Community Outreach

Performing Arts Opportunities

Through the Arts and Humanities division, students and community members may participate in LCCC’s theater, orchestra, concert band or choral performance groups. It is a wonderful way to bring students and community members together and it brings about extraordinary efforts in the arts. Vocal music opportunities are plentiful. The Civic Chorale is made up of students, community members, experienced vocalists and those who sing just for the enjoyment of it. The Civic Chorale performs representative choral works of all periods. There are no fees or auditions required to participate. The Civic Orchestra presents representative orchestral works of all periods. The Civic Band performs a wide range of music of various periods for string, brass and woodwind combinations. Participation in theatre requires auditions for acting roles, but positions in all sorts of technical personnel capacities are also available.

Stocker Humanities and Fine Arts Center

www.stockerartscenter.com

The Stocker Arts Center features a 994-seat theater, 219-seat lecture hall, 219-seat cinema hall, 125 (+ or -) flexible seating studio theater, a dance studio, rehearsal hall and art gallery. The center presents performances by professional dance, theater and music attractions, as well as a fine arts film series and art gallery exhibitions. The Stocker Arts Center is also the home of the Arts and Humanities division, which includes the Civic Orchestra, Civic Chorale, Concert Band, Jazz Band and theater. These organizations perform numerous events at the center annually.

Recreation Opportunities

All of the Ewing Activities Center recreation facilities are available to the public through enrollment in NPER 189. Youth under the age of 18 must have a guardian complete a waiver form. Youth under the age of 13 must be accompanied and actively supervised by a parent or a guardian. Youth 9 years old and younger are not permitted in any HPER facilities or hallway unless enrolled in a class for youth activities.

The Ewing Activities Center provides facility rental to corporate and the general public groups. The ropes course experience, which includes team-building activities, low and high ropes course elements, is also available to public and corporate groups.

Public Services Institute

www.lorainccc.edu/psi

The Public Services Institute and its Joint Center for Policy Research are dedicated to mobilizing the resources of higher education to assist the not-for-profit and government sectors by providing:

  • Professional education and training to enhance operational efficiency and effectiveness
  • Neutral convening and facilitation services to build organizational capacity and enhance intergovernmental and community collaboration
  • Leadership forums and civic engagement to help the community learn
  • Customized information, research and evaluation services
  • Support for LCCC initiatives in leadership and innovation
  • Identification and utilization of cutting-edge technologies in communication, information processing and knowledge dissemination
  • Strategic planning and visioning services.