Take a virtual tour of LLCC!
Starting fall 2020, Lincoln Land Community College students have more options on how they take their classes. Some students are on campus, where we are following all state safety guidelines, and others are learning from home. No matter what class formats you choose – on campus, online or a mixture of the two – we welcome and offer you all of the support services for which we are known.
We hope you enjoy our virtual tour and explore our website to learn about our many academic and career programs, support services and student life activities. If you have questions or would like more information, please email email@example.com, schedule a virtual visit or in-person tour with a member of our recruitment staff or submit an information request.
If you are ready to earn a college degree or learn skills that lead to a dream job, coming to LLCC may be the best decision you will ever make. The college is recognized as a top-quality institution, available at an affordable price. Our faculty and staff are national leaders in their areas, our accreditations tout the success and quality of our programming, and we continue to develop new, relevant programs. Students from all walks of life tell us that when they were ready to grow and be challenged, we were their first choice and first step in higher education.
You can feel confident that LLCC is the right choice for transfer courses, degrees and hands-on training. No matter your ambitions and goals, we are here and ready to move you forward!
Charlotte J. Warren, Ph.D.
President, Lincoln Land Community College
About Dr. Warren
Charlotte Warren, Ph.D., joined LLCC as its first female president in 2006. She is a Colonel, Retired and Honorary Brigadier General for the Georgia National Guard. 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.
Prior to LLCC, Dr. Warren was president of the Community College Alliance and vice president of the Virtual Campus at Franklin University in Columbus, Ohio. 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 and taught in research universities and community college settings for 30 years.