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Request a transcript

For step-by-step instructions on requesting a transcript, please click here or contact the Lorain County Community College Records office at (440) 366-4067.

Need help with a career change or job search?

Visit the LCCC Employment and Career Services office for assistance with career decisions, interviewing skills, resume writing, and online job postings.

Library Materials and ID Cards 

Contact the Mike and Barbara Bass Library & Community Resource Center staff at (440) 366-4026 for more information about ID Cards and LCCC’s collection of books, periodicals, and magazines available to the LCCC Alumni and Friends Association members. Click Here for library hours.


Fab Labs were initially developed by Neil Gershenfeld of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to bring digital fabrication to the masses and simplify the process of turning an idea into a product. The recently expanded LCCC FAB Lab features easy-to-use design software linked to cutting-edge production machinery, including laser-powered cutters and etchers, table-top milling equipment, high-precision robotic routers, and even high-end printers capable of creating 3D plastic parts. Think of it as a “technological sandbox” available to LCCC students, alumni, and the public. Click here for more information on LCCC’s FAB Lab.

Thinking about starting your own business?

Check out the NEO LaunchNet at LCCC!

The NEO LaunchNet, funded by the Burton D. Morgan Foundation and the Blackstone Charitable Foundation, helps current LCCC students or alumni with a business idea through every aspect of starting their own business. It connects them with important resources to move their idea forward. Services are free and open to all LCCC students and alumni. The NEO LaunchNet is the only one of these centers in the country located on a community college campus. We hope you will utilize this unique resource at your alma mater! Click here for more information about the LCCC’s NEO LaunchNet.

Complete a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree – without leaving Lorain County

Combined with your LCCC coursework, the University Partnership offers the best value for higher education. Select from more than 40 different bachelor’s and master’s degrees from 12 of Ohio’s leading universities and reach your educational goals right on the LCCC campus. Click here or contact the University Partnership office at (440) 366-4949.

Professional Development and Continuing Education 

LCCC provides a wide range of training and professional development certifications. Click here to learn more about LCCC@Work professional development offerings or visit our Continuing Education page for information about non-credit certification offerings required for healthcare professionals, Business and IT offerings, and Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for those in the fields of Social Science and Human Services.