Welcome to Lincoln Land Community College, the best place to start or restart your education!
We say that confidently. If you start your college degree at LLCC, you will save thousands of dollars in tuition and fees as compared to starting at a four-year college or university. Studies show that our graduates do as well, and often better, at four-year institutions than students who started there as freshmen.
If you are someone who has been out of school for awhile, get a fresh start on your education at LLCC. Here, you will learn alongside other adults with busy lives who appreciate our convenient classes and online options. For a quick start to a great career, earn a degree or certificate in one of our many in-demand fields.
Students can even get a jump start on college while still in high school. We offer tech prep and dual credit classes in many high schools that earn students high school and college credit simultaneously.
We also have many students preparing for college coursework through our GED and English as a Second Language programs. And for the sheer joy of learning, there is a wonderful array of non-credit Community Learning courses from which to choose.
We hope to see you on campus or online soon as an LLCC student. Explore our website, visit our Springfield campus or one of our education service area locations, and let us know how we can help you start smart at Lincoln Land!
Charlotte J. Warren, Ph.D.
President, Lincoln Land Community College
ABOUT DR. WARREN:
Charlotte Warren, Ph.D., is a Colonel, Retired and Honorary Brigadier General for the Georgia National Guard. She is the first female president of Lincoln Land Community College. She came to LLCC in May, 2006 from Franklin University in Columbus, Ohio, where she was president of the Community College Alliance and vice president of the university’s Virtual Campus.
Dr. Warren taught in research universities and community college settings for 30 years. From 2002-2005 she served as provost of the Lawrenceville campus of Georgia Perimeter College. Prior to that appointment, she was assistant academic vice president for continuing and corporate education at Georgia Perimeter College in Clarkston. From 1997-2000, she was chair of the Department of Nursing at Georgia Perimeter, Clarkston. She was a psychotherapist in private practice from 1992-98.
She holds a Ph.D. in counseling psychology from the College of Education, University of Virginia; a master’s degree in psychiatric/mental health nursing and a bachelor’s degree in nursing, both from Virginia Commonwealth University.