López-Molina, of Elyria, OH, oversees LCCC’s Academic Foundation courses, international initiatives, Office of Special Needs Services, and Academic Support Center. She is the secretary/treasurer of the National Alliance of Community and Technical Colleges (NACTC).
“Learning and reflecting with other learners and faculty in the doctoral program has given me the opportunity to be exposed to different learning experiences and academic styles,” said López-Molina.
“All of the factors of Capella’s doctoral program equip me with the necessary academic foundations to further expand my sphere of innovation and contributions to shape higher education in the 21st century, while achieving one of the most important goals in my life.”
López-Molina earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees through Northeastern Illinois University her Diploma of Christian Studies at Ashland Theological Seminary. Now she is pursuing her doctorate in leadership for higher education at Capella’s School of Education.
Capella offers 23 doctoral specializations. Since its beginning in 1993, more than 1,000 teachers, principals and superintendents have chosen Capella for their masters and doctoral degrees. It is an online university that is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
Besides education, the university’s graduate programs include business, information technology, human services and psychology. Its bachelor programs include business and information technology. Capella serves 16,300 students from all 50 states and 63 countries.