Lorain County Community College is a public, nonprofit, open admission, learning-centered community college. It is our priority to provide affordable, accredited, high-quality learning opportunities in the fields that are in-demand in Northeast Ohio.
More than 100 associate degree and certificate programs are offered at LCCC to include IT, business, engineering, science, the arts, social and behavioral sciences and health and wellness, as well as the 40 bachelors and masters degrees offered on our campus through LCCC's University Partnership. In addition, LCCC is home to the Stocker Arts Center where art meets drama and drama meets life. Named after the late C. Paul Stocker a successful industrialist who believed in philanthropy and service to educational, civic and community organizations the Stocker Arts Center provides a venue that connects our diverse cultural community to LCCC by entertaining, educating, exciting and inspiring through performances, the arts, and educational events. Stocker Arts Center features the 994-seat maximum (variable from 934 seats) Hoke Theatre, a 219-seat Lecture Hall, a 219-seat Cinema Hall, a flexible black box called the Cirigliano Studio Theatre, a Dance Studio, a Rehearsal Hall, and the Beth K. Stocker Art Gallery. The gallery exhibitions feature a mixture of professional artists, community, faculty and student work. The C. Paul Stocker Humanities and Fine Arts Center is also home to the Lorain County Community College (LCCC) Division of Arts & Humanities, and is the performing home for the LCCC Civic Chorale, Orchestra, Concert Band, Jazz Band, and Theatre program.