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Campus Grants

Welcome to the Lorain County Community College Foundation's Campus Grants page – your gateway to unlocking innovation, excellence, and student success opportunities. At LCCC, we believe in the power of education to transform lives, and our Campus Grants program is designed to support initiatives that enrich the college experience and empower our community.

About Campus Grants

The Lorain County Community College Foundation is committed to fostering a dynamic and engaging learning environment. Our Campus Grants program aims to provide financial support to faculty, staff, and students with innovative ideas and projects that align with the college's mission and values:

  1. Student Focused - Expand participation
  2. Success Focused - Increase completion and academic success
  3. Future Focused - Foster future success
  4. Work Focused - Improve economic competitiveness
  5. Community-Focused - Enhance the quality of life

Since the program’s inception in 1997, over 230 awards have been made from $500 to $10,000.  To date, nearly $1,100,000 in funding has been awarded to develop new and grow existing programs that meet the needs of our campus community through the Campus Grants Program!

How to Apply

Interested faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to review the grant guidelines and application process detailed on this page. The application period for Campus Grants opens annually, and we welcome innovative proposals that align with our mission and contribute to the continued success of Lorain County Community College.

Contact Us

If you have any questions or need further assistance regarding the Campus Grants program and are a current Faculty/Staff member or a current Student, please don't hesitate to contact our Foundation office. We are here to support your ideas and contribute to the growth and success of our LCCC community.

Thank you for being so committed to excellence and innovation at Lorain County Community College. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of our students and the broader community.