety of degrees and programs to choose from. Small class sizes and professors who are available to help students academically and personally make LCCC a great community college. The faculty go above and beyond to help students and provide many resources for student support. They help students achieve their goals and help them with problems outside of class that may be affecting them through their many services, including: counseling, a food pantry, career advising and assistance, job fairs, and many financial aid opportunities.
LCCC is a small, beautiful campus and has a large library, a Subway, and Starbucks. There are several student organizations and sports to participate in. For everything the college provides, it is an incredible value.
Lorain County Community College has offered me many opportunities to finance my educational career. I decided to attend LCCC to receive my Associate's Degree before transferring to Ashland University, where I am now a Partnership Student at LCCC's campus. By attending LCCC, I have been able to live at home, work full time, and be a student full time. The staff at LCCC cares about each student and wants them to succeed. I would highly recommend for anyone still in high school or is unsure of a university or is in financial need.
Lorain County Community College is more like a family house than a college. Offering a wide range of degree programs and classes, there is always fun available and staff encourages free thinking. An awesome gym, free food cupboard, and a lot of help is a benefit of LCCC, and makes the campus all the more appealing to everyone, including community members.
Honestly, I go to high school at LCCC and it is a great place to go and to learn. There is no on campus housing or off campus housing because it is a community college so most students live really close to campus or like me go to high school and still live with their family.
Lorain community college is an overall nice college. I really like the affordablity of the college but , I think the college facility gets overwhelmed in how many students there are and I have had multiple occasions where I’m told misleading or wrong information for finacial aid questions.
As a community college it is fantastic, especially if you plan on transferring to a four year degree in state. All of you credits will transfer to the majority of schools in the state and the staff is prepared to help you do so. The classes they offer are a wonderful place for people to start their college career if they can't afford a big school quite yet. The campus is nice as are the people. I have enjoyed being here immensely. You will always find people complaining about being in a community college, but I find that those are the people who aren't really applying themselves. I've done very well here and look forward to transferring to a four year program in fall 2019.
Lorain County Community College is a great school with many opportunities that are easy to find. I believe that this community college tries to achieve the best for all of the students attending. For example, they received the First in the Nation for Student Success award by the American Association of Community Colleges. Another example is that I attended one of their several early college programs that allowed me to obtain a head start on my college success.
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