Guaranteed Admission to Universities
Admission to eleven universities is guaranteed for qualifying LCCC graduates under a Guaranteed Admission agreement signed by LCCC and the participating universities.
LCCC graduates who complete associate of arts or associate of science degrees are guaranteed admission to
- The University of Akron
- Ashland University
- Bowling Green State University
- Cleveland State University
- University of Cincinnati
- Hiram College
- John Carroll University
- Kent State University
- Lake Erie College
- The Ohio State University
- The University of Toledo
- Youngstown State University
Additionally, LCCC graduates who complete associate of applied studies degrees are guaranteed admission to Bowling Green State University. For specific information on Guaranteed Admission inter-institutional agreements, consult with the Enrollment, Financial and Career Services division.
Transfer to the University Partnership
The University Partnership at Lorain County Community College was created to bring bachelor’s and master’s degrees to Lorain County. The combination of LCCC coursework and University Partnership coursework are the best value in higher education. Many of these degrees can be completed with three years of coursework from LCCC (at LCCC rates) and only one year at university rates. All university partners have their own procedures for transferring. Contact the University Partnership office to connect with the appropriate partner advisor or visit www.lorainccc.edu/up.
LCCC Students and Students from other Colleges and Universities Transferring to the University Partnership
All university partners have their own procedures for transferring. It is advisable to schedule a meeting with a UP advisor. Contact the University Partnership office to be directed to the appropriate advisor or visit www.lorainccc.edu/up for further information.
Credit earned at LCCC is transferable to the four-year institution of the student’s choice so long as the student has met the requirements of the receiving institution. The State of Ohio guarantees that equivalent courses transfer and will apply toward degree objectives in the same manner they would if the course had been taken at the receiving institution.
Review the State of Ohio transfer module (in this publication) with an academic advisor or counselor in order to maximize the benefit of this block transfer of credit mechanism.
Individualized Transfer Plans
If academic goals are not reflected in the College’s University Partnership programs or transfer agreements, meet with a counselor to develop an Individualized Transfer Plan (ITP). An ITP is tailored to individual needs, curriculum and academic background and to the college or university the student is planning on transferring to after attendance at LCCC.