Contact Enrollment and Advising

Bass Library/Community Resource Center: LC 158

Enrollment Services

440-366-4032 or
365-5222 ext. 4032
Fax: 440-366-4640


Phone:440-366-4032 or 440-366-4033 or 800- 995-5222 ext. 4032 or 4033
Fax: 440- 366- 4676

Office Hours

Monday - Thursday:   8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Friday:   8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Live Chat Hours

Monday – Thursday: 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Enrollment Services is open with limited in-person hours at our front desk. 

On-Campus Services
10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Mondays and Thursdays
9-noon, Tuesdays (for at-risk individuals)

Virtual delivery of academic and student support services continues. Learn more about Responsible Restart LCCC


Register Now for Summer and Fall

Learn more about summer and fall enrollment. 


Delivery of Fall Courses

Choose from four types of classes in formats designed to keep you safe and meet your needs. Formats include online, online live, blended and in-person. 


How to Enroll

Choose your enrollment checklist from the list below. 

If you need accommodations due to a disability, please contact Accessibility Services,  for assistance in starting the process. 

New Student

New Student

Select this option if you have never applied to LCCC or completed a credit course. These steps are best for those who have recently graduated from high school.

I'm ready to get started.
Returning Student

Returning Student

This option is best for you if you previously attended LCCC and have been away for a short time.

I'm an LCCC student registering for classes.
Visiting (Transient) Student

Visiting (Transient) Student

Summer is a great time for college students to pick up a few extra credits, or maybe you’re taking a break from your college and don’t want to fall too far behind. If you are a student at another college or university and are interested in taking a few courses at LCCC that transfer back to your college, check out these enrollment steps.

I'm taking classes as a visiting student.
Adult Learner

Adult Learner

If you’ve been out of high school or college for a few years or more and are ready to go back to school, we’re here to help. At LCCC, you can train for a new career or earn a degree or certificate that will advance your earning potential. You may even qualify for college credit for your work and life experience.  

I'm getting started or returning to school.
Transfer – Start at LCCC and Transfer Later

Transfer – Start at LCCC and Transfer Later

LCCC is a great place for you to begin college and explore your career options affordably.  Many of our students begin their education at LCCC and later transfer to another college or university to earn their bachelor’s or master’s degree. 

I'm Starting at LCCC and Transferring to Another College
Transfer Credits To LCCC

Transfer Credits To LCCC

LCCC welcomes students transferring from other colleges or universities. We will evaluate the credit you have already earned and apply transferrable credits towards a degree at LCCC.

I'm transferring to LCCC from another college.
College Credit Plus

College Credit Plus

If you’re a high school student interested in earning college credit before you graduate, this is the right option for you. As a College Credit Plus student, you will work closely with you high school guidance counselor and LCCC advisors to find and register for college classes that also count toward your high school credits.

I'm getting started with College Credit Plus.
Home Schooled Students

Home Schooled Students

As a student educated at home, either by parents, other individuals or organizations outside of the traditional educational system, we are committed to making your transition to college a smooth one. 

I'm ready to transition from home school to college.
Senior Adult Learner

Senior Adult Learner

LCCC offers free classes to adults 60 and older for personal enrichment. Classes can be selected after the beginning of the semester if space is available.

I'm taking free classes as a senior adult learner.
Personal or professional development

Personal or professional development

If you’re not seeking a degree or certificate but want to take classes for personal enrichment or professional development, this is the right option for you. 

I'm taking a class for personal or professional development.