Transfer to LCCC

Students transferring to LCCC from another college or university.

   Important Documents
  Transcript Evaluation Request form 
   
Any qualified student who has attended another college or university is welcome to attend LCCC as a student.  An official evaluation of transfer credit will not be completed until the student has been admitted to LCCC, has submitted official transcripts from all attended post-secondary institutions and has completed an LCCC Transcript Evaluation Request form. 

An official transcript is one that has been received directly from the issuing institution. Records that have been opened or been in the hands of the student (i.e. student copies of transcripts, grade reports, diplomas) are not considered official documents. A student wishing to enroll prior to the receipt of official post-secondary transcript(s) is subject to the same requirements as any entering student as described in the LCCC Catalog.

Only credits and hours are transferable; transfer grade point averages and/or grades do not replace LCCC grades on the official LCCC transcript.  Transfer credit is granted for college-level and some technical courses earned at regionally accredited institutions of higher education for which students receive a grade of "C" or higher.  Credit received on a satisfactory/unsatisfactory or credit/no credit basis will be evaluated using the same process as graded courses.  LCCC translates satisfactory or credit as the equivalent of the student having passed the class.

A transfer student who is under academic probation at another college or university may be admitted as a Probationary Student.  A student's record is subject to review by the Committee on Admissions and Scholastic Standing.

Steps to admission include:

  1. Complete all LCCC admission procedures prior to requesting evaluation of college level and/or military transcripts.
  2. Complete and return the Transcript Evaluation Request form to the Transfer Center.  Each Transcript Evaluation Request is valid for three months from the date of receipt. If transcripts are not received within the three month time limit, your future ability to register for LCCC classes may be limited or denied.
  3. You are required to request an official transcript from the appropriate official of each separate institution of higher education attended.  Complete a Request for Official Transcript form (included in the Transcript Evaluation Request form) for each institution you attended.   This includes;
        In-state college transcripts
        Out-of-state college transcripts
        International transcripts
        Military transcripts (DD-214, AARTS, NOBE, ACE)
        AP/CLEP transcripts 
  4. The transferability of credit is awarded by the LCCC Transfer Center office.
  5. When your official evaluation has been completed, you will be notified via your LCCC email address. All transfer credits awarded will be listed in MyCampus under Course History.

If you believe that your credit was not properly applied, click here to review the LCCC Appeal Procedure.

Transfer Center Information
LC 157G, (440) 366-4074

Team Members

Ms. Nora Burkholder
Transfer and Articulation Specialist
Extension 7611

Ms. Sun Jamerson
Associate Registrar
Extension 7638 

Ms. Emma Hale
Staff Assistant
Extension 7698

Ms. Michelle Hendrix
Staff Assistant
Extension 7384 

Ms. Toni Duncan
Staff Assistant
Extension 7626

 

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