Registering for Classes - New Dual Enrollment Students

Registration Steps for College Credit Plus Students

(Formerly PSEO)

These registration instructions are for new students participating in College Credit Plus. Please follow these steps to ensure you are on the right path.

Step One
Complete the College Credit Plus application process

  • Complete the College Credit Plus application, which is available by clicking here.
  • Submit official high school transcripts (or equivalent for home-educated students).
  • Submit official ACT/SAT scores OR complete the Compass Assessment. 

Step Two
Create your MyCampus and Canvas accounts

Step Three
Complete the New Student Orientation and College Student Inventory (CSI)

Step Four
Meet with your school counselor to discuss course selections and to complete the CCP Course Authorization Form

Step Five
Meet with an LCCC Advisor/Counselor to Register for Classes

  • Advising sessions are conducted at LCCC and some area high schools.
  • Visit here to make an appointment with your LCCC advisor:
  • You must bring a completed Course Authorization Form with you to register.
  • After registration, order your books online from the LCCC bookstore using these instructions.            


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