Lorain County Community College
If you have completed an associate degree from Lorain County Community College – or if you will soon – you are well on your way to a bachelor’s degree. And you can earn it in Athens, Ohio, or without leaving home!
Transfer Your Coursework
Notice: Effective fall 2021, Ohio University is transitioning to a new general education curriculum, OHIO BRICKS. Program advising guides are being updated to reflect changes to OHIO BRICKS. Please visit the Ohio University Undergraduate Catalog 2021-2022 for the most up-to-date general education information.
Ohio University recognizes transfer credit from courses taken at Lorain County Community College. Following this guide as you plan your transfer to OHIO will allow you to complete courses within the BRICKS general education requirements toward a bachelor's degree at OHIO while attending Lorain County Community College. This is not an exhaustive list of transfer courses. In fact, every college-level course at Lorain County Community College is transferable to Ohio University.
Meet Your Advisor
Regional Recruitment Manager
Receive Personal Advising
Planning your transfer to Ohio University is easy through the Strategic Transfer Education Plan (STEP) at Lorain. By participating in STEP, you will receive personal advising to help in a seamless transition to OHIO.
Programs of Study
OHIO offers 10 degree completion programs that can be completed online and more than 250 campus-based programs of study.
Ohio University provides transfer and advising guides for articulated programs to students and graduates of Lorain County Community College.
You can also learn more about transfer pathways on the Lorain County Community College University Partnership website.