Student Workshops

Free Workshops for LCCC Students

The LCCC Student Success Coaches, AmeriCorps Completion Coaches and the Center for Inclusive Excellence will offer a series of student success workshops.  

FAFSA Hands-On Processing
March 2, 1-3 p.m., or
March 3, 3-5 p.m.

  • Complete your 2016-1017 FAFSA with step-by-step help from LCCC’s financial aid professionals. 


Preparation prior to attending the workshop:

  • Ensure that you have an Academic Plan completed.  You should have already completed a few planned semesters with your student success coach, academic advisor or academic counselor.  If you do not have one on file, you should schedule an appointment to meet with your student success coach before the workshop.
  • Create a FSA ID at web site.  If you are a dependent student, you will also need a FSA ID for one of your parents.

***All first year (2015-16) Diversity Incentive Award, Presidential and Trustee Scholars:   You are strongly encouraged to attend the workshops to satisfy the requirements of your Scholarship Acceptance Agreement.  You may also use the workshops to serve as credit for your semester meetings with your student success coach.

For more information, please contact Saundra Daniels or Jesse Day  Registration is required.             

Please register below.

Student Workshop Registration
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